EPAS 2019 has started! 11 students have registered (see Student Showcase for more info).
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The work of EPAS students Massimo Colombo, Rotem Gerstel, Pauline Miko, Flavia Passigli, Nina Queissner, Guillaume Rouseré, Melissa Ryke, Kenta Tanaka, Luis Neto, Evelien Verhegge and Job Worms can be seen at the following exhibition:
14 – 15 November 2019: La Galerie Commune, 36bis Rue des Ursulines, 59200 Tourcoing.
Bringing together a group of artists who work primarily with sound and are all current students in the Post Graduate in Art in Sound at KASK, Ghent, this exhibition functions as a short meeting point for sharing new and experimental work that seeks to share different points of entry into sound and listening based practices.
11 December 2019: Klankverbond Vakdag 2019, Wagehuys Leuven.
A day not to be missed by all Flemish audio makers
The work of EPAS student Guillaume Rouseré can be seen at the following exhibitions:
15 October – 2 November 2019: Mano P Coco, Fire Station, Doha
Mano P Coco presents a personal exploration of an intimate moment between the artist and his daughter. The starting point of the project was an audio recording made a year ago at the Fire Station.
The work of former EPAS student Alina Ozerova can be seen at the following exhibitions:
October 20 – November 24 2018: Group show ‘How one thing leads to another’, Josilda da Conceição Gallery, Amsterdam
Sound and video installation ‘Does the bird who flies with bats sleep upside down?’
December 27 – 30 2018: This Art Fair 2018, Beurs van Berlage, Amsterdam
Sound installation ‘Take me, bring me’
The work of former EPAS student Rebecca Glover (UK) can be seen at the following exhibitions:
Standing in its own time – 2018 world premiere, co-commissioned by Contrechamps & Kammer Klang
1st November 2018 – with Contrechamps
8pm @The iceBergues, Geneva
6th November 2018 – with Abstrukt and Contrechamps
7.30pm @Cafe Oto, London