Esther Venrooy (nl)

The Hague - September 20, 2012

Esther is a composer working in the field of audio art. Her works range from purely electronic composed music to […]

Esther is a composer working in the field of audio art.
Her works range from purely electronic composed music to improvised combinations of electronica with traditional instrumentation such as piano, guqin, pipa and satsuma-biwa. She has created site-specific works as well as multimedia performances and installations. Apart from her artistic activities, Venrooy is a lecturer on 20th century music and experimental arts at the Ghent school of fine arts, where she also runs the audio workshop. Venrooy also presides the board of (k-raa-k)3 organization. Since 2009 Esther started her PhD research on “Audio topography – (re)constructing auditive spaces”. In this research she will explore the auditory experience of space and the interaction between the auditory senses and the built environment.
The talk was recorded on TodaysArt Symposium: Bright Collisions – Ubiqutous art and sound

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