Tickets from EUR 71.40
Build your own electromagnetic listening device/recording instrument, the “Elektrosluch Mini,” in a special workshop led by Slovak experimental artist and musical instrument creator Jonáš Gruska. Designed specially for the event, the mini edition of the Elektrosluch is an open-source device for recording electromagnetic signals. With it, you can discover the sonic worlds of electromagnetic fields, an invisible but ever-present part of our environment. After the workshop, plug in headphones and explore your surroundings.
Here is how it works and sounds: https://zvukolom.org/product/elektrosluch-3-pre-or...
Number of participants: max 10
Workshop fee: 60€ (excl. VAT + processing fees)
Workshop includes all tools and supplies you’ll need, a hands-on introduction to building and soldering (no experience required), plus your very own Elektrosluch Mini to take home.
You'll also get free VIP entry to our concert 2 December at Platoon, featuring Jonáš Gruska, Nina Pixel, and Triple Sun.
Registration via Billetto is mandatory. If you own a good soldering iron, bring it along - let us know via email: email@example.com.
About Jonáš Gruska:
Born in Czechoslovakia. Studied at Institute of Sonology in The Hague (Netherlands) and at Music Academy in Cracow (Poland). Works mostly with computers and electronics as a musician and sound artist under his civil name, or as Mrkva or Binmatu. He is also a developer of musical instruments, artistic software and hardware. Gave workshops on city sonification, field recording, printed circuit board design, and programming for artists. Jonas has also been active part of various Gamelan orchestras in Netherlands, currently rehearsing with orchestra based in Bratislava.
Performed and exhibited his work in Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia, Sweden; on festivals such as Kraak (Belgium), Norberg (Sweden), Sonic Experiments @ ZKM (Germany), Audio Art (Poland), Mélos-Ethos (Slovakia), Parallel Vienna (Austria) or Next (Slovakia). In 2009 he started label LOM focused on East/Central European experimental art and music. Since 2013 he is organizing ZVUK, outdoor festival dedicated to experimental music.
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