Tag: Slovakia

UNEARTHING THE MUSIC: Sound and Creative Experimentation in Non-democratic Europe

Miloš Vojtěchovský: The Provincial Cradle of Modernity – Intermedia art in Czechoslovakia (Sound Exchange)

Sound Exchange was a project by DOCK e.V. and the Goethe-Institut which sought to shed light on experimental music making in Central and Eastern Europe from 1950 to 2010. Alongside the organization of events connected to music festivals in seven different countries, between 2011 and 2012, the project produced a rich anthology of texts and …

Martin Flašar: The East of the West (Sound Exchange)

Sound Exchange was a project by DOCK e.V. and the Goethe-Institut which sought to shed light on experimental music making in Central and Eastern Europe from 1950 to 2010. Alongside the organization of events connected to music festivals in seven different countries, between 2011 and 2012, the project produced a rich anthology of texts and …

“Organized Sound and Experiments in Slovak Music” by Slávo Krekovič (Sound Exchange)

Sound Exchange was a project by DOCK e.V. and the Goethe-Institut which sought to shed light on experimental music making in Central and Eastern Europe from 1950 to 2010. Alongside the organization of events connected to music festivals in seven different countries, between 2011 and 2012, the project produced a rich anthology of texts and …

Experimental Studio Bratislava: An interview with Juraj Ďuriš

Experimental Studio Bratislava: An interview with Juraj Ďuriš By: Zuzana Husárová Published on: October 2013 Abridged version translated by Lucia Udvardyova   From the perspective of the development of electroacoustic music in Slovakia, 1965 can be considered as a breakthrough year. It was then that a centre officially designated as the electroacoustic studio under the …

“Devátá vlna” by Interpretace (CS Industrial 1982-2010)

“CS Industrial 1982-2010” is an online label, ran by Přemysl Ondra, Čenda Šopek, Michael Borůvka, which has been documenting the Czech and Slovak industrial scene. Focusing on the years 1982- 2010 and related cultural structures, it offers deep insight into the first chapters of Czech and Slovak specific electronic music genres. All of their releases …