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Art Alert: Mapping Possibilities audiovisual experience at Zawya

Mapping Possibilities is collective project seeking to support experimental audio and visual artists

Ahram Online , Monday 17 Sep 2018
Mapping possibilities
Mapping Possibilities brings audio and visual artists together in an experimental performance (Photo: part of promotional material)
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Another round of the project Mapping Possibilities will take place at Zawya on 25 September, this time presenting two pairs of audio-visual performances.

Mapping Possibilities is an ongoing experimental project pairing up audio artists with visual artists to collaborate and explore new ways of digital production.

The evening will present audio by Ismael, combined with visuals by Niculin Barandun in the first half, followed by the audio of AN MOKU, with visuals by Mostafa El-Baroody.

The early editions of the project were centredon the long-term process of production, and involved the artists revisiting previous joint projects, live audio/visual jamming, and discussions on contemporary practices.

In the following editions, the artists were encouraged to present new audio/visual pieces that emerged from collaborative, multidisciplinary workshops between them. These involved the fields of visual/media art, programming, music production and sound art.

Each edition featured different artists in order to spotlight emerging talents.

25 September at 7.30pm
Zawya cinema, 15 Emad El-Din St., Downtown, Cairo

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