DEEP TOUCH

An audio-visual sensorial environment that uses 3D printed objects in the shape of hands which hang in the installation space and are interactive by touch.

DEBRIS - THE DETRITUS OF DIGITAL MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES

This sound installation examines the impact of consumer electronics and digital media as electronic waste (e-waste) in environmental pollution.

PEDRA FERRO - DEVIATIONS

Deviations explores generative computational errors and glitches from scratched, corrupted and moldy CDs.

PEDRA FERRO - DATOX

Audiovisual performance and music album that explores the imperceptible electromagnetic radiation generated by electronics and digital technologies as sonic material.

OPEN.CIRCUIT - HOLONAUT

open.circuit is an audiovisual performance created by Assunta Alegiani and Pedro Ferreira that combines improvised sounds, DIY instruments, electronic music, collage and text. In their work they use personal subject matter to build up soundscapes that are in dialogue with the moving images.

DERME - YOU CAN'T BUY A TICKET FOR THIS SESSION

In a world of cross-fade songs with no space for silence, we try to slow things down. A state of meditation and inner peace. Being conscious of space and time, no rush for chord changes, no rush for new sounds. Noise is music, repetition is new information.

Pedro Ferreira - BIOS v. 07.06.2024

Pedro Ferreira

Pedro Ferreira, born in 1988, is an artist and researcher based in Berlin. He holds a doctorate degree in fine arts with the specialisation of multimedia art from the University of Lisbon. He researches post-digital aesthetics that address the effects of digital technologies on daily life, society and the environment. In his artistic practice he experiments with media materiality. His works range from experimental music and sound art to generative art, audiovisual performance, experimental film, video art, game art and net art.

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