German artists to hold concert of sound installations in Hanoi
Three artists from Germany, Antye Greie-Ripatti, Gil Delindro, and Julius Holtz, will hold a concert of sound installations and live-acts called “Berlin Signals” at the Goethe Institut Hanoi on April 22.
“Berlin Signals” will feature solo performances by three German artists - PHOTO: COURTESY OF THE ORGANIZER
The concert is part of the “Blind Signal VTNM – GRMN” artist exchange project, which offers a bridge linking Berlin-based and Vietnamese sound artists and enables the audience to take part in a new audiovisual and sound journey.
The project is open to an artistic diversity of the musicians, with time, space, acoustics and geography being the key elements.
The three German artists will bring their own practices and solo performances to the concert.
Antye Greie-Ripatti’s music creates an infinite space of experimental techno, abstract video art, and feminism.
Meanwhile, Gil Delindro’s performances directly translate natural materials such as water and stones into sonic landscapes by using a visceral approach.
Julius Holtz develops new artistic experiments through placing various formats and media in different contexts.
The free concert begins at 8 p.m.