Listening session with HAUT, echoing and revisiting the sounds of Vampires in Space, in the Main Building – Grand Auditorium’s Foyer.
The cafeteria of the Gulbenkian Museum will stay open until 9pm, throughout the events of the public programme ‘Crepúsculos’.
HAUT lives and works between Berlin and London. From his former experience as a psychiatrist, HAUT explores sound as a means of connection, viewing bodies as sites of process, open systems that connect to other humans, non-humans and technology. His work ranges from live performances and immersive sound installations to musical scores for dance pieces and film. Recent exhibitions and live performances include music for Vampires in Space - Venice Biennale (2022), Liverpool Biennale (2021), HAU - Hebbel am Ufer Berlin, Germany (2020); Castello di Rivoli Turin, Italy (2019); Gasworks London, UK (2019); Pérez Art Museum of Miami, USA (2018); Dock 11 Berlin, Germany (2018); Kunsthalle Zurich, Switzerland (2018). HAUT is a PhD candidate in Computational Arts at Goldsmiths College/University of London, investigating the application of biotechnologies to develop new forms of musical performance. (Photo: Rita Lino)
Public programme for “Vampires in Space”, Pedro Neves Marques’ project for the Portugal Pavilion at the 59th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia. Learn more about CAM’s free activities for June 5th.More info
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