BZZZ! INTERNATIONAL SOUND ART FESTIVAL 2017
Harp Art Lab, Harplinge Väderkvarn, Sweden
July 7-8, 2017
HARP ART LAB proudly present the forth edition of BZZZ! International Sound Art Festival. BZZZ! 2017 will be a remix of artistic strategies, graphic scores and improvisation. During one week the artists works on site at Harp Art Lab, Harplinge, creating new works, installations and performances.
Program coming soon
Johannes Bergmark at BZZZ! 2016
Mikael Ericsson - Director of Artistic Operations
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Harp Art Lab, Harplinge
Kvarnliden 8, S-305 60 Harplinge, Sweden
International flights to Copenhagen, Malmö and Gothenburg and domestic flights from Stockholm to Halmstad City Airport.
From Copenhagen, Malmö, Gothenburg and Stockholm to Halmstad.
From highway E6 exit at "Kvibille", then follow signs "Harplinge". From Halmstad follow directions "Kustväg", Steninge. It's the panoramic road, "Västkustsvägen". Exit after approx. 16 km, follow signs Harplinge, Harplinge Väderkvarn.
From Halmstad take bus at "Regionbussterminal", in front of train central station. Bus 330, get of att bus stop "Harplinge", 40 SEK one-way ride.
Follow the panoramic bycycle road "Ginstleden", approx. 15 km north of Halmstad follow signs Harplinge.
HARP ART LAB
Harp Art Lab is a laboratory for sound and environmental art based in Harplinge windmill, a few kilometers north of Halmstad on the Swedish west coast. The Lab is a unique platform for developing, innovative, interdisciplinary ideas and we work with artists and communities of interest to create performances and installations. Our main methodology is a socially engaged and discursive sound art practice. The motivations behind our work are predominantly environmental, political, and social in as much as we are attempting to re-mediate contested territories in a scientific and creative way to the public. Harp Art Lab is a non profit organisation founded by Mikael Ericsson and Julie Ericsson in 2010.
BZZZ! is supported by Region Halland and Halmstad Kommun.
Technical support: Musikalen in Halmstad and Tylösands Sound.