Slovensko






























Jantar Elektroakustika music cycle - Timo Tuhkanen


Timo Tuhkanen
Jantar Elektroakustika music cycle

12. 12. 2013, MMC KIBLA

Timo Tuhkanen (b. 1983), MMus, is a Finnish composer, poet, editor, and plastic artist. He studied composition, improvisation and conducting at Brunel University under Richard Barrett, Christopher Fox and Peter Wiegold. Most recently he participated in Peter Ablingers Ulysses Network project “Composition Beyond Music” at The Time of Music Festival, and his collaborative compositino PALI-ULI was premierd at the prestigious Mu- sic Nova music festival. He has participated in classes ranging from
performance artist Stelarc to composers Tom Johston, Chaya Czernowin and choreographer Rosemary Butcher, and has, among others, collaborated with the London Sinfonietta, Mira Calix, Peter Wiegold, Hannu Karjalainen, Katie Keeble, Jukka-Pekka Kervinen, Marko Timlin, Colin Holter, David Muoz, PINK TWINS, Egle Oddo, and Andrew Bentley.

As well as music Timo also works as a poet, novelist, editor and translator, and has been a visiting lecturer at Aalto University (on sound and image), Art School Maa (Phenomenology of Contemporary Art and Experi- mental Moving Image). At the moment his work focuses on combining image with sound and developing new compositional techniques in order to solve inherent problems in this duality.

foto: Jan Ahlstedt

Photos by Matej Kristovič


























Sections


KIBLA PORTAL

Kibela, space for art

artKIT

Informal education

Accompanying art program

Coproductions

KiBar: cybernetic bar

Za:misel bookstore

TOX

folio

Festivals


KIBLIX

MED

Festival of Love 2008-2012

Days of Curiosity

(DA)(NE)S

Projects, Coproduction and International Cooperation


Current Projects

Past Projects

Subscribe to newsletters





Find us on:







E-Excellence Award 2008
















































MULTIMEDIJSKI CENTER KIBLA / Ulica kneza Koclja 9, 2000 Maribor, Slovenija, Evropa
telefon: 059 076 371 ali 059 076 372 / e-pošta: kibla@kibla.org