Vincent Van Dijck

Sound Installed: A Proto KRAAKfest Hang

Wuustwezel’s very own Vincent Van Dijck makes cyberspaces, images, systems and music. Through code, composition and the occasional collaboration, Vincent Van Dijck looks for deeply human encounters in fictive digital worlds. He inhabits a parallel universe that is fluid, where shapes morph, sound and image fold inwards one another, and digital matter - via humor and a hyperpersonal attitude - becomes plastic, sensual and razorsharp. His musical alter-ego Karl Wille embodies these elastic principles, turning modern pop/trap canons inside out and displaying their guts in an ecstatic near-hysterical parade that feels damningly celebratory. More post-capitalist hymns, this time pitched all the way to 11.

Sound Installed: A Proto KRAAKfest Hang

Clarice Calvo-Pinsolle - Vincent Van Dijck - Clara Lissens - Léa Roger

As an exercise in mental & physical prep for this October’s KRAAK Fest, KRAAK and Het Bos jumpstart their collab with an exhibition (!) centered around sounds emanating from materials other than human vectors. Through Sound Installed, a small posse of artist-musicians will take over Het Bos and build worlds of sights and sonics to get lost in. Spouting clay fountains, reactive/reflexive magic, bizarre video’d dreams and drapes upon drapes of meaning: each room a realm of its own, each realm a peek into the possibilities that may arise this fall but with far less beer spillage.

28 t/m 30 Mei

vr: 18u-22u / za: 12u-22u / zo: 12u-20u

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