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workspace for experimental music and sound art
16/04/2009 - 26/04/2009
Martijn Tellinga

Martijn Tellinga (1974, Netherlands) is a composer of media, acoustical installations and electro-acoustic music. His work renders an ongoing meditation on the rudimentary state of sonic art and the constructability of its dimensional manifestation. Tellinga received a Master's degree in Sonology for his artistic research in original implementations of Formalization, studying with with Paul Berg and Kees Tazelaar. In 2008 he received a 2-year scholarship from the Netherlands Foudation for Visual Arts, Design and Architecture. He performed and exhibited his work in over 20 countries worldwide over the past years. In 2007 he did extensive concert and lecture series in Australia and Canada. He worked in residence at a number of art institutes in Europe. Collaborations with visual artists, video artists and filmmakers, prepared ground for creating multi-media environments and soundtracks for animated and short films. He has developed an integrated audio-visual performance with Austrian graphic-designer Dextro, worked with a.o. Finnish filmmaker and journalist Sami Kallinen and visual artists Jan Robert Leegte and Sagi Groner. 

Furthermore he worked as guest composer at the Swedish EMS studios, in electro instrumental collaboration with renowned percussionist Jonny Axelsson. He completed a short constructivist play for sound, light and objects in collaboration with visual artist James Beckett and trombonist James Fulkerson. 

He is co-curator for the weekly concertseries DNK amsterdam and radio maker for the Dutch radiostation De Concertzender, being one of the 4 programmers for 230 Volt, a weekly program focusing on historic and contemporary sound-art and electro-acoustic music. Finally, in 1999 he started the platform for experimental electro-acoustic music Stichting Mixer, having organised numerous events and released over 25 titles today.
Sebastian Dingens - WALKS
Pavel Tchikov 29/11/23
Nika Son - Scatter

Q-O2 is supported by the Flemish Community, VGC and the European Union
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