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Tuned Circuits, the 2021 edition of Oscillation Festival, borrows its title from Daphne Oram, the early electronic composer and instrument inventor. In Oram’s work and writing we glimpse an avenue to escape the borders of material, in order to be able to « perceive phenomena simultaneously from various sides », and to find parallels between electronic circuits and biological ones. More broadly; the festival looks at the practice and phenomena of tuning. Tuning is a fundament of music making. To think in terms of tuning is to think in terms of relations; of one thing coming into consonance or dissonance with another, of one thing colouring and affecting another. It is also to think in terms of time, since tuning requires a process of constant calibration: what is now in tune will not stay that way.

Oscillation—Tuned Circuits takes place over 4 days in MILL, Brussels and will mix talks, concerts and participatory works as well as a continuous radio stream for listeners at home.

With the support of Needcompany,, Vlaamse Gemeenschap, Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie.

Sebastian Dingens - WALKS
Pavel Tchikov 29/11/23
Nika Son - Scatter

Q-O2 reçoit le soutien de la Communauté Flamande, VGC et l'Union Européenne
Quai des charbonnages 30-34
B-1080 Bruxelles