Drawing Music

Drawing Music
Drawing Music


Q-02, the Brussels workshop for experimental music and sound art, is presenting a three-part programme in which drawing and music interact with one another.

Franziska Windisch [DE/BE] 
Charcoal Circles
Franziska Windisch draws on the floor with a piece of charcoal. The sound it makes is amplified. This is a study of the relationship between decomposition, sound and movement.
• Franziska Windisch (1983) lives in Cologne and Brussels. In her audiovisual installations and performances she records movement in time and space.

Hallveig Agustsdottir & Frederik Croene [IS/BE]
Performance Sketches
Hallveig Agustsdottir draws and Frederik Croene plays the piano. The drawings are a sort of graphic score for the music and vice versa: the music directs the drawing.
• Hallveig Agustsdottir lets her visual work interact with music and sound. Frederik Croene is a classically-trained pianist who often collaborates with artists from other disciplines.

Jeroen Uyttendaele & Dewi de Vree [BE/NL]

In Ground, graphite drawings are used to play electronic instruments. The main actions in this audiovisual composition are drawing, erasing and touching.
• Dewi de Vree’s work comprises sound performances and installations based on physical experiments. Jeroen Uyttendaele is a sound and media artist.