I married a dead ice cream

27th july 2014

Artistic intervention at the Parchís square

I married a dead ice cream, artistic intervention open to public participation will take place at Plaza del Instituto (Parchís square). Under the title I married a dead ice cream this radio-happening, curated by Julia Drouhin and produced by the Sound LAB of LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial, consists of an ice cream cart equipped with a radio that will broadcast during two hours interventions by more than 20 international artists.

The public is invited to bring their own radio receivers to the Parchís square to tune into an audio-exhibition, where artists from all around the world will be broadcasting their pieces. In addition, the public will have the chance to taste ice creams with strange names and flavours.

This intervention is part of the programme of Spectrum, the FM radio station of LABoral which is aimed at disseminating the research about sound developed from the Sound LAB of the art centre.

Artists: Frederic Acquaviva, Patana Beretta, DinahBird & Jean-Philippe Renoult, Candie Hank, Scot Cotterell, Julia Drouhin, Xavier Gautier, Felix Kubin, Anne Laplantine, Francisco López, Alexis Malbert, Mobile Radio & Dieb 13, Mutter Lard, Ogrob, OttoannA, Sister 0, Nick Smithies, Super Parquet, Pip Stafford, Aymeric de Tapol, Valerie Vivancos, Matt Warren and Gregory Whitehead.

Julia Drouhin was born in Strasbourg. She completed a Ph.D. in “aesthetics, science and technology in art” at the University of Paris 8 in 2011. She has done performances, radio creations and installations since 2003. She coordinates the Radiophonic Creation Day with Coraline Janvier, as well as the festival Kontact sonoreS in Burgundy, France. Julia Drouhin has been a researcher for the Dark festival at MOFO (Museum of Old and New Art) in Tasmania, where she currently lives.

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