Honorable mentions


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So many recycled loudspeakers are mounted on a 4-meter-high gate-like structure. They are wired together into an 8-channel speaker system connected to the internet, the local telephone system and Bluetooth receivers. A special app will be created in order to simplfy the communication between sculpture and spectator.

【Support / Cooperation】

Benoit MaubreyGermany

Benoît Maubrey was born of French parents in Washington DC in 1952.
He graduated in 1975 with a Bachelor of Arts Diploma from Georgetown University.
In 1979 he moved to West Berlin and after the collapse of the former East Germany moved to the state of Brandenburg where he founded the non-profits arts organization Kunstpfluge.V. His performance and installation work has been presented in many international art festivals, Since 1990 he lives and works in the village of Baitz (outside of Berlin,near Belzig,Brandenburg/)

1999 Hull Time Based Arts, UK.
2006 Composer-in-Residence, Schloss Wiepersdorf, Brandenburg, Germany.
2010 MuseumQuartier, Vienna.
2011 DIVA (Danish Arts Council Grant)Aarhus/Denmark.

《Main exhibitions》
1985 Ars Electronica / Linz / Austria
1996 SONAMBIENTE / Academy of Arts Berlin
1997 Tokyo City Opera/ NTT-ICC (solo),International Symposium of Electronic Arts / Chicago
2000 The Kitchen /NYC, Monaco Dance Danses Forum
2003 Seoul Performing Arts Festival, Location One/NYC (solo), Gracia TerritoriaSonor/Barcelona (solo)
2006 MuseumQuartier/Vienna, Sitelines Festival/NYC (solo)
2007 ZKM/Karlsruhe, SOUND ART , Schloss Moyland/ Joseph Beuys Archive
2008&2010 Mostra des Artes / Sao Paulo
2012 Zero1 Festival / San Jose
2014 MaerzMusik / Berliner Festspiele / Berlin (solo)

《Main Awards》
1991 Prix Ars Electronica
2004&2009 Palmarès du 35e Concours Internationaux de Musique et d’Art Sonore Electroacoustiques de Bourges 2004 (the LINE) and 2009 (CyberBirds)
2006 Franklin Furnace Fund for Performance NYC
2008 Marler Video Installation Prize,Skulpturenmuseum Glaskasten Marl
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