Sounds for Har Holland’s “Light Dome” @ GLOW 2015

The GLOW festival is an annual eight-day Light Art festival in the city of Eindhoven, the Netherlands.
The theme for GLOW 2015 was “Nature & Architecture”.
Augusto Meijer has produced sounds for Har Hollands‘ Light Dome installation, exhibited during GLOW festival 2015.
The spatial sounds are based around the theme of “Nature & Architecture” and they are distributed over 8 loudspeakers.

Har Hollands' Light Dome

HyperCube @ Ruimtekoers Festival 2015

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HyperCube” Art Installation
Design: Jaap vd Elzen
Sound: Augusto Meijer
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Structural vacancy is an international problem, which includes cities like London, New York or Tokyo. “Ruimtekoers” is a new initiative from a network of urban pioneers based in Arnhem (The Netherlands). They will present a public program from March 14th / April 11th 2015, packed with innovative interventions. The problem of vacancy will be used to bring the city to life. Available spaces are literally lit with green LED lighting and projections. The HyperCube installation is a part of the program.

HyperCube @ DGTL Festival 2015

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HyperCube” Art Installation
Design: Jaap vd Elzen
Sound: Augusto Meijer
i.a.w. Oddstream

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DGTL Festival is back in 2015! The Amsterdam festival – renowned for it’s line-up, art and sustainability program – returns to the NDSM Docklands. During the Easter Holiday over 80 artists from around the world showcase the best of innovative electronic music. Headliners include popular international acts like Jamie Jones, Maceo Plex, Dixon and Ten Walls and underground masterminds such as Michael Mayer, Move D and John Talabot. Combined with an extensive art and awareness program, DGTL Festival 2015 is the perfect start of the festival season. Expect innovative stage designs, art installations from around the world and sustainable innovation through our DGTL Revolution project, which has been awarded a two out of four star rating by ‘A Greener Festival’ last month.

The NDSM area is a gigantic abandoned shipyard ten minutes from Amsterdam Central station and fits the DGTL vibe perfectly. On the 4th and 5th of April 2015 the docklands will be transformed into one of the industry’s leading underground festivals, with a progressive approach on every aspect.

Seeking to connect the fields of tech innovation and warehouse-based nostalgia, DGTL ART will showcase a variety of innovative lighting, futuristic sculptures and crazy interactive performance acts to enhance the ambiance.