LABoral Art and Industrial Creation Centre is an exhibition centre for the presentation of art, science, technology and the advanced visual industries. It is also a venue for artistic and technological production, research investigations and the dissemination of new forms of art and industrial creation. LABoral is therefore a space for exchange between art disciplines; a multi and interdisciplinary centre, and a dynamic environment for creators, works, researchers, teachers and audiences.
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WHEN ::: 27th of July 2014
LISTEN to the amazing sounds of Frederic Acquaviva, Patana Beretta, DinahBird, Oeyvind Brandtsegg, Patric Catani, Scot Cotterell, Xavier Gautier, Felix Kubin, Anne Laplantine, Francisco Lopez, Alexis Malbert, Mobile Radio & Dieb13, Mutter Lard, Ogrob, OttoannA, Jean Philippe Renoult, Sister 0, Nick Smithies, Super Parquet, Pip Stafford, Aymeric de Tapol, Valérie Vivancos, Matt Warren, Gregory Whitehead.
TASTE unusual ice cream flavours : "Dirt from the graves" with deep fried finger nails/"Vanilla Frozen Bride" with vanilla beans, vanilla rice, vanilla potatoes/"Blood orange afternoon" with seagull tears/"Cloudy blue velvet day" with Pinocchio's vintage caramelised snot/"Black Albums from Prince and La Monte Young" with chocolate Chippendale/"Peer to peer" sorbet with caramelised microphones. Thanks to Dinah Bird and JP Renoult inspirations! Thanks also to Lucía García (LABoral) and Daniel Romero (LABoratorio de sonido).
WHERE ::: Plaza del Instituto [El Parchis], Gijon, Spain
BRING YOUR OWN RADIO to hear the program curated by Julia Drouhin and produced by LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial, when eating an strange flavor icecream.
This event is part of Spectrum (LABoratorio de sonido FM radio) activities and will be broadcast from this mobile ice cream machine. The first happening was on a sunny afternoon, the 18th of May 2014, from 17:00 to 20:30, during "Museum's Day".
The second radio melting sound icecream will take place the last weekend of July 2014, during LABoral's "Design Market".