AMRO, Art Meets Radical Openness, is the biennial festival for art, hacktivism and open cultures, organized since 2008 by servus.at in cooperation with Linz University of Art, Department of Time-Based Media. The current edition of Art Meets Radical Openness is dedicated to the rituals and the philosophies of debugging, which will be taken in AMRO22 as starting point for a conversation between artists, groups and communities moving together between the fields of culture, politics and technologies. Festival will take place between 15 and 18 June 2022.
This year's edition will also include an a.space project, a distributed sound installation, that will interconnect 3 spaces through a directional loop, affected by space, feedback and acoustic events. Each set will be activated by Stefan Tiefengraber in Linz, Polina Khatsenka in Ústí nad Labem, Luka Prinčič and ala pecula in Ljubljana. Through a virtual platform it will be possible to listen, choose a point of perspective and interact with others. The web Interface developed by Michael Aschauer, will be shared as an open source tool for further use.
The project was conceptualized by Davide Bevilacqua and Gabriela Gordillo, realized by servus.at in the frame of AMRO22, in collaboration with bb15, Emanat Institute, Ústí nad Labem House of Arts, with the support of Linz_Sounds 2021.
Sound exhibition will take place on June 16th, from 15:00 to 18:00 hrs, accessible online at a-space.servus.at.
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