Swiss participation at Serendipity Arts Festival
Sounds in my Head at Museum of Sound
Pro Helvetia New Delhi will collaborate with the Serendipity Arts Festival on a sound art project, Sounds in my Head which will see the participation of Swiss artists Luigi Archetti, Karen Geyer and Kaspar Koenig. Curated by Sneha Khanwalkar, an Indian music director and sound artist, the installations will be located in a historic venue – the Old Goa Institute of Management.
Aimed at triggering the senses and altering the way we listen, the museum will be fragmented into various sound spaces that are immersive, surreal and ultimately trans- formative.
Venue: Old Goa Institute of Management
Dates: 15 – 22nd December 2018
Line of Flight
Apart from this, PHND will also support the participation of Andreas Vogel from Sommerakademie Paul Klee for a symposium on artist residencies – Line of Flight Symposium. Conceptualised by Serendipity Arts Foundation, this is a three-part project, to be first showcased at #SAF2018. It consists of a daylong symposium, an exhibition and a publication. The project borrows its name from the concept of nomadic creativity developed by Gilles Deleuze and sets out to address mobility as an essential component of artistic work.
Exhibition: 15 – 22 December, 2018
Symposium (closed door): 15 December, 2018
The project is supported by Pro Helvetia – Swiss Arts Council, Goethe-Institut Max Mueller Bhavan, New Delhi and Institut Français en Inde.
The third edition of the Serendipity Arts Festival will take place across 10 venues with 80+ projects that will transform Goa into a vibrant cultural space, with multiple exhibitions, performances, and immersive arts experiences.
More information about the festival at: https://www.serendipityartsfestival.com/