Author: Felipe Vaz

  • 2100 concert recording now available on Differ Records

    Full recording now available on Bandcamp: From album notes: In recent years we’ve been frequently warned that sea levels will rise up to 2m by the end of this century, completely reshaping human experience as a consequence. However, since this massive movement is not directly accessible to our senses, our society still has a hard […]

  • Love Will Tear Us Apart at Trafo Contemporary, Poland

    Love Will Tear Us Apart, an installation based on the post punk hit with the same title, will be on display at Trafo Contemporary Art Center in Szcecin, Poland, as a part of the Sonic Noir group exhibit. Starting November 18th! More info:

  • Klang Tour 2017, Kottbusser Tor, Berlin

    In this year’s Klang Tour, I will be showing my site-specific sound installation Kotti Time Piecealong with four other fine works from fellow sound artists. Not to be missed if you’re around Berlin on August 27th! Facebook event

  • Love Will Tear Us Apart at Cafuné Project Space, Berlin

    My installation Love Will Tear Us Apart, based on the post-punk hit with the same name, will be on display on Cafuné Project Space, as part of the 48 Stunden Neukölln Festival. From 23 to 25 June. It is also a part of the group exhibit Sonic Noir – The Sonic Other, with colleagues from […]

  • 2100 at Schillerpalais, Berlin

    2100, a collaboration between me and double bassist Vilhelm Bromander, will be on display as a 4-hour long live performance and as a score during the On the Limits Of Perception and Cognition exhibition in Schillerpalais, Berlin.  Performance starting on Feb 25th, 6pm. Full schedule on the exhibition website

  • Process pieces based on the brazilian anthem aired on MEC-FM

    This Monday, 16/01, a set of short pieces based on the brazilian national anthem will be aired during the RádioArte program in MEC-FM, the only radio program currently dedicated to sound and radio art in Brazil that I know. Tune in!

  • Elegy for VM Smith at Fonoteca Nacional de México

    An 8-channel version of my Ambisonics dronish piece Elegy for VM Smith, originally developed during a residency at L’Estruch in Sabadell (Spain), will be played during the series “Enclaves Sitiados III”, on december 8th, at the Fonoteca Nacional de México, alongside other brazilian and mexican artists such as Henrique Iwao, Barush Hernandez, Lílian Campesato, Germán Romero Pacheco, Sergio […]

  • La Maudite

    This just in: my video Quando was among the selected artworks for the group exhibit Quero te encontrar at La Maudite, 61 rue Rébéval, 75019 Paris. The exhibit starts 8/jul and stays until 31/aug, when I’ll be in town. On se voit là-bas!

  • Cemitério do Peixe

    Cemitério do Peixe (or The Fish’s Cemetery), is the name of a rural setting in which the art occupation Cemitério do Peixe – Morte e Magia nas Artes Visuaisis going to take place. This small but magical place in Conceição do Mato Dentro, Minas Gerais, will be occupied by quite a few selected artistic projects between 4-7 june, […]

  • In-Sonora 2016, Madrid

    I was delighted to receive this news: two of my works (You Should Be Dancing and Together) have been selected and will be presented at In-Sonora in Madrid (March 2016) — probably the most important sound art festival in Spain nowadays. I was also glad that I found out that my mexican friend Ana Paula Santana is among selected artists as well. See […]