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''Auvid'' is a cooperative project researching sound vibrations in order to create the compositions in the new systems, founded in 1999.
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'''Auvid''' was founded in 1999 by [[Ladislav Železný]], [[Aleš Killián]] and [[Václav Ondroušek]]. Originally they showed the sound gardens of the planet Earth visualising the conscious sound dream, on the border between image and sound. Today the members concentrate (among other subjects like philosophy of sound) on the communication between art and spectator while trying to return the original meaning of art as a possible therapeutically means of communication.
  
 
Projects include vibrational water tube for accoustic bath Gyatam (1999-?), audiovisual work for baroque church Eclipse (1999), sonic performances SoundLetter (2000+1), interactive installation Imprint (2001), feedback sonic composition Influence (2002), and composition for visualization of space frequencies Sonic Architecture (2002).  
 
Projects include vibrational water tube for accoustic bath Gyatam (1999-?), audiovisual work for baroque church Eclipse (1999), sonic performances SoundLetter (2000+1), interactive installation Imprint (2001), feedback sonic composition Influence (2002), and composition for visualization of space frequencies Sonic Architecture (2002).  
 
Members: [[Aleš Killian]], [[Ladislav Železný]].
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:43, 11 December 2015

Auvid was founded in 1999 by Ladislav Železný, Aleš Killián and Václav Ondroušek. Originally they showed the sound gardens of the planet Earth visualising the conscious sound dream, on the border between image and sound. Today the members concentrate (among other subjects like philosophy of sound) on the communication between art and spectator while trying to return the original meaning of art as a possible therapeutically means of communication.

Projects include vibrational water tube for accoustic bath Gyatam (1999-?), audiovisual work for baroque church Eclipse (1999), sonic performances SoundLetter (2000+1), interactive installation Imprint (2001), feedback sonic composition Influence (2002), and composition for visualization of space frequencies Sonic Architecture (2002).

www.auvid.net