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'''Daniela Swarowsky''' (1 July 1960, Vienna - 1 June 2019, Berlin) was working in the visual arts and experimental music fields. She was involved in many cross-disciplinary projects, which involved audio-, visual art as well as theory. She lived and worked from 1994 until 2000 as a curator and producer in [[New York City]]: (selection) Trainee-stipend of Austrian Cultural Ministry for the Kitchen/NY, producer of sound-art-piece “Cloudchamber”, Managing Director of SEM Ensemble, curator of a diversity of experimental music festivals sound-art exhibition and series: ANY ART Festival, Music While you Wait, among_others3 (US, Europe).
 
'''Daniela Swarowsky''' (1 July 1960, Vienna - 1 June 2019, Berlin) was working in the visual arts and experimental music fields. She was involved in many cross-disciplinary projects, which involved audio-, visual art as well as theory. She lived and worked from 1994 until 2000 as a curator and producer in [[New York City]]: (selection) Trainee-stipend of Austrian Cultural Ministry for the Kitchen/NY, producer of sound-art-piece “Cloudchamber”, Managing Director of SEM Ensemble, curator of a diversity of experimental music festivals sound-art exhibition and series: ANY ART Festival, Music While you Wait, among_others3 (US, Europe).
  
Daniela Swarowsky moved in 2000 to [[Rotterdam]], where she took over the position of managing director of the [[Deaf|Dutch Electronic Art Festival/DEAF2000]] by [[V2]] Organization. From then she solely developed her own artistic- and curatorial practice: (selection) art projects like “Dreamgarden_Internal Landscapes” Rotterdam Cultural Capital 2001, “Vacation_Destination>Home”, “Zwaanshals in Motion” Rotterdam 2003-2006. Curator of concert series [[Xperiment>L]], women in electronic music, 12 concerts in [[Arminius]] from 2004-2006. From 2004 she was involved in [[IMA]], where she curated from 2007 the newly conceived IMAutomaat residency- and festival, bringing Austrian and international female sound-artists together for a week to experiment, attend workshops, start new collaborations and finally perform their work during a 2-day’s festival.
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Daniela Swarowsky moved in 2000 to [[Rotterdam]], where she took over the position of managing director of the [[Deaf|Dutch Electronic Art Festival/DEAF2000]] by [[V2]] Organization. From then she solely developed her own artistic- and curatorial practice: (selection) art projects like “Dreamgarden_Internal Landscapes” Rotterdam Cultural Capital 2001, “Vacation_Destination>Home”, “Zwaanshals in Motion” Rotterdam 2003-2006. Curator of concert series ''Xperiment>L'', women in electronic music, 12 concerts in Arminius from 2004-2006. From 2004 she was involved in [[IMA]], where she curated from 2007 the newly conceived IMAutomaat residency- and festival, bringing Austrian and international female sound-artists together for a week to experiment, attend workshops, start new collaborations and finally perform their work during a 2-day’s festival.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:01, 5 June 2019

Daniela Swarowsky (1 July 1960, Vienna - 1 June 2019, Berlin) was working in the visual arts and experimental music fields. She was involved in many cross-disciplinary projects, which involved audio-, visual art as well as theory. She lived and worked from 1994 until 2000 as a curator and producer in New York City: (selection) Trainee-stipend of Austrian Cultural Ministry for the Kitchen/NY, producer of sound-art-piece “Cloudchamber”, Managing Director of SEM Ensemble, curator of a diversity of experimental music festivals sound-art exhibition and series: ANY ART Festival, Music While you Wait, among_others3 (US, Europe).

Daniela Swarowsky moved in 2000 to Rotterdam, where she took over the position of managing director of the Dutch Electronic Art Festival/DEAF2000 by V2 Organization. From then she solely developed her own artistic- and curatorial practice: (selection) art projects like “Dreamgarden_Internal Landscapes” Rotterdam Cultural Capital 2001, “Vacation_Destination>Home”, “Zwaanshals in Motion” Rotterdam 2003-2006. Curator of concert series Xperiment>L, women in electronic music, 12 concerts in Arminius from 2004-2006. From 2004 she was involved in IMA, where she curated from 2007 the newly conceived IMAutomaat residency- and festival, bringing Austrian and international female sound-artists together for a week to experiment, attend workshops, start new collaborations and finally perform their work during a 2-day’s festival.

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