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24-29 March, 2012, Cultural center Can Gelabert
Binissalem, Mallorca, Spain

AIM (Artists’ Initiatives’ Meeting) Europe is a network consisting of different artists’ initiatives and organisations from across Europe. The network is for exchange of experience and knowledge and for mobility and cooperation between artists and curators in Europe. AIM Europe was founded in Berlin in October 2010. The first meeting was coordinated by Supermarket Art Fair (Stockholm) and organised at The Swedish Embassy in Berlin.

NEXT STOP MALLORCA – as part of the conference international artists from Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Germany, Spain and France will show their works at the Casal can Gelabert art cultural center of Binissalem, Mallorca, Spain. There will also be a show with artists from Mallorca from the magazin HIPERBOLIC.

Organisations taking part in NEXT STOP MALLORCA are Espai sant Marc, Supermarket Art Fair, Microwesten, MUU gallery, Inquietart, la revista Hiperbolic, Nordic Art Association NKF of Sweden.

Participants of the AIM Europe meeting: Matthias Roth, Kim Dotty Hachmann (Berlin), Andreas Ribbung, Alvaro Campo, Pontus Raud (Stockholm), Signe Vad (Copenhagen), Philip Tonda Heide (Paris), Timo Soppela, Rita Leppiniemi, Hanne Ivars (Helsinki), Carles Gispert, Irene Peukes, Marcos Vidal, David Martín, Mar Aguera, Julio Fuentes, Bartomeu Sastre, Sandra Vadell Christiansen, Antoni Fluxa Munar, Antoni “Garreta” and David Campaner (Mallorca and Barcelona).

Espai sant marc is a dynamic initiative, which began operating in Sineu over ten years ago. Event is coordinated by Espai sant Marc.

Culture center Casal can Gelabert is one of the most active cultural centers in Mallorca, with three exhibition spaces. It is run by Tres Serveis Culturals for the City hall of Binissalem. There are also a Library and a Music school in this popular and well known Culture Center.

MUU gallery presents at NEXT STOP MALLORCA sound art and a video collection:

MUU VIDEO 2011 is a collection of seven video works on the theme of ’landscape’ – from a summery forest road to a skyscraper city to spacescapes. The collection is also published on DVD and sold for home use. MUU Video 2011 includes works by following artists: Gun Holmström, Juha van Ingen, Rita Jokiranta, Mikko Kuorinki, Sari Palosaari, Minna Parkkinen and Thomas Westphal.

MUU FOR EARS 9 is a new CD Collection of Finnish and Norwegian Sound Art and Experimental Music, published February 2012. The compilation contains a wide range of material, including field recordings, sound installations, experimental musical improvisations, remix and sample compositions and live recordings. The artists on MUU FOR EARS 9 are Child Of Klang, Hemmelig Tempo, Trond Lossius and Marieke Verbiesen from Norway, with Mikko Maasalo, Aleksi Myllykoski / Urban Dark Ensemble, Antti Nykyri and Joonas Siren / Younghusband from Finland.

MUU SOUND BOX is a new tool made for performing works of sound art to public. The CD will be presented for audience with these Sound Boxes, made by Matti Niinimäki and Pasi Rauhala.

OPEN CALL for MUU FOR EARSMUU is looking for Spanish and Southern European sound art for coming Autumn CD publication.

THREE WALKERS is a sound installation of three mobile speakers with amplifiers by Petri Kuljuntausta. Icy walking sounds removed from Helsinki and localized to a gallery environment.

Place: Cultural center Can Gelabert (City hall of Binissalem)
Adress: Calle de la Portella s/n, Casal de Cultura, 07350 Binissalem
Opening: 24th march at 20 hours
Open for audience: 24-29 March, 2012, 5-9 pm.

AIM Europe has been supported by Nordic Culture Point.


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