Tomoko Sauvage, xin and Judith Hamann fill out Sonic Acts Academy 2020 opening programme

Published on Feb 11, 2020

Sonic Acts Academy 2020 officially opens on 21 February at Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, and the programme now fills out with new additions Tomoko Sauvage, xin and Judith Hamann. 

Paris-based artist Tomoko Sauvage combines water, ceramics and hydrophones in an experimental practice grounded on live performance that investigates improvisation and interaction with the environment. Berlin-based artist and writer xin warps, mangles and strangles rave tropes into something anew. And Australian cellist Judith Hamann joins French electronic composer Malibu; the soft strains of Malibu’s spoken voice overlaying the swell of cut-up sound and Hamann’s cello.

Friday and Sunday Day Passes, and individual event tickets are available via Tickets.

Academy 2020 participants:

Ale Hop, Aliyah Hussain + Anna Bunting-Branch, Anja Kanngieser, Anthea Caddy, Arie Altena + Katía Truijen, AYA, Ben Russell, bod [包家巷] + Schwestern Sisters (SwS), Bookworms, Cõvco, Daniel Mann + Eitan Efrat, DEBBY FRIDAY, Dehlia Hannah, DESIGN EARTH: Rania Ghosn, DJ Serene, djb, Duncan Speakman, Elaine Gan, Elvin Brandhi, Ex Continent, Felicity Mangan, Go Me + Ity, Hatechild., Heleen Blanken + Karl Klomp, Holly Herndon, Hugo Esquinca, Jonáš Gruska, Kali Malone, KJDENNNM, Lag OS, LOKA, Lone Taxidermist, Lukáš Likavčan, MÆKUR: Anton Kats + Eva Rowson + Maia Urstad, Maika Garnica, Malibu + Judith Hamann, Marja Ahti, Marjolijn Dijkman, Meuko! Meuko!, Nabil Ahmed, Nadim Samman, No Bra, Philip Vermeulen, Roly Porter + MFO, Rosa Pistola, RUI HO, S280F / 011668 / vvxxii, Sadaf, SHYBOI, SITOI, Speaker Music (De Forrest Brown Jr.), T. J. Demos, Tadleeh, Terike Haapoja, Tomoko Sauvage, Underground Division: Helen Pritchard + Jara Rocha, Via App, Vincent Meessen, xin, Zohar.

Visit the Programme page to discover more about the Academy 2020 artists and speakers.

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Tomoko Sauvage. Photo by Leo Lopez.
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Judith Hamann. Photo by Tim Grey.