Netaudio London promotes the work of artists who use digital and network technologies to explore new boundaries in music and sonic art. Part of the Short Circuit festival, Netaudio's programme encourages participation in all forms of music and art making, from interactive sound art installations to conferences, workshops, collaborative online broadcasting and headline shows.
Supported by The Wire, Netaudio takes place at London's Roundhouse by day, and KOKO in the evening. The night will feature Steve Stapleton's Nurse With Wound project, Mika Vainio (formerly of Pan Sonic) in a newly commissioned collaboration with Bruce Gilbert (formerly of Wire), and the Austrian post-rock group Radian. Early bird tickets are available via KOKO at £18 (plus booking fee).
Call for entries
The day time programme at the Roundhouse invites visitors to engage with workshops and discussions and immerse themselves in various sonic art works (details to be announced). Currently, Netaudio is looking for a variety of artists to participate in different ways during the day – please see the call for entries for detailed information on this. It's open to sound artists, musicians, radio and video artists (closes 11 March).
Nurse With Wound "The Bottom Feeder"
Bruce Gilbert "Ordier Part 1"
Mika Vainio live
Netaudio 2011 festival is supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and by the Austrian Cultural Forum London. It is presented in partnership with The Wire, Resonance FM and Last.fm and supported by the Roundhouse and many more.