Bias Loop by Nina Pixel at Sonic Acts Festival
Nina Pixel (SK/DE)
There is no clear objective truth; just a subjective hallucination of the interpretation of our own realities.
Bias Loop is a sonic poem about reconnecting with the self. It is about looking into the eyes of our monsters and getting out of the loop of personal biases. When nothing is certain, anything is possible. Nina Pixel is performing her piece at Sonic Acts Festival on 22 February (live) at 19:45 at Stedelijk Schiphol Lounge, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. A playback will occur at the same place on 24 February at 13:15.
This piece was co-commissioned by Sonic Acts and A4 as a part of Re-Imagine Europe, and co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union. It is composed for ‘The Pentacle’ (15.3), a powerful high fidelity mobile speaker system developed at STEIM in Amsterdam by Fedde ten Berge and Jesse Meijer, consisting of 15 self-designed loudspeakers and 3 self-designed subwoofers.