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Ioana Vreme Moser (b 1994) is a Romanian transmedia narrator and sound artist engaged with hardware electronics, speculative research and DIY experimentation.

 

She places electronic components and control voltages in different situations of interaction with organic materials, lost and found items and environmental stimuli. Her works are dominated by technological artefacts, bits and pieces of garbage, intimate objects and low-tech that resound in diagrams, installations, sound sculptures, hand-made instruments or sound- performance setups.

She has been closely engaged with the Electroacoustic Music Studio Krakow (PL), kinema ikon multimedia Atelier Arad (RO) and Simultan, Media Art Association, Timisoara (RO). Currently, she lives and works in the T10 artist community in Berlin.

Amongst others, she has performed and exhibited at the National Gallery of Denmark (DK), STATE Studio, Berlin (DE); SFX - Sound Effects Seoul (KR), STWST Sleep48 - Ars Electronica (AT), Bunkier Sztuki Gallery Krakow (PL); Eigen+Art Lab - Transmediale, Berlin (DE).

Press

... ''Ioana does not make the kind of art that you can’t understand if you don’t read the exhibition text. With a solid background in ballet, she knows how to explore and exhibit her body (for instance through make-up connected to circuits) but also how to challenge viewers through new approaches which run the stylistic gamut from live (unrepeatable) noise to the already established field of electro-acoustic music.''

 

Miron Ghiu, ARTA Magazine.

Full Article here →

Electronic Beauty

Obiecte (re)găsite și reinterpretate, instrumente inventate, circuite anacronice și un alter ego ultra femme hipnotizant. Tocmai ai pătruns în lumea Ioanei Vreme Moser.

 

Interviewed by Irina Munteanu for Glamour Romania

full article available in Romanian; print and extracts here

Artiștii români care își construiesc propriile instrumente muzicale

Interviewed by Andreea Verde for Red Bull Romania

Interview in Romanian here 

Radio

Interviewed by Martin Howse at Reebot FM - 2019