MMK16 is an international (extended/hybrid) cultural event taking place at the eco-camp in Lovinac during July and August 2016. MMK16 invites artist, activists, environmentalists, common-ists and survivalists to gather around the theme “Future Environments”. MMK16 combines research, experiment and workshops with creative thinking and environmental consciousness using transdisciplinary strategies and collaborative efforts. MMK16 hosts three artist in residence project with the theme sound and environment.
Karl Heinz Jeron is coming from Berlin to collaborate with Kruno Jošt on interactive sound sculpture “Lovinac Singing Pole” (Lovinačke pjevajuče pole). Residenci takes place in Culture House Lovinac and Center for Creative Solutions in Rasoja some 2 km away. Jeron and Jošt will collaborate during month of August to produce a sculpture that will be presented on the Days of Potatoes – a local yearly potato event.
Gijs Borstlap is coming from Amsterdam and staying for one month at C4CS in Rasoja, camping in the wild. His primary concern is to research his inner world trough an experiment: by putting himself deliberately into sort of escapist and survivalist situation, distancing himself from the city. he is sound engineer and his primary interests are to observe sounds and its connections to everyday environment.
Tin Dožić is coming for only a week residency to Culture House Lovinac for the purpose to further develop a work on 16 channels sound installation.