We are grateful that DIVFUSE Sound Archive No. 3 and 4 (2022) are funded by the Arts Council England under the National Lottery Project Grants. Details see Current/Upcoming page.
See our YouTube channel for the latest artists’ interviews and get a glimpse of what we are up to. The latest interview uploaded is A Ghost Pond Emerges : Action Pyramid 11.2021
In 2022, we would like to dedicate regular sessions to pure sound exhibitions in our media art pod. Every month or every two months, we plan to showcase one piece/set of sonic work from ONE artist that is based on field recordings of different techniques and environments, or compositions based on fragments of recordings.
Send links to work (Soundcloud etc. No file transfer please), maximum 150 words description including duration of the piece(s), and short bio to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for the January/February 2022 slot is 19th December 2021. International submissions welcomed.
Sound Meta is a curatorial series that features activities such as performances and workshops to celebrate sound making.
We have launched our YouTube Channel on 18-09-21. There will be interviews with artists and filming during exhibitions set up. Please subscribe!
Introducing Non Linear, a series of events and exhibitions that incorporate conceptual art that is non-media based. Although Project DIVFUSE is fundamentally a platform that supports the developments of media art, we also have a window for other art forms such as sculptures, photography, paintings and drawings.
Intro : spect is a series of exhibitions curated by Project DIVFUSE where specific artists are invited to showcase their work. These artists have shown strong direction in the development of media art as well as dedication to continue with their journey of practice.
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We have designed a brand new logo. It is inspired by line drawings and graphic scores and which is essentially minimalistic because we want to keep things simple.