Redsonic Festival Zero Edition took place at Red Gallery London from the 19th to the 29th of January 2012. The First Edition took place between the 11th and the 21st of April 2013. The festival aims to raise people’s awareness of sound as a creative art form, and to create a communal forum where sound artists and electronic musicians can meet in order to share their knowledge and experience.
Each festival comprised a series of activities including exhibitions, performances, workshops and lectures, distributed across three separate spaces within the Red Gallery.
The first of these spaces will held a week-long collaborative sound-exhibition, while the second one was allocated for presentations, workshops and lectures on sound art and music technology.
The largest space, equipped with projectors and a high-end multi-channel diffusion sound system, held performances on certain days as well as regular listening sessions throughout the week.
RedSonic strives to cover some ground and include pioneers and artists from around the globe, thus presenting a wide and varied landscape of Twentieth Century+ artistic expression through sound.
RedSonic Festival also supports emerging sound artists, and encourages sound-art and design students as well as electronic/experimental musicians, to show, perform and present their work to the public through live performances, workshops, a week-long interactive sound exhibition and lectures on sound art and music technology.