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 Soun.Din__               

Aug 2002:

Soun.Din founded, organisation focussed on promotion and exploration of sound-art and various crossovers of art-media within social context.

2002-2004:

organised serie of performances named Situ.Action* (free-improvisation across various art-media as sound, movement, drawing etc.) in St.Brendan's Psychiatric Hospital, PAC (Project Arts Centre), Chesterbeatty Library, NCH (National Concert Hall), IMMA (Irish Museum of Modern Arts), Cloverhill prison (Visitors Centre), RHA (Royal Hibernian Academy), TBG (Temple Bar Gallery), Convergence Festival in Dublin etc.

2004 Soun.Din became dysfunctional and was dismantled in purpose of ideological re_fresh.

RE|SET:.: : : :

2006, Soun.Din 2 trio emerged again ... beware .. .

Karl Burke www.karlhim.com Slavek Kwi www.artificialmemorytrace.com Diarmuid Mac Diarmada www.myspace.com/diarmuidmacdiarmada

26/11/2006 live in LazyBird, Dublin + 9/12/2006 live in Ear-Plugged Festival, The Lab, Dublin with David Stalling and Anthony Kelly ! ! !

2007 :.: extensive CO_operation with Playback Theatre Company ...

 performances in Dundrum Mill_Theatre (photo) 
recorded documents about  soun.din related activities _ see details:
live in RHA live in PAC broken CD Develoop Live Lazybird  

Soundin: the sound behind the notes; the rhythm between the beats (Disclaimer: May contain notes and beats) [Diarmuid]

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Soun.din 2002-2004 were:

Diarmuid Mac Diarmada
(sound: saxophone, clarinet, percussive and found objects)

Slavek Kwi
(sound: percussions, self-designed sound-devices, found objects, electronics)

Paul Murnaghan
(sound: percussive and found objects)

Karl Burke
(sound: electric guitar and electronics, tibetan bowls and bells)

Hugh O'Neill > active in Berlin, Germany
(sound: trumpet and live processes with laptop)

Sven Anderson > moved probably to USA
(sound: live processes with laptop)

Seoidin O'Sullivan
(visuals, ushering audience)

Aiofe Desmond
(performance, making tea)

Sean Mc Crum
(live drawing, amplified)

Fergus Byrne
(dance, movement, performance)