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2023 Residency

Haroon Mirza

From ocean waves to soundwaves, from electromagnetic waves to brain waves, I’m very attracted to chaotic systems—waves, electricity, energy—that are present in nature, and how our perceptual apparatus engages with them.

The Verbier 3-D Foundation is pleased to announce British-Pakistani artist Haroon Mirza and collaborator Helga Dorothea Fannon as our 2023 Artists-in-Residence.

The residency will focus on the development of a new project examining the global climate topics around WATER and ENERGY inspired by the materials, technologies and ecological knowledge sourced from the surrounding landscape of Verbier, Switzerland.

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The 1st edition of the Sound Biennial unfolds in the heart of the Valais, in early autumn 2023. It brings together over 70 artists and musicians at 17 venues in five towns and villages. Alongside a largely fragmented exhibition, the public is invited to discover 27 performances and concerts, as well as an international symposium. […]

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