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Building Transmissions was a collective founded in 2001 by Nico Dockx (b. 1974), Kris Delacourt (b. 1978) and Peter Verwimp (b. 1974), that produces experimental audio-visual documents,`post-Cagean' sonic architectures, improvisational live performances and a wide spectrum of mixed-media installations. In their work they reflect upon the different social possibilities of both artistic production and the circulation of ideas in relation to text, image and sound. Building Transmissions makes use of a broad range of 'conventional' acoustical instruments along with field recordings and uncanny electronics. The physical body and its movement are conjured through the interference of still and moving data, creating alternative intersections between time, memory and movement. Relentless collaborators might be the single-most accurate way to describe these young artists, writers and musicians, as their practice persistently developed alongside and in relation to others.
Nico Dockx, Kris Delacourt, Peter Verwimp, Dave Vanderplas (2001-2003)
Nico Dockx, Kris Delacourt, Peter Verwimp, Jan Lemaire (2003-2005)
Nico Dockx, Kris Delacourt, Peter Verwimp (2005-2009)