Netaudio London showcases the work of artists who use digital and network technologies to explore new boundaries in music and sonic art. With our annual festival we encourage participation in all forms: interactive sound art installations, conferences, workshops, collaborative online broadcasting and headline shows.
Netaudio London is part of an international Netaudio festival series dedicated to the sounds of the Internet. Netaudio had its first showcase with Netaudio’05 in Berne/Switzerland and Netaudio V2.05 in Cologne/Germany.
2006 saw the first London edition of the festival. Netaudio’06 at the Candid Arts Gallery and Electrowerkz nightclub featured over 50 performers, a live audio-installation as well as various workshops and network discussions and attracted some 900 visitors.
In 2007 the festival moved to Berlin where over the course of 3 days, Netaudio’07 produced a multitude of events supported by music technology companies such as Ableton and Native Instruments and garnered great coverage in Berlin’s press.
In 2008 we took over the spacious Shunt Lounge for a four day festival. An ample and interactive programme included live music, audio-visual installations, a market fair and media lounge. It showcased the work of over 80 artists and we welcomed over 2700 visitors.
2009 saw a number of Netaudio festivals in Europe including Berlin and Barcelona. Meanwhile in London, we published our research into Perspectives in Digital Music and worked on a string of music showcases throughout 2010.
Now, we are back for Netaudio London 2011. The programme is published in the festival section of this site. Futher details will be announced shortly. Please subscribe to our newsletter or hook up with us via Facebook, Twitter or Last.fm to make sure you don't miss out.
Netaudio London is produced by Cenatus CIC and programmed in collaboration with a team of independent curators, promoters and organisations. See the relevant festival strands for details.
The 2011 Netaudio London festival gratefully acknowledges financial support from
- the National Lottery through Arts Council England
- the Jerwood Charitable Foundation
- the PRS for Music Foundation
- the University of East London
- Camden Council
- the Austrian Cultural Forum London
It is presented in partnership with