Kata Kovács and Tom O’Doherty


You can also join the mailing list to get occasional updates.

Guest lecture, Wesleyan University

September 7, 2020
Filed under: ·

We are guest artists for a lecture in the upcoming series (Un)Sound Projections: When Spaces Resist Recording, in October, given by Paula Matthusen, at Wesleyan University, Connecticut. | More »

LES-1, Oreganoweg, August 2020

August 26, 2020
Filed under: ·

From August 11. to 13., 2020, Datscha Radio in Berlin broadcast three days of radio experiments, interviews, discussions, sound art presentations, space noises, and more, all as part of their annual radio art festival. The festival, Listening to the Universe — Radiophonien des Alls, included contributions from a wide range of artists. We were very happy to be among those who were asked to make an artistic contribution to the… | More »


August 19, 2020
Filed under: ·

A new work, Alluvium, will be presented at the Ponderosa Unfestival, in Stolzenhagen, Brandenburg, from 7. to 12. September. Alluvium is an installation which is based around sound emerging from underground, outdoors, in a countryside garden. The work will combine two sources of sound — recordings from sounds that are happening underground, within the soil itself, and an accompanying series of overlapping vocal loops. These two aspects will be generatively… | More »

The Invisible Band

August 19, 2020
Filed under: · · ·

Our durational installation, Minute/Year, is currently installed in bb15, in Linz, Austria, for the whole of 2020. Accompanying the work throughout 2020, there has been an ongoing program of events—interventions, micro-concerts, open minutes, and more—organised and curated by Gabriela Gordillo. The latest intervention in this series, The Invisible Band, occurred from August 3. to 9., at bb15. To create this intervention, Gabriela invited seven different artists and improvisers to each… | More »

Minute/Year in Centro Cultura Digital

July 20, 2020
Filed under: · · ·

Centro Cultura Digital in Mexico has published ‘El presente suena, resuena,’ — an essay, in Spanish, by Kassandra Valencia about Minute/Year. Las restricciones que establecen lxs artistas al evento sonoro funcionan como una abertura fraccional desde la cual se observa el andar de la vibración sonora. La obra está en continuo desenvolvimiento y opera de manera relacional con otras fuerzas, con otros materiales oscilantes.From ‘El presente suena, resuena’ | More »

Other Trains excerpts

June 16, 2020
Filed under: ·

Excerpts from the research process for Woven All of Dream and Error (which has had the working title of Other Trains) were part of the June Virtual Open Studios event at GlogauAIR. There is a feature article about the event on Berlin Art Link. | More »

Signal Tide interview and audio, LACMA

May 29, 2020
Filed under: · ·

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art has published a sound mix, Signal Tide — Two Passes, with an accompanying interview with us about Signal Tide, by Joel Ferree of the LACMA Art + Tech Lab, as part of the LACMA@home series. From the accompanying description: Signal Tide was created by Lab grant recipients Kata Kovács and Tom O'Doherty. The artists spent many hours on LACMA’s rooftops looking for LES-1’s… | More »

Remote Voices

April 9, 2020
Filed under: · · ·

Remote Voices was a week-long intervention by Gabriela Gordillo in Minute/Year. It occurred at bb15 from 1.–8. April, 2020, during the first couple of weeks of the initial coronavirus lockdown. The Copenhagen Architecture Festival has also published this account of the intervention, as part of their “corona essays” series of contemporary writing about Covid-19 and the built environment. Minute/Year, the ongoing durational installation that began in 2016, is currently installed… | More »

Minute/Year (2020)

January 3, 2020
Filed under: · ·

The 2020 iteration of Minute/Year began on January 1., 2020, in bb15, Linz, Austria. It will continue throughout the year until December 31., 2020. This is the fifth annual iteration. | More »

Minute/Year at PARSE

December 17, 2019
Filed under: · ·

sdfgsdfgsdfg [images] [info/links] [talk info] | More »