Research and Waves is an artistic research project and collective that explores the space between curatorial practice and artistic methodology. We aim to draw enriching connections and create a conversation between art, music, technology and society through experimental events and presentation formats in the context of art and culture.
Within our artistic and curatorial research practice we take the concept of the wave as an element of connection and aim to investigate its meaning in a variety of disciplines and contexts. One can generally describe a wave as the expanding vibration or fluctuation of an entity that is both dependent on time and space. The wave as the sound on a record, a social or political movement, a physical phenomenon.
Working with artists and experts from many different fields, Research and Waves creates spaces where people and the discourses of their work come together. The concept of the wave allows us to discuss a number of movements in both art and society and can draw new and unforeseen connections. We see networking as a central part of our practice and we aim to facilitate ongoing relationships with (and between) our local and global collaborators.