The Engine Room 2019: International Sound Art Competition
The winners for the 2019 International Sound Art Competition were selected by an award winning panel of judges including award winning composers and sound artists Scanner (British artist Robin Rimbaud), Kate Carr, and Eduard Solaz (Iklectik Art Lab), Camilo Salazar (Morley College – The Engine Room).
The Prizes for The Engine Room 2019 were as follows:
1st prize: Cash Prize £400 + a prize in kind donated by one of our sponsors
2nd prize: Cash Prize £250 + a prize in kind donated by one of our sponsors
3rd prize: Cash Prize £150 + a prize in kind donated by one of our sponsors
The Engine Room 2017: International Sound Art Competition.
The winners for the 2017 International Sound Art Competition were selected by the judges, Tony Herrington, Annie Mahtani and Janek Schaefer and were announced during the private view on Wednesday May 03, 2017.
The winners are as follows:
3rd prize: Nolan Lem (USA), Autonomous Sense Object. £100 + Digital subscription to The Wire.
This year’s competition attracted 177 entries from 30 countries across the globe. The final exhibition features the work of 20 finalists, including artists from France, Portugal, South Korea, Finland and the United States, as well as several UK artists. The works on display include sounds sampled from news reports and archived footage, installations that generate sound through resonance, and even some that can be described as “silent sound art”. Through a range of sensory experiences, visitors are encouraged by this year’s exhibition to consider the world around them and their place within it.