Institute for Sonic Arts Research

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Inštitut za raziskovanje zvočnih umetnosti

Vodnikova 28, SI-1000 Ljubljana


Miha Ciglar



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386 (0) 40 512 603


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Institute for Sonic Arts Research 2010 Ultrasound Haptics Project Photo Nika Autor (2).jpgA prototype ultrasound instrument used to create and perform the improvisational composition Sonic beams / Acoustic shadows, for Ultrasound Haptics Project, by Miha Ciglar, Institute for Sonic Arts Research (IRZU) in 2010

The Institute for Sonic Arts Research (IRZU) was established in 2008 by Miha Ciglar, an audio engineer and sound artist working at the intersection of art and technology. IRZU is based on an interdisciplinary concept and produces works in the field of electro-acoustic music/inter-media performances and installations and conducts audio technology research and educational activities. Since 2009 it also organises the annual EarZoom Sonic Arts Festival.



Miha Ciglar regularly performs and lectures abroad. Among the recent projects run by the IRZU was the series of lectures on Theory and Techniques of Contemporary Music and the Ultrasound Haptics Project in 2010.

EarZoom Sonic Arts Festival

The EarZoom Sonic Arts Festival in Ljubljana features electro-acoustic performances, lectures, installations by invited foreign and domestic artists and sonic researchers. One of the aims of the festival in 2009 was to push the dialogue amongst the existing Slovene institutions which have already been involved in contemporary music and sonic arts but mainly on an individual basis. In 2010, the 6-day festival featured over 40 international scientists and artists. The EarZoom2012 will form a platform for the 38th International Computer Music Conference in Ljubljana in September 2012.

International cooperation

In 2010 IRZU co-founded T.R.A.C.E.S. – Transcultural Research, Artist, Curator Exchange Series together with Trans Cultures, Mons (BE), Nida Art Colony, Vilnius (LT), The Kitchen, Budapest (HU), Pixelache, Helsinki (FI), and MIGA Migrating Art Academies, Berlin (DE). The project is funded by the European Commission and has furthered the festival's aim to create a referential international platform for discussing the latest developments within audio technology research and the artistic trends of sonic practices.

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The Institute for Sonic Arts Research (IRZU) was established in 2008 by Miha Ciglar, an audio engineer and sound artist working at the intersection of art and technology. +
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