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Rock the Sun is a Sustainable Energy For All project
endorsed by the United Nations Foundation
1_to build a SolarSoundSystem
2_use it for presentations, DJ sets, and Vialka concerts in India
3_let it in Jaaga residency for next projects and partners
4_co develop an indo-swiss platform for energy education that can evolute with other solarsound projects
27 february - 10 March :_Bangalore residency at Jaaga
10 March 2012 19:00 :_Inauguration performance ( Vialka + dj set) at Jaaga auditorium
11 March 2012_14:00 :_demo and dj set afternoon at Jaaga auditorium
12 March 2012_10:00am :_demonstration+lecture at Srishti School of Art Design & Technology
16 March 2012 :_demonstration+lecture at DSI Engineering College
18 march 2012_18:30 :_performance ( Vialka + dj set) at "Vivanta by Taj" hotel, garden court, organised by Alliance française Pune
21 march 2012 :_performance ( Vialka + dj set) at the Soirée Franco-Suisse (Francophonie)
organised by the General Consulate of Switzerland in Bangalore and Alliance Française Bangalore.
Atelier2CE / Carles Cédric + VIALKA / Marylise Frecheville, Eric BorosWWW.VIALKA.COM
Vialka is a post-genre guitar and drums duo
Creatice Common Ground based in Bangalore, India, JAAGA seeks to nurture innovative endeavors by providing space, core infrastructure, and a diverse social environment.
A swiss NGO based in Lausanne, active in France and Switzerland in ENERGY EDUCATION, ITEXADER is certified by UNESCO.
A young and innovative technology enterprise based in the greater Zurich area. It is active in the renewable energy and sustainable technology sectors, in particular, through the application of solar photovoltaic.Vickram Crishna
«The Solar Sound Project is a deceptively simple use of technology to integrate into the art and culture of ordinary people, in lands where modern technology's impact is largely indirect. It will provide a bridge for artists, for whom circumstance has them on the deprived side of the economic and digital divides, to explore the opportunities of new media from their traditional strongholds.»
Vickram Crishna, Audio ingénior, technical partner Mumbay
Vickram Crishna is a familiar figure in India and abroad. His work in acoustic solutions has been to pioneer the use of distributed sound for outdoor concerts, transforming the concept by which audiences can be given a high quality sound experience.
To establish a link between sustainable development and culture.
To promote Swiss design and technology, and provoke Indo-Swiss exchange.
On-site construction of a socio-cultural and educational module with local partners.
To bring attention to energy-related and environmental problems.
To exchange practical experience using socio-cultural and educational tools.
To expand the visibility of the project on an international level, through our collective media contacts: national radio, television and press (who have already expressed great interest)
To offer a space for artistic expression independent of the electric system.