voyage [voi•iage] noun


  1. an ambitious journey or expedition from one place to another by land or sea.
  2. Often, voyages. journeys or travels as the subject of a written account, or the account itself: “the voyages of Marco Polo.”

VOIIAGE.ORG is a free, experimental multimedia project providing a platform for stories and art from around the world.

Born into existence in 2014 it slowly expands and deepens the forms of expression it presents. It is a place where the space between pictures, sound, words and time is born, explored, captured and broken. Here various forms of art come together to create vivid, modern, aesthetic collaborations, all freely accessible. The creation process becomes more collaborative as more people get involved. The vision is a decentralised, collaborative, worldwide network of artists, traveling storytellers and designers working together to create free, inspiring, aesthetic and well-produced content for everyone.

The people behind VOIIAGE.ORG

 

Musicians

 

Nicolas Jaar

Chilean music producer, mixing engineer, and dj based in ny.

nicolasjaar.net

Alt-J

Band from Leeds, UK.

altjband.com

Bon Iver

Band from Eau Claire, WI.

boniver.org

Marco Donnarumma

Performing bodies, sounds and machines. 

marcodonnarumma.com

Eliane Radigue

Éliane Radigue (born January 24, 1932) is a French electronic music composer. She began working in the 1950s and her first compositions were presented in the late 1960s.

bit.ly/2vuNlfz

Colin Stetson

Colin Stetson is an American saxophonist and multireedist.

colinstetson.com

visual storytellers

 

katharina jung

photographer/film maker

www.indpndt-photoart.de

ramin aryaie

photographer/film maker/web designer

raminkrause.com

georjie

photographer/film maker

georjie.com

lisa māia ambrose

dancer/healer/yoga teacher 

studiotula.nz

vincent moon

film maker/sound engineer

 vincentmoon.com

Priscilla Telmon

photographer/film maker

 priscillatelmon.com

ilan cohen

director

vimeo.com/ilan 

photograph by Robin Demoucron

julia soler

photographer

www.juliasoler.com

photograph by Marc Regas