[resource-net] JUNE @ LIEBIG12 / BERLIN

liebig zwoelfe liebigzwoelfe at gmail.com
Tue Jun 4 13:42:26 CEST 2013

*Dear all,

*here the programm for June starting from this upcoming weekend.*

*I hope to see you around to share the magic of this brilliant
artists´s´s´s work.*

*Take yr time to read through while waiting for summer to come!

*Best wishes



*JUNE 7TH - 6pm / 11pm

*KONRAD KORABIEWSKI <http://www.paavirketsomkunetmenneskekanvaere.dk/> “Art
Book Orchestra” Performance *

*‘Affected as only a human being can
’ - exhibit of the interactive art book being the base of the art book

*The concert Art Book Orchestra consists of re-compositions of 10 original
sound art pieces incorporated in 10 different art books, entitled ‘Affected
as only a human being can
The live-concert presents artist Konrad Korabiewski performing and
interacting with the art books, as unconventional musical instruments
(live electronics).*

*Polish | Danish Konrad Korabiewski <http://korabiewski.com%20> (1978) is
an experimental multimedia artist, currently residing in east coast of

*As a sound-artist, composer and media artist, Konrad Korabiewski has a
minimalist, yet detail-oriented unconventional and experimental artistic
approach, characterized by a marked tendency to transgress various genres
and media.*

*Focused on absorption, content and substance of art rather than a certain
media, he experiments and develops new possibilities for expressing
philosophical views and artistic ideologies in sensing music and other art

Limbach<http://emitter19.blogsport.de/christoph-limbach/>/ Yair
Glotman <http://mephisto-wunderbar.com/>  / Pierce
* audiovisual performance using both analog and digital sound and video.*

*A Super8 projector is used to create analog images using expanded cinema
techniques such as film burning. These images are captured in real time,
modified digitally, and re-projected along with the Super8 images. A
synchronized sound track is created using tapes, bass, electric hums and
feedback – an improvised live set between dynamic electro-acoustic music
and visceral noise.*


*JUNE 9TH - 6pm / 11pm

*Montage Cinema Revived by the EMO-Synth
<http://www.emo-synth.com/content/montagecinema-revived-emo-synth>is the
final performance in a series realized by the **collective Office Tamuraj
and the curator Astrid David.** A renewing interactive multimedia system,
the EMO-Synth <http://www.emo-synth.com/content/about-emo-synth>(Produced &
Founded by new media artist Valery Vermeulen), plays a central role as well
as the emotional man-machine, based on artificial intelligence, affective
computing, psychophysiology, algorithmic music composition + sound and
image generation.*
*During performances and demonstrations the system automatically generates
and manipulates sounds and images to direct the user in certain predefined
emotional states. ** Emotional reactions are hereby measured and processed
by the means of biosensors that register various psychofysiological
parameters such as heart rate (ECG) and stress level (GSR, galvanic skin
*For the realisation of Montage Cinema Revived by the EMO-Synth, the
EMO-Synth is integrated into a cinematographic setting. *

*12 & 13.06 - 7pm **/ 11pm*

*Live performance/screening interacting with EMO-Synth hosting:

*Judith Hummel (dance) Klaus Janek (processed and acoustic double bass) Claudio
Rocchetti (electronics)*
 *During the performances at Liebig12, the EMO-Synth will automatically
generate ideal personalized soundtracks with maximal emotional impact that
accompany re-edited versions of dedicated experimental video material. *
* For the automatic music generation, synthesized as well as live music
sounds are used. ** The visuals remixed by the EMO- Synth will originate
from two different sources: *
* the experimental movie “Line-dot-plane” by visual artist Remco Roes *
* & The Phantom of the Opera” (1927) by Julian Rupert.*
* The performances of Montage Cinema Revived by the EMO-Synth rely on the
most recent prototype – Prototype 05.2 – of the EMO-Synth. *
* This prototype was realized during a residency and exhibition called
Tangible Feelings at the Center for Digital Cultures and Technologies
(iMAL, www.imal.org<http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.imal.org&h=6AQH6xAxC&s=1>)
in september 2011.*

JUNE 24TH  from 7pm

* *

Cristian Vogel is an electronic music composer. Vogel first began working
with electronic compositions in the late 1980s with the Cabbage Head
with Si
Begg <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Si_Begg>, among others). He
attended the University
of Sussex <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_Sussex>, under the
tutorship of Martin Butler
Harvey (composer)<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jonathan_Harvey_%28composer%29>and
graduated with a degree in 20th Century music, suffusing his
techno <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Techno> compositions with influences
from *musique concrète
<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musique_concr%C3%A8te>*and other
avant-garde <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avant-garde_music> styles.

In the early 1990s, Vogel issued two EPs on Dave
Magnetic North Records<http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Magnetic_North_Records&action=edit&redlink=1>label,
the first of which was the underground success,
*Infra*.[1] <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cristian_Vogel#cite_note-1> After
further solo EPs and collaborations with emerging UK techno artists
such as Neil
Vogel released his debut full-length, *Beginning to Understand*, in
1994 on Mille
Plateaux <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mille_Plateaux>, and subsequently
became the first UK techno artist to be signed to Berlin's Tresor
He also started the vinyl only label *Mosquito* with Si
on which he released both his own music and other artists', and is
considered to be one of the main founders of the No-Future collective that
was active in Brighton <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brighton> during the

Alongside Jamie Lidell <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jamie_Lidell>, he
formed the group Super
who released two albums, before Jamie Lidell saw fame with his Warp
*Multiply*. Cristian Vogel also sings and plays guitar in his band
project Night
of the Brain<http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Night_of_the_Brain&action=edit&redlink=1>,
whilst continuing to maintain a presence on the underground techno scene.

>From 2003 to 2010, he worked with the Swiss choreographer Gilles
composing electronic music scores for 6 of his contemporary dance pieces.

Over a 20 year career, Vogel has been sought after as a remixer and album
producer, having worked with artists such as
Maxïmo Park <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max%C3%AFmo_Park>, Chicks on
and Thom Yorke <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thom_Yorke>.
JUNE 26TH @ AUSLAND <http://www.ausland-berlin.de/> 9pm*

 *Here is a link to the forthcoming publication of a short paper on the
technical and creative process behind “ESELSBRÜCKE” released on SubRosa.*
*The paper will be published in issue #18 of Fylkingen’s Net Journal.*
*hz-journal.org/n18/vogel.html* <http://www.hz-journal.org/n18/vogel.html>

Liebigstrasse 12 - 10247 Berlin
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