[resource-net] MAY THE FORCE BE WITH US @ LIEBIG12 // BERLIN
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*ANNA FRIZ / KONRAD KORABIEWSKI *
“Telefunken Twins”, a radiophonic piece.
Two performance works for multi-channel radio, featuring two vintage
Telefunken Bajazzo radio/cassette decks, multiple micro-FM transmitters,
and a chorus of supporting radio receivers.
The artists employ lo-fi instruments, spectral monitoring, and intricate
feedback systems to craft an expressive and intimate world from the
sensuality of signal and noise.
By working with small-scale circuits of transmission in performance, *Friz*
and *Korabiewski* seek to transform radio away from its everyday role as
an apparatus of entertainment or information diffusion; instead proposing
radio as instrument, as landscape, and as a poetic space of reverie.
*Anna Friz *and *Konrad Korabiewski *are running the independent art
organization *Skálar --Centre for Sound Art and Experimental Music*, which
acts as both an artist collective and a curatorial platform, and produces a
nomadic festival and international exchanges.
*Anna Friz* is a Canadian sound and radio artist currently based in Berlin.
She specializes in multi-channel transmission systems for installation,
performance, and broadcast, where radio is the source, subject and medium
of the work.
Polish | Danish | Iceladic *Konrad Korabiewski *(1978), is s an
award-winning multimedia artist, currently in the Berliner Künstlerprogramm
des DAAD residency.
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
He experiments and develops new possibilities for sensing and expressing
philosophical views and artistic ideologies.
His pioneering and prize awarded crossover, interactive art-book project
Affected As Only A Human Being Can Be (2010), has been exhibited and
performed last year at Liebig12 Berlin.
more under: nicelittlestatic.com/about , konradkorabiewski.blog.com
*OLAF HOCHHERZ & SEIJI MORIMOTO *Duo (electronics/feedback)
*SEIJI MORIMOTO & NICOLAS WIESE *Duo (electronics/feedback)
*OLAF HOCHHERZ & NICOLAS WIESE *Duo (electronics/feedback)
*Nicolas Wiese*, born 1976, is an audiovisual artist, graphic designer and
electroacoustic musician also know for his activity as curator at Quiet Cue
Exploring spatial/temporal perception,the deconstruction/reconstruction of
found and collected material from everyday life and the relationship
between their specific context and his mass mediatic re-location, Nicolas
has been already working as artists in Residence at Liebig12 reconfiguring
the space qualities under extremely suggestive aspects.
*Seiji Morimoto,* born in Tokyo 1971, studied musicology at the Kunitachi
College of Music and specialized in John Cage´s electronic compositions
while developing his own sound sound performances, installations and
Seiji has been guest at Liebig12 last march developing a performative site
specific installation with artist Makoto Oshiro.
*Olaf Hochherz*,born 1981 in Wuppertal/Germany.
Parallel to the education in composition he started to improvise with self
build electronic instruments focussing in unstable systems. His goal is not
to control a technical aperture but to create associatives fields within
the effects acoustic activity has, relating to specific environments their
electric and magnetic conditions and the instruments.
more under: *nicolaswiese.com <http://nicolaswiese.com/> , *
seijimorimoto.com <http://www.seijimorimoto.com/> , *hochherz.klingt.org/
*XUPSTAR* - performative lecture
a collaborative platform for music and performance art based in New York
City and co-founded by artist *Patrick Monte* and composer/bassist *Brian
Questa*. XUPSTAR has developed work in several media centered around ideas
of endur- ance, constraint, and attention span.
XUPSTAR’s composition process uses non-stop long-form improvisation as a
generative source of musical material that undergoes digital restructuring
and recombination for multi-channel sound works, film scores, and
In June 2014, XUPSTAR’s multi-channel electroacous- tic music
SMELLS”* will premiere at *C60 Collaboratorium in Berlin* during the
presentation of *USAP (Urban Solar Audio Plant)*, a 12-channel, solar
WI-FI controlled sound installation for urban spaces.
A performative lecture at Liebig12 will illustrate this piece and their
general artistic approach, moderated by *Edwin Cotton*, american singer and
friend based in Hamburg.
*Patrick Monte* is an interdisciplinary artist, multi-instrumentalist, and
composer born and raised in Queens, NY. His previous work spans a range of
media including photography, video, installation, sound, and performance
and has explored issues including the impacts of technology on
subjectivity, social disconnectedness, and obsolescence.
*Brian Questa* is a New York native avant-garde bassist and composer.
*DOUG VAN NORT *- performance
is an experimental musician and sound artist/researcher.
His instruments are self-made and idiosyncratic systems that explore a
sculptural approach working with sound, and improvisation in partnership
with machine processes.
Recent projects have spanned telematic music compositions, transforming an
elevator into an electroacoustic sculpture, interactive textiles, creating
+ performing with machine listening+improvising systems, interactive music
composition for a dance piece based on muscle sound, and performing
sonified data streams from NASA’s Kepler mission.
More under: www.xupstar.com , *http://dvntsea.weebly.com/
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