bb15 Termine bb15 urn:uuid:bb15/at <![CDATA[ Wavering Worlds #10 ]]> urn:uuid:bb15/at/termine/Wavering_Worlds_10 2017-10-01T11:48:10Z <h1>Wavering Worlds #10 <small>Paul Gründorfer, Stefan Nussbaumer, Michael Fischer</small></h1><br /><div class='when'>Wann? <span>06.10.2017 19:30</span></div><div class='where'>Wo? <span></span></div><br /><br /><p><strong>Soundperformance</strong><br />October 6th, 19:30<br /><br />The series provides a platform for local and international artists/musicians, who oscillate between various musical and artistic genres. Within the framework of "Wavering Worlds", multiple forms of multi-media performances and concerts are presented.</p> <p><img src="/f/termine/Wavering_Worlds_10/flyer_bb15.png" alt="" width="600" height="376" /></p> <p><strong>T/A-Z </strong>is a temporary playground for experiments with sound, focusing on continuous ecosystems, speech, impulse and feedback.&nbsp;Working in different areas of sound research, Paul Gr&uuml;ndorfer, Stefan Nussbaumer and Michael Fischer will play in various constellations, using audio and visual feedback as a kind of extended concept for live improvisation.<br /><br />Paul Gr&uuml;ndorfer: Electronics<br />Stefan Nussbaumer: Electronics, Videosynth<br />Michael Fischer: Feedback Saxophone</p> <p><strong>Paul Gr&uuml;ndorfer</strong> works in the area of conceptual and procedural art, location-specific intervention, sound or language sculpture, and topics that deal with functional methods and the capture of spatial conditions. At the same time, process-related experimental setups are designed and variable or unstable systems are tested for their perceptibility and reception. His work focuses on processes that arise through the adaptation of found material to play with sound as a 'found-object'. Recent studies examine different connections between transmitter-receiver networks and at the same time deal abstractly with aspects of communication.<br /><a href="http://www.tricx.net" target="_blank">www.tricx.net</a><br /><br /><strong>Stefan Nussbaumer</strong> works at the interface between visual art and sound art. Originally from the visual arts (completed painting studies at the Wiener Hochschule f&uuml;r angewandte Kunst), he began in the early 2000s with algorithmic sound production, both for installative, artistic projects, as well as free improvisation in interplay with others Musicians and musicians. In his current work Stefan Nussbaumer follows the synaesthetic perception between sound and image. In this process, visual information (colors) are converted into control commands for the algorithmic sound generation by means of a self-developed smartphone application called "VideOSC". The resulting expression may be understood both as musical work and as an "extended pictorial space".<br /><a href="http://pustota.basislager.org/" target="_blank">http://pustota.basislager.org/</a><br /><br /><strong>Michael Fischer</strong>, musician-composer in improvised / experimental music and noise; works with saxophone, violin, soundscapes and instant composition conducting on the linguistic immobility of sounds, and since 1999 on the electroacoustic phenomenon feedback, elaboration of the feedback saxophone. Foundation of the Vienna Improvisers Orchestra 2004 with focus on experimental lyricism. Numerous projects with artists of the international improvisation scene and in cross-border contexts in Europe, Lebanon, USA and Japan. Guest lectures at the Peabody Inst.-The Johns Hopkins University of Maryland, Inst. For Linguistics Univ. for applied arts Vienna, University of Architecture Vaduz, Goethe Institute Palermo, Bruckner University Linz, etc.<br /><a href="http://m.fischer.wuk.at" target="_blank">http://m.fischer.wuk.at</a></p> <![CDATA[ A Vocabulary of Noise ]]> urn:uuid:bb15/at/termine/A_Vocabulary_of_Noise 2017-09-22T09:23:41Z <h1>A Vocabulary of Noise <small>Jan Adriaans, Monique Hendriksen, Marie-Andrée Pellerin, FAXEN</small></h1><br /><div class='when'>Wann? <span>26.09.2017 19:30, 23.09.2017 14:00</span></div><div class='where'>Wo? <span></span></div><br /><br /><p>In the framework of a group residency at bb15, Jan Adriaans (NL), Monique Hendriksen (NL), Marie-Andrée Pellerin (CA) and FAXEN collective (AT) develop a multi-event project in Linz that approaches the notion of noise and randomness on a conceptual level. Communication is considered as an interplay of pattern and randomness, a deterministic network infiltrated with errors, scratches and hiccups. These unpredictabilities shape the pattern again, in a constant process of adaptation. Noise keeps us from predicting the future. There is no blueprint we can draw conclusions from.</p> <div class="page" title="Page 2"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <div class="page" title="Page 2"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p><strong>Public Working Session</strong><br />September 23rd, starting at 14:00</p> <p><strong>Final Event</strong><br />September 26th, 19:30</p> <p><img src="/f/termine/A_Vocabulary_of_Noise/A Vocabulary of Noise bild.jpg" alt="" width="600" height="840" /></p> </div> </div> </div> <p>&nbsp;</p> </div> </div> </div> <![CDATA[ A Vocabulary of Noise ]]> urn:uuid:bb15/at/termine/A_Vocabulary_of_Noise 2017-09-22T09:23:41Z <h1>A Vocabulary of Noise <small>Jan Adriaans, Monique Hendriksen, Marie-Andrée Pellerin, FAXEN</small></h1><br /><div class='when'>Wann? <span>26.09.2017 19:30, 23.09.2017 14:00</span></div><div class='where'>Wo? <span></span></div><br /><br /><p>In the framework of a group residency at bb15, Jan Adriaans (NL), Monique Hendriksen (NL), Marie-Andrée Pellerin (CA) and FAXEN collective (AT) develop a multi-event project in Linz that approaches the notion of noise and randomness on a conceptual level. Communication is considered as an interplay of pattern and randomness, a deterministic network infiltrated with errors, scratches and hiccups. These unpredictabilities shape the pattern again, in a constant process of adaptation. Noise keeps us from predicting the future. There is no blueprint we can draw conclusions from.</p> <div class="page" title="Page 2"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <div class="page" title="Page 2"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p><strong>Public Working Session</strong><br />September 23rd, starting at 14:00</p> <p><strong>Final Event</strong><br />September 26th, 19:30</p> <p><img src="/f/termine/A_Vocabulary_of_Noise/A Vocabulary of Noise bild.jpg" alt="" width="600" height="840" /></p> </div> </div> </div> <p>&nbsp;</p> </div> </div> </div> <![CDATA[ Clouds (working title) ]]> urn:uuid:bb15/at/termine/Clouds_working_title_ 2017-09-26T15:48:32Z <h1>Clouds (working title) <small>Pio Rahner</small></h1><br /><div class='when'>Wann? <span>05.09.2017 19:30 - 12.09.2017</span></div><div class='where'>Wo? <span>bb15</span></div><br /><br /><div class="page" title="Page 2"> <div class="layoutArea"><strong>Exhibition Opening:</strong><br />September 5th, 19:30</div> <div class="layoutArea"><br /></div> <div class="layoutArea"><strong>Opening Hours:</strong><br />September 6th - 12th, 15:00 - 18:00 <br />Saturday/Sunday closed</div> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p><a data-flickr-embed='true' href='https://www.flickr.com/photos/bb15-offspace/albums/72157686597221390'><img src='https://c1.staticflickr.com/3/2919/33187485514_f28918643e_z.jpg' width='640' height='480' alt=''></a><script async src='//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js' charset='utf-8'></script></p> Pio Rahner was born in Offenburg. He lives and works in Bremen. Pio Rahner&rsquo;s works oscillate between conceptual photography and installation-sculpture. One of the main focuses of his practice is balancing his concentration on a specific object with the realization, production and positioning of the object in its surroundings. At bb15 he is preparing a new series that examines the architecture of the space and explores themes of protection and cosiness.<br />http://www.piorahner.de</div> </div> </div> <![CDATA[ Dead Plants and Living Objects ]]> urn:uuid:bb15/at/termine/Dead_Plants_and_Living_Objects 2017-08-31T16:27:17Z <h1>Dead Plants and Living Objects <small>Pierre Berthet & Rie Nakajima</small></h1><br /><div class='when'>Wann? <span>18.07.2017 19:30</span></div><div class='where'>Wo? <span>bb15</span></div><br /><br /><p class="spip"><strong>Sound Performance</strong> <br />July 18th, 19:30</p> <p class="spip"><a data-flickr-embed='true' href='https://www.flickr.com/photos/bb15-offspace/albums/72157685915960384'><img src='https://c1.staticflickr.com/3/2919/33187485514_f28918643e_z.jpg' width='640' height='480' alt=''></a><script async src='//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js' charset='utf-8'></script></p> <p class="spip">Tin cans, whistles, locomotive suspension springs, porcelain bowls, compressor top bells, ping pong balls, agave dry leaves, sponges, steel wires, branches, paper foils, plastic bags, silver papers, pink gloves, piano, balloons, buckets, feathers, water, scraps, peebles, flower pots, guitar, metal tubes, paulownia tree seeds, pearls, bamboo sticks, logs, bones, stones, filter queens...</p> <p class="spip">Pierre Berthet &amp; Rie Nakajima have been creating various ways to vibrate things so that their acoustic shadows dance around: invisible air volumes that reshape constantly, move in the space, enter in the most secret places and inside ourselves. A way to get closer to things inherent in spirits is to listen to them. Eventually encouraging them to produce sounds and resonate by various means: to hit, caress, shake, beat, scrape, scratch, claw, boil, clap, rattle, rock, throw, move, magnetize, clamp, cook, pinch, galvanize, motorize, bow, blow, pluck, heath up, let flow, freeze, drop, drip, connect, roll, mix, extend, sing...</p> <p class="spip"><strong>Rie Nakajima</strong> is a Japanese artist working with installations and performances that produce sound. Her works are most often composed in direct response to unique architectural spaces using a combination of kinetic devices and found objects. She has exhibited and performed widely both in the UK and overseas and has produced &lsquo;Sculpture&rsquo; with David Toop since 2013. With Keiko Yamamoto she has a music project 'O YAMA O' which explores music with no genre. She also has a collaborative project &lsquo;Dead Plants/Living Objects&rsquo; with Pierre Berthet.<a href="http://www.rienakajima.com/"><br />http://www.rienakajima.com/</a></p> <p class="spip"><strong>Pierre Berthet</strong> studied percussion at Brussels Conservatory and spent a lot of times in a bell tower, learning carillon and listening to the sounds. Studying with Garrett List (improvisation), Frederic Rzewski (composition) and Henri Pousseur (music theory) at Li&egrave;ge Conservatory in the nineties encouraged him to continue various things he did since his early childhood like throwing objects on the ground, shake them, hit them, caress them to hear what sounds come out ot them. Sounds of water drops falling on various materials always interested him a lot. Slowly slowly he started to prolounge various objects and instruments with long steel wires connected to can resonators suspended in the space, probably influenced by the works of people like Alvin Lucier, Terry Fox, Paul Panhuysen...Learned a lot also by playing several years with Arnold Dreyblatt&rsquo;s Orchestra of Exited Strings and also by dueting with Frederic Le Junter. Since the nineties he realize and exhibits indoor and outdoor sound and visual installations. Adapted to the place where they are exhibited, they are also materials for live performances.<a href="http://pierre.berthet.be"><br />http://pierre.berthet.be</a></p> <p class="spip">Realised with the support of:</p> <p class="spip"><img src="/f/termine/Dead_Plants_and_Living_Objects/logo_wbi_noir_haute_resolution.png" alt="" width="103" height="57" /></p> <![CDATA[ Path Out ]]> urn:uuid:bb15/at/termine/Path_Out 2017-05-29T14:01:17Z <h1>Path Out <small>Abdullah Karam / Georg Hobmeier / Causa Creations</small></h1><br /><div class='when'>Wann? <span>20.06.2017 19:30</span></div><div class='where'>Wo? <span>bb15</span></div><br /><br /><div class="page" title="Page 2"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"><strong>Lecture/Game</strong><br />June 20th, 19:30 <p><img src="/f/termine/Path_Out/PathOut660.jpg" alt="" width="600" height="386" /></p> </div> </div> </div> <p>In 2014, the young Syrian graphic artist Abdullah Karam and his brother left their hometown Hama to escape the brutal civil war. Together with Gamestudio Causa Creations, he tells his story in the form of a digital game, whose aesthetics stand in stark contrast to the seriousness of his experience. In a compact lecture, the designer Georg Hobmeier gives insights into the process and concept of Path Out.</p> <p><a title="path out" href="http://www.path-out.net" target="_blank">www.path-out.net<br /></a><a title="causa creations" href="http://www.causacreations.net" target="_blank">www.causacreations.net</a></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <![CDATA[ Challenger ]]> urn:uuid:bb15/at/termine/Challenger 2017-06-09T13:30:18Z <h1>Challenger <small>Jakub Vrba</small></h1><br /><div class='when'>Wann? <span>23.05.2017 19:30 - 30.05.2017</span></div><div class='where'>Wo? <span>bb15</span></div><br /><br /><p><strong>Exhibition Opening<br /></strong>May 23rd, 19:30</p> <p><strong>Opening Hours<br /></strong>May 24th - 30th, 15:00 - 18:00</p> <div><a data-flickr-embed='true' href='https://www.flickr.com/photos/bb15-offspace/albums/72157681662613442'><img src='https://c1.staticflickr.com/3/2919/33187485514_f28918643e_z.jpg' width='640' height='480' alt=''></a><script async src='//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js' charset='utf-8'></script></div> <p class="MsoNormal">The project takes its title from the Challenger V operation, a simulation of reconnaissance units in enemy controlled territory. In the swampy forests of the Czech Republic, probably somewhere between Moravia and Jižni Cechy, the 3rd Marine Division Reenactment Group/Vietnam 1966-67 continuously prepares for this recon operation, which hovers somewhere between live action roleplay and historical reenactment.</p> <p class="MsoNormal">The main part of the installation at bb15 is a silent, digitalized super8 film that was shot whilst accompanying the 3rd MDRG in the field, alongside objects and materials produced and collected between 2012 and 2016, when the artist was working with the reenactment group.</p> <p class="MsoNormal">Subjects such as duty, patriotism and honour are addressed, while the exhibition setting focuses particularly on the rituals and processes of transfiguration these subjects undergo through cinema&rsquo;s specific framings.</p> <p><a href="http://jakubvrba.com/" target="_blank">http://jakubvrba.com/</a></p> <![CDATA[ Collect / Diffuse ]]> urn:uuid:bb15/at/termine/Collect_Diffuse 2017-04-10T15:14:46Z <h1>Collect / Diffuse <small>Tim Shaw</small></h1><br /><div class='when'>Wann? <span>04.04.2017 19:00</span></div><div class='where'>Wo? <span></span></div><br /><br /><div class="column"><strong>Exhibition Opening and Soundwalk</strong><br />April 4th, 19:00</div> <p><strong>Opening Hours</strong><br />April 5th - 7th, 15:00 - 18:00</p> <p><a data-flickr-embed='true' href='https://www.flickr.com/photos/bb15-offspace/albums/72157679103972674'><img src='https://c1.staticflickr.com/3/2919/33187485514_f28918643e_z.jpg' width='640' height='480' alt=''></a><script async src='//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js' charset='utf-8'></script></p> <p>This work will be presented in two parts, a soundwalk and installation. The soundwalk will explore the diverse soundscapes of Linz through walking and listening. Participants are invited to join on an intuitive walk through the city whist attending to the everyday sounds that occur around us. The journey will conclude with a performance within the installation space at the bb15 gallery. The installation will be composed of an ecology of bells and speakers playing field recordings, sense data and analogue sound synthesis.<br /><br />Tim Shaw is concerned with listening, specifically how complex listening environments can be constructed using a diverse range of techniques and technologies. Employing extended field recording techniques, DIY electronics, self-constructed software, networked systems and acoustic spaces his practice supports heterogeneous approaches to listening, making work that attends to the diverse forms listening can take through digital media. From presenting soundwalks through &lsquo;naturally occurring&rsquo; environments to creating highly technical listening experiences, his artistic practice spans environmental sound art, digital media and performance making. He is interested in extended thinking around what the digital is and how this relates to all forms of artistic practice.<br /><a href="
https://tim-shaw.net/"> https://tim-shaw.net/</a></p> <p><img src="/f/termine/Collect_Diffuse/flyer Tim.jpg" alt="" /></p> <div class="page" title="Page 2"></div> <![CDATA[ Concert ]]> urn:uuid:bb15/at/termine/Tim_Shaw_Heinz_Riegler_-_Live_in_Concert 2017-04-04T08:47:40Z <h1>Concert <small>Tim Shaw & Heinz Riegler</small></h1><br /><div class='when'>Wann? <span>28.03.2017 19:00</span></div><div class='where'>Wo? <span></span></div><br /><br /><div class="page" title="Page 2"> <div class="layoutArea"><strong>Concert Tim Shaw &amp; Heinz Riegler</strong><br />March 28th, 19:00</div> </div> <div class="page" title="Page 2"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p class="MsoNormal" style="text-align: justify;"><a data-flickr-embed='true' href='https://www.flickr.com/photos/bb15-offspace/albums/72157682195885155'><img src='https://c1.staticflickr.com/3/2919/33187485514_f28918643e_z.jpg' width='640' height='480' alt=''></a><script async src='//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js' charset='utf-8'></script></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="text-align: justify;">As part of his 2-week residency at bb15, Tim Shaw invites Austrian artist and musician Heinz Riegler to perform alongside him for an impromptu response to the sounds of Linz. Drawing upon local field recordings, sound synthesis and acoustically stimulated found objects Shaw and Riegler will form a highly spatialised soundscape within the gallery space.</p> <div class="page" title="Page 2"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p><strong>Heinz Riegler</strong> is an Austrian born artist working between Australia and Europe. First emerging as a songwriter and performer in the late 1980s, Riegler has since expanded his output across video, installation and visual art.<br /><a href="http://www.heinzriegler.com/">http://www.heinzriegler.com/</a></p> <p><span style="background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial; font-family: arial; color: black;"><strong>Tim Shaw</strong> has worked internationally as an artist, performer, sound designer and researcher. His practice is situated within media art and draws upon soundscape and electroacoustic composition, performance making and DIY technology.He currently works as a lecturer in Digital Media at Culture Lab, Newcastle. Collaboration plays a central role in his approach, he has been lucky enough to make artistic work with Chris Watson, John Bowers and Sébastien Piquemal. Shaw has recently presented work at ARC, Switzerland (2016), Stereolux, France (2016), APO33, France (2016), Eastern Bloc, Canada (2016) and The Wired Lab, Australia (2016).</span><br /><a href="https://tim-shaw.net/">https://tim-shaw.net/</a></p> </div> </div> </div> <p class="MsoNormal" style="text-align: justify;">&nbsp;</p> </div> </div> </div> <![CDATA[ Wavering Worlds #9 ]]> urn:uuid:bb15/at/termine/Wavering_Worlds_9 2017-04-04T09:11:46Z <h1>Wavering Worlds #9 <small>junk & the beast</small></h1><br /><div class='when'>Wann? <span>14.03.2017 19:00</span></div><div class='where'>Wo? <span></span></div><br /><br /><p>The series provides a platform for local and international artists/musicians, who oscillate between various musical and artistic genres. Within the framework of "Wavering Worlds", multiple forms of multi-media performances and concerts are presented.</p> <div class="page" title="Page 2"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p><strong>Concert</strong><br />March 14th, 19:00</p> <p><a data-flickr-embed='true' href='https://www.flickr.com/photos/bb15-offspace/albums/72157682096713206'><img src='https://c1.staticflickr.com/3/2919/33187485514_f28918643e_z.jpg' width='640' height='480' alt=''></a><script async src='//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js' charset='utf-8'></script></p> <p>petr vrba: trumpet, clarinet, electronics <br />veronika mayer: electronics</p> <p>Veronika Mayer and Petr Vrba are both part of a very active scene of experimental and free improvised music. A spontaneous open air jam session gave birth to their experiments with air, beat frequencies and the subtle meandering of combination tones and smooth changes in intonation. During the last years their collaboration included changes of instruments, experiments with improvisational forms and concepts as well as detailed joint planned compositions.</p> <p>In its music the duo junk &amp; the beast creates a stirring atmosphere with the mixture of acoustic instruments and electronic sound generators, a balanced and fine-tuned organisation of sound with the creation and fusion of timbres and noise. Concentrated on the essence, they reach a radical clarity in transitions of dense to porous episodes and tension to release.</p> <p><a href="http://www.vrrrba.cz" target="_blank">www.vrrrba.cz</a><br /><a href="http://www.veronikamayer.com" target="_blank">www.veronikamayer.com </a></p> </div> </div> </div>