bb15 Termine bb15 urn:uuid:bb15/at <![CDATA[ Wavering Worlds #12 ]]> urn:uuid:bb15/at/termine/Wavering_Worlds_12 2018-05-11T07:25:08Z <h1>Wavering Worlds #12 <small>Janneke van der Putten - Un/natural Fields</small></h1><br /><div class='when'>Wann? <span>05.06.2018 19:30</span></div><div class='where'>Wo? <span>bb15</span></div><br /><br /><p><strong>Sound Performance</strong><br />June 5th, 7:30 pm</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Janneke van der Putten</strong></p> <p>Janneke van der Putten creates performances where she uses her voice as a physical and sonic material. Singing with different extended techniques, her performances are inspired by rich sound textures. Listening to their minimal changes and variations and responding to the acoustics of the space, Van der Putten works with the (un)controllable possibilities of her instrument. Often the performances are done without electronic amplification in a resonant place.</p> <p><img src="/f/termine/Wavering_Worlds_12/deel 3_photo TAAK - Cobra Museum_performance Janneke van der Putten_2017_web.jpg" alt="" /></p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in;"><a href="http://jannekevanderputten.nl/" target="_blank"><em>http://jannekevanderputten.nl/</em></a></p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in;">&nbsp;</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in;"><em><strong>Un/natural Fields</strong></em></p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in;"><em>Un/natural Fields </em>is a new project in which Michael McDermott and William <span style="font-family: Helvetica, sans-serif;">"</span>Bilwa<span style="font-family: Helvetica, sans-serif;">"</span> Costa juxtapose two solo projects, the organic imagined landscapes of the McDermott's <em>Echozoo</em> works in progress and Costa&rsquo;s u<em>nnatural field recordings</em>. Together they create an imaginary listening experience akin to magical realism.</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in;"><img src="/f/termine/Wavering_Worlds_12/unnatural_fields_01.jpg" alt="" /></p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in;">Audio: <em><a href="https://soundcloud.com/bilwa/sets/un-natural-fields" target="_blank">https://soundcloud.com/bilwa/sets/un-natural-fields</a></em></p> <p><br />Michael McDermott</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in;">Composer / sound artist Michael McDermott is currently working on a multi-year sonic design project recreating the sounds of extinct animals and environment called <em>Echozoo</em>. Part of this project has involved extended artist residencies in North and South America, Europe and Asia field recording biophonic and geophonic environments for use in sound designing <em>Echozoo</em>. His hope with this project is bring a deeper awareness and connection through listening by imagining the sounds of creatures that no longer live on our planet. Part of the process involves performing and presenting evolving landscapes of these recorded and manipulated environments. The processing of these field recordings implements McDermott&rsquo;s &ldquo;Sonic Photography&rdquo; techniques which include: filtering colors / density, transparency, space, modulation (time based), pitch, shape (edges), duration, augmentation, perspective. For concerts these techniques are applied real-time in an improvised performance.</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in;"><em><a href="http://mikronesia.com" target="_blank">mikronesia.com<br /><br /></a></em></p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in;">William <span style="font-family: Helvetica, sans-serif;">"</span>Bilwa<span style="font-family: Helvetica, sans-serif;">"</span> Costa</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in;"><em>unnatural field recordings</em>&nbsp;are recordings comprised of man-made, digital, analogue, and mechanical sounds, as well as many other incidental sounds, which make up a city's soundscape on metros and in public spaces. The palette of sounds is ever changing, and include recordings from various cities including: Istanbul, Mexico City, Shanghai, Beijing, Tokyo, NY, Berlin, Vienna, Prague, etc. William "Bilwa" Costa is a Berlin-based sound artist, experimental musician, performer, and composer.</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in;"><em><a href="https://williambilwacosta.com" target="_blank">williambilwacosta.com</a></em></p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in;">&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Wavering Worlds</strong></p> <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> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><em>Van der Putten&rsquo;s travel to Austria is made possible with the support of</em><span>&nbsp;CBK Rotterdam (Centre for Visual Arts Rotterdam).&nbsp;<img src="/f/termine/CBK logo RGB_100.jpg" alt="" /></span></p> <![CDATA[ Presentation - Voice and Space ]]> urn:uuid:bb15/at/termine/Presentation-_Voice_and_Space 2018-04-12T16:54:34Z <h1>Presentation - Voice and Space <small>Janneke van der Putten</small></h1><br /><div class='when'>Wann? <span>03.06.2018 18:00</span></div><div class='where'>Wo? <span>bb15</span></div><br /><br /><p>Final public presentation of the previous workshop.<br />Doors open 5:45, start at 6pm.</p> <p>For more than ten years Janneke van der Putten's own voice has been an essential medium for her interactions with landscape, space and contexts, in connection with e.g. natural phenomena, mythologies, cycles and time. In addition to her studies of textile design and Artistic Research Janneke van der Putten learned the North Indian singing "Dhrupad" with Amelia Cuni and Marianne Sva&scaron;ek in Berlin and Rotterdam. The learned technique has been essential for her understanding of the voice as a physical experience and less as a medium for speech or even singing. &ndash; "How can I travel with my voice, my jaw, tongue, spittle, and breath?"</p> <p>Links:</p> <p>Previous workshops<br /><a href="http://jannekevanderputten.nl/tag/workshops/" target="_blank">http://jannekevanderputten.nl/tag/workshops/</a></p> <p>Reactions participants previous workshops<br /><a href="http://jannekevanderputten.nl/work/reactions-workshop-voice-and-space/" target="_blank">http://jannekevanderputten.nl/work/reactions-workshop-voice-and-space/</a></p> <p>Website<br /><a href="http://www.jannekevanderputten.nl/" target="_blank">www.jannekevanderputten.nl</a></p> <p>Social Media<br /><a href="https://www.facebook.com/jannekevanderputten.nl/" target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/jannekevanderputten.nl/</a></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Biography</p> <p>Janneke van der Putten (Amsterdam, 1985) is a visual artist and vocalist based in Rotterdam. Her practice involves experiences of listening, performances, sound and video, documentations in image/text/textile, workshops, music projects, and creating platforms for cultural exchange. Her voice is her main tool, guiding her through physical and sonic explorations in different landscapes. Engaging with specific sites and local contexts, and through her personal experiences, she investigates (human) responses to her surroundings, and their relation to natural phenomena and transitions, such as the sunrise.</p> <p>She graduated with a BDes from TXT (Textile), Gerrit Rietveld Academy (Amsterdam, 2003 &ndash; 2009) and completed her MMus in Artistic Research, Royal Academy of Art &amp; Royal Conservatoire (The Hague, 2011 &ndash; 2013). Van der Putten trained in classical North-Indian Dhrupad singing with Amelia Cuni and Marianne Sva&scaron;ek (Berlin &amp; Rotterdam, 2009 &ndash; 2014) and is autodidact in various extended vocal techniques. She is co-curator of the Aloardi Exchange Programme, inviting Peruvian artists to present their work in the Schengen Area (2016 &ndash; 2017). The project &lsquo;Invisible Architecture&rsquo; with Christian&nbsp;Galarreta, for which they published a vinyl in 2014, has been presented at amongst others exhibition Make the Audition: Meetings Between Art and Sound in Peru, Museo de Arte Contempor&aacute;neo (Lima, 2016) and nxnwfestival (Cologne, 2015). She was artist-in-residence at the Centre international d&rsquo;art et du paysage (&Icirc;le de Vassivi&egrave;re, 2014), and exhibited with solo shows All Begins With A at TENT (Rotterdam, 2015), Directed to the Sun in Quartier am Hafen (Cologne, 2017) and Quitsa at CINNNAMON (Rotterdam, 2017). Upcoming will be a fellowship at Akademie Schloss Solitude (Stuttgart, 2019).&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Janneke van der Putten&rsquo;s travel to Austria is supported by CBK Rotterdam (Centre for Visual Arts Rotterdam).</p> <div><img src="http://bb15.at/f/termine/Workshop_Voice_and_Space/CBK%20logo%20RGB_100.jpg" alt="" /></div> <![CDATA[ Workshop - Voice and Space ]]> urn:uuid:bb15/at/termine/Workshop_Voice_and_Space 2018-04-20T19:42:59Z <h1>Workshop - Voice and Space <small>Janneke van der Putten</small></h1><br /><div class='when'>Wann? <span>03.06.2018</span></div><div class='where'>Wo? <span>bb15/public space</span></div><br /><br /><p><img src="/f/termine/Workshop_Voice_and_Space/workshop voice and space_photo 3 Jari Ortwig_Cologne 2017_660.jpg" alt="" /><span>(Quartier am Hafen, Cologne in 2017) copyright&nbsp;</span><span>Jari Ortwig</span></p> <p>For more than ten years Janneke van der Putten's own voice has been an essential medium for her interactions with landscape, space and contexts, in connection with e.g. natural phenomena, mythologies, cycles and time. In addition to her studies of textile design and Artistic Research Janneke van der Putten learned the North Indian singing "Dhrupad" with Amelia Cuni and Marianne Sva&scaron;ek in Berlin and Rotterdam. The learned technique has been essential for her understanding of the voice as a physical experience and less as a medium for speech or even singing. &ndash; "How can I travel with my voice, my jaw, tongue, spittle, and breath?"</p> <p>This workshop explores the voice in relation to a spatial experience. Through a Deep Listening session and blind-folded sound walk we will explore our senses and become more aware of our own body, movements and sounds. We will continue with a simple body warm up followed up by a basic vocal exercise. The workshop will consist of group interventions and performances, exploring the acoustics and characteristics of the space, using amongst other our own voices. We will reflect in drawing and conversation.</p> <p>No prior singing experience is needed. Please bring comfortable clothes, gymnastic mats or blankets. Participation fee is &euro;5.</p> <p>The Workshop will take place on the 3rd of June from 2 to 6:30pm with a public presentation at 6pm.</p> <p>Please send registrations for the workshop with a short motivation to:</p> <p>info@jannekevanderputten.nl</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Links:</p> <p>Previous workshops<br /><a href="http://jannekevanderputten.nl/tag/workshops/" target="_blank">http://jannekevanderputten.nl/tag/workshops/</a></p> <p>Reactions participants previous workshops<br /><a href="http://jannekevanderputten.nl/work/reactions-workshop-voice-and-space/" target="_blank">http://jannekevanderputten.nl/work/reactions-workshop-voice-and-space/</a></p> <p>Website<br /><a href="http://www.jannekevanderputten.nl" target="_blank">www.jannekevanderputten.nl</a></p> <p>Social Media<br /><a href="https://www.facebook.com/jannekevanderputten.nl/" target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/jannekevanderputten.nl/</a></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Biography</p> <p>Janneke van der Putten (Amsterdam, 1985) is a visual artist and vocalist based in Rotterdam. Her practice involves experiences of listening, performances, sound and video, documentations in image/text/textile, workshops, music projects, and creating platforms for cultural exchange. Her voice is her main tool, guiding her through physical and sonic explorations in different landscapes. Engaging with specific sites and local contexts, and through her personal experiences, she investigates (human) responses to her surroundings, and their relation to natural phenomena and transitions, such as the sunrise.</p> <p>She graduated with a BDes from TXT (Textile), Gerrit Rietveld Academy (Amsterdam, 2003 &ndash; 2009) and completed her MMus in Artistic Research, Royal Academy of Art &amp; Royal Conservatoire (The Hague, 2011 &ndash; 2013). Van der Putten trained in classical North-Indian Dhrupad singing with Amelia Cuni and Marianne Sva&scaron;ek (Berlin &amp; Rotterdam, 2009 &ndash; 2014) and is autodidact in various extended vocal techniques. She is co-curator of the Aloardi Exchange Programme, inviting Peruvian artists to present their work in the Schengen Area (2016 &ndash; 2017). The project &lsquo;Invisible Architecture&rsquo; with Christian&nbsp;Galarreta, for which they published a vinyl in 2014, has been presented at amongst others exhibition Make the Audition: Meetings Between Art and Sound in Peru, Museo de Arte Contempor&aacute;neo (Lima, 2016) and nxnwfestival (Cologne, 2015). She was artist-in-residence at the Centre international d&rsquo;art et du paysage (&Icirc;le de Vassivi&egrave;re, 2014), and exhibited with solo shows All Begins With A at TENT (Rotterdam, 2015), Directed to the Sun in Quartier am Hafen (Cologne, 2017) and Quitsa at CINNNAMON (Rotterdam, 2017). Upcoming will be a fellowship at Akademie Schloss Solitude (Stuttgart, 2019).&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Janneke van der Putten&rsquo;s travel to Austria is supported by CBK Rotterdam (Centre for Visual Arts Rotterdam).</p> <div><img src="/f/termine/Workshop_Voice_and_Space/CBK logo RGB_100.jpg" alt="" /></div> <![CDATA[ Wavering Worlds #11 ]]> urn:uuid:bb15/at/termine/Wavering_Worlds_11_Cyborg_Art_Collective_-_Project_Key_Code 2018-04-16T21:35:59Z <h1>Wavering Worlds #11 <small>Cyborg Art Collective - Project Key Code</small></h1><br /><div class='when'>Wann? <span>23.04.2018 19:30</span></div><div class='where'>Wo? <span></span></div><br /><br /><p><strong>Sound Performance</strong><br />April 23rd, 19:30</p> <p><img src="/f/termine/Wavering_Worlds_11_Cyborg_Art_Collective_-_Project_Key_Code/General Discrp (verschoben).png" alt="" width="599" height="306" /></p> <p>In everyday life, social media platforms have become a fundamental means of communication. Within Facebook, Twitter and Whatsapp for example, dialogs primarily take place as texts, where the emotional context usually associated with the intonation of spoken words is missing. Project Key Code is a multidisciplinary collaboration that questions the way information is conveyed over digital platforms. In this research, by rethinking the design and use of the computer keyboard, Cyborg Art Collective aims at providing an extra musical layer to digital dialogs. The performers type messages expressing their emotions, using a hybrid between musical composition and conversation.<br /><br />The Cyborg Art Collective is a multidisciplinary group with dynamic cooperative characteristics and do not operate from a fixed location. In their projects, they question conventional technologies and everyday life through philosophical and scientific approach. <br />http://CyArCo.com</p> <p>Wavering Worlds<span style="font-size: 12px; font-style: normal; font-variant-ligatures: normal; font-variant-caps: normal; font-weight: 400; letter-spacing: normal; text-align: left; text-indent: 0px; text-transform: none; white-space: pre-wrap; word-spacing: 0px; -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px; background-color: #ffffff; text-decoration-style: initial; text-decoration-color: initial; display: inline !important; float: none; font-family: system-ui, -apple-system, system-ui, &quot;.SFNSText-Regular&quot;, sans-serif; color: #1d2129;"><br /></span>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> <![CDATA[ As long as there is time to sleep ]]> urn:uuid:bb15/at/termine/As_long_as_there_is_time_to_sleep1 2018-04-24T10:02:07Z <h1>As long as there is time to sleep <small>Yoojin Lee</small></h1><br /><div class='when'>Wann? <span>10.04.2018 19:30</span></div><div class='where'>Wo? <span></span></div><br /><br /><div class="page" title="Page 1"> <div class="section" style="background-color: rgb(100.000000%, 100.000000%, 100.000000%);"><a data-flickr-embed='true' href='https://www.flickr.com/photos/bb15-offspace/albums/72157668174262238'><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> <div class="section" style="background-color: rgb(100.000000%, 100.000000%, 100.000000%);"><br /></div> <div class="section" style="background-color: rgb(100.000000%, 100.000000%, 100.000000%);"><em>&lsquo;It started from being a night owl.&rsquo; </em></div> <div class="section" style="background-color: rgb(100.000000%, 100.000000%, 100.000000%);"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p>Sleep is, naturally, incompatible with what the world of uninterrupted operation demands and promotes as an ideal norm. It is overlooked and everyday, to such a degree that it could be presented as banal and sinful. Yet this biological banality common to all living animals has an intrinsic potential. It defies being logically understood and utilized. It is a quiet, unnoticed form of resistance that happens individually but is shared in its universality. It remains as a sign of shared time, participating in the world by its mere being there. A sleeping body, a sleeping being, is vulnerable and intimate. And very present.</p> <p>What does a sleeping being become against the backdrop of a world that is lit 24 hours? What does this state of repose mean when there is no time to pause? How can one exist as a sleeping thing? Can one dream of hibernation and its potentialities? What does it mean to have an asynchronous biological clock? What lullaby could one sing?</p> <p>Based on her publication As long as there is time to sleep (2016), Yoojin Lee composed a body of works that takes its chapters as points of entry into the fluctuating textures of sleep:<br /> 0.. Lie down: a prelude<br /> 1.. Introduction<br />2.. Artificial stars<br />3.. SLEEPY&rsquo;S<br /> 4.. I like to stay horizontal<br /> 5.. Who falls asleep?<br /> 6.. To sleep in a world without lullaby<br /> Intermission..<br /> 7.. While there&rsquo;s still time<br /> 8.. Dormant buds on twigs<br /> 9.. Ostriches are diurnal but may be active on moonlit nights</p> <p>Yoojin Lee is interested in ways of being set against the ways of being we are given. She likes to sleep a lot and take long walks in the nighttime. She graduated from Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, in 2016 and is currently based in London. <br /><a href="http://www.nijooy.com/" target="_blank">http://www.nijooy.com/</a></p> <div><span style="font-size: 11pt; line-height: 115%;" lang="UZ-CYR">As a part and an extension of the show, radio broadcasts will take place&nbsp;</span><span style="font-size: 11pt;">on </span><a style="font-size: 11pt;" href="https://jajajaneeneenee.com/" target="_blank">Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee</a><span style="font-size: 11pt;"> (Amsterdam), </span><a style="font-size: 11pt;" href="https://www.fro.at/" target="_blank">Radio Fro</a><span style="font-size: 11pt;"> (Linz) and </span><a style="font-size: 11pt;" href="http://roundedradio.com/" target="_blank">Rounded Radio</a><span style="font-size: 11pt;"> (London).</span></div> </div> </div> </div> </div> <![CDATA[ Searchlights ]]> urn:uuid:bb15/at/termine/Tales_from_the_Oral_Imaginar 2018-04-24T10:02:22Z <h1>Searchlights <small>Susannah Stark</small></h1><br /><div class='when'>Wann? <span>30.01.2018 19:30 - 06.02.2018</span></div><div class='where'>Wo? <span>bb15</span></div><br /><br /><p><a data-flickr-embed='true' href='https://www.flickr.com/photos/bb15-offspace/albums/72157663757007837'><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> <div class="page" title="Page 2"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column">Susannah Stark focuses on the mystical qualities of the voice and its placement in urban spaces, to question how images are used in a technology-driven, digital and capitalist culture. She has an interest in the mouth as modulator which shapes and organises culture, both as a bodily organ and a machine. With many works questioning how voices function and are conventionally used within the context of public space, she re-inhabits popular narrative and song to challenge material hierarchies. Often involving collaboration and inspired by writings on the ancient greek Cynics - she merges the economic, cultural, spiritual and personal into a narration of the contradictions of contemporary living, using digital media, sound, and song.</div> <div class="column"><br /><a href="http://susannahstark.com/ " target="_blank">http://susannahstark.com/ </a><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /></div> </div> </div> <![CDATA[ ∆∏ ̇·^¬ Devices Presentation / Concert ]]> urn:uuid:bb15/at/termine/_Devices_-_Marloes_van_Son_Workshop1 2018-01-12T11:00:12Z <h1>∆∏ ̇·^¬ Devices Presentation / Concert <small>Marloes van Son</small></h1><br /><div class='when'>Wann? <span>12.12.2017 19:30</span></div><div class='where'>Wo? <span></span></div><br /><br /><p><strong>Presentation / Concert</strong><br />12th December 2017, 19:30</p> <p><a data-flickr-embed='true' href='https://www.flickr.com/photos/bb15-offspace/albums/72157692145216105'><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>Marloes van Son builds systems, installations and instruments. The electromechanical objects that she develops explore natural phenomena and everyday appliances. By repurposing ordinary objects she aims to create unusual, yet familiar experiences. Her recent work focuses on sound compositions, alternative scores and instrument building.<br />www.marloesvanson.nl</p> <p>There will be a workshop for 10-12 participants with Marloes van Son on 8th and 9th of December 2017.<br /> Participants can explore experimental sound devices by building their own versions. The results will be presented as a collaborative performance on 12th December 2017,19:30.</p> <p>Please sign up for the workshop here: office@bb15.at</p> <p><img src="/f/termine/_Devices_-_Marloes_van_Son_Workshop1/Marloe web1.jpg" alt="" /></p> <![CDATA[ ∆∏ ̇·^¬ Devices Workshop ]]> urn:uuid:bb15/at/termine/_Devices_-_Marloes_van_Son_Workshop 2018-01-12T11:21:01Z <h1>∆∏ ̇·^¬ Devices Workshop <small>Marloes van Son</small></h1><br /><div class='when'>Wann? <span>08.12.2017 13:00 - 09.12.2017 19:00</span></div><div class='where'>Wo? <span></span></div><br /><br /><p><a data-flickr-embed='true' href='https://www.flickr.com/photos/bb15-offspace/albums/72157692145216105'><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><strong>Workshop</strong><br />8th to 9th December 2017 13:00 - 19:00</p> <p>Marloes van Son builds systems, installations and instruments. The electromechanical objects that she develops explore natural phenomena and everyday appliances. By repurposing ordinary objects she aims to create unusual, yet familiar experiences. Her recent work focuses on sound compositions, alternative scores and instrument building.<br />www.marloesvanson.nl</p> <p>There will be a workshop for 10-12 participants with Marloes van Son on 8th and 9th of December 2017.<br /> Participants can explore experimental sound devices by building their own versions. The results will be presented as a collaborative performance on 12th December 2017,19:30.</p> <p>Please sign up for the workshop here: office@bb15.at</p> <p><img src="/f/termine/_Devices_-_Marloes_van_Son_Workshop/cardbox.jpg" alt="" width="600" height="493" /></p> <![CDATA[ Wavering Worlds #10 ]]> urn:uuid:bb15/at/termine/Wavering_Worlds_10 2018-01-12T11:22:16Z <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</p> <p><a data-flickr-embed='true' href='https://www.flickr.com/photos/bb15-offspace/albums/72157689318392622'><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>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 2017-10-26T20:28:33Z <h1>A Vocabulary of Noise <small>Jan Adriaans, Monique Hendriksen, Marie-Andrée Pellerin, FAXEN</small></h1><br /><div class='when'>Wann? <span>23.09.2017 14:00, 26.09.2017 19:30</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> <p><a data-flickr-embed='true' href='https://www.flickr.com/photos/bb15-offspace/albums/72157686607805002'><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><br />Fotos: Jan Adriaans</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>&nbsp;</p> <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>