A video of the performance will follow soon.
Next Saturday (april, 18th) I will be in Hamburg for an audio-visual live performance with Daniel Chun (guitar) from Conserve the Sound.
The performance will be in the Hamburg Museum during the long night of the Museums. There are three slots for the performance, at 19:30 / 21:15 / 23:00.
See more details here
On Ash Wednesday will be the premiere of U_Turn, a generative sound- and ballet-installation, which is a collaboration with the choreographer David N. Russo. The installation will take place in the Munich Dome.
Here you can watch a teaser of the installation by the bavarian television.
My multichannel installation Verzweigung will be presented at the Now! Festival in Essen. The installation is running on november 14th and 15th at the Folkwang University of the Arts.
On may 18th was the premiere of Working with sounds, an interactive realtime installation, which gives visitors the possibility to create their own soundscapes and concrete compositions. It’s based on sound material, which origin is from an industrial context.
It was comissioned by the Industriemuseum Zeche Zollern in Dortmund due to the international museums day, where the EU-Project Work with sounds was introduced to the public.
Here are two examples of sounds, that visitors created:
Working with sounds 1
Working with sounds 2
Next week, Verzweigung will be presented at the the Hilltown New Music Festival in Castlepollard, Ireland. (20th & 21st july 2013).
Now in its sixth edition, the Hilltown New Music Festival continues to showcase Irish and International contemporary music and sonic art by presenting innovative new work to audiences and providing a sustainable place for contemporary arts in the Midlands.
Tonight I will participate at Hug the World.
Hug the World is a 6-hour-long worldwide telematic jam session, organized at Concordia Electroacoustics as part of the NAISA’s Deep Wireless Festival 2012.
The Jam session includes performances of artists from 50 locations around the world, including US, Canada, Costa Rica, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, UK, Ireland, Netherlands, Italy, Germany, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Spain, Greece, China, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand.
Audience around the world is invited to join the event’s webcast on the Deep Wireless Radio (http://www.naisa.ca/webcast/index.html) or locally at Concordia’s Music Department.
It will start at 09:00 pm (german time) and last six hours until 03:00 in the morning. Tune in!