Freitag, 11. September 2020, 20:00 - 22:30
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Livestream | Hauptplatz 6, Glashörsaal C (H6.DG.04)

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Fri, 11.09.2020, 20:10 – 20:35 (UTC +2) merge and dissolve
Fri, 11.09.2020, 20:45 – 21:00 (UTC +2) FlashRust
Fri, 11.09.2020, 21:15 – 21:35 (UTC +2) Paul Gründorfer
Fri, 11.09.2020, 21:45 – 22:30 (UTC +2) A distributed location performance (2020)

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merge and dissolve

Thomas Grill (AT), Till Bovermann (DE), Kathrin Hunze (DE)

This performance involves three interactants, two predominantly working in the audio domain (Thomas Grill and Till Bovermann) and one focused on a visual counterpart (Kathrin Hunze). We generate and exchange streams of 1-bit audio, a signal representation with properties of both the digital and analog domains that we have been investigating in the artistic research project „Rotting Sounds – Embracing the Temporal Deterioration of Digital Audio“ (FWF PEEK AR445-G24). With simple switchboard matrix devices, we channel such bit streams between the individual performers and through simple processing modules, like delays, logical operators, etc., to generate feedback and interferences. These phenomena are made audible and also mirrored by a visual representation of particle streams, forming directed jets and point cloud aggregations.

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Thomas Gorbach (AT)

Not too much
… particles around its corpus – granular versus sliding – vibrating in various tempi

every day

… dusty and clear – short tap delay with LFO vary – accents – prolonging time with depth filled

till its end.

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Paul Gründorfer (AT)

Following the idea of sonority as temporary ubiquitous experience, this set will focus on continuous ecosystems, impulse and feedback. Using computer and small electronic devices built for transmission to pick up vibrations, it will question sound as a transitory but reappearing element (computer, amplifiers, HF-VLF signals).

Paul Gründorfer is currently working on installations and interventions that deal with functional methods and question spatial conditions. He develops process-related test structures and examines variable or unstable systems for their perceptibility and reception.

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A distributed location performance (2020)

AWNJS All Women’s Networked Jam Session

The “All Women’s Networked Jam Session” manifests as an opening in space, time, and subjectivity, providing a locus of interaction between femme artists working in diverse media and diverse cultural and spatial contexts. This event seeks to negotiate and celebrate the forms of distance between an act and its reception. Latencies become sites for discovery and discourse, creating and revealing communities.

Performers: Anat Ben-David, Tina Frank, Panja Göbel, Gabriela Gordillo, Krõõt Juurak, Melissa E. Logan, Alex Murray-Leslie, Ximena Alarcón, Catharine Cary, Sophia Efstathiou, Unnur Andrea Einarsdottir, Amanda Fayant, Tina Havelock Stevens, Ada Hoel, Cat Hope, Kamura Obscura, Michelle Rassmussen and Angélique Willkie.

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