€11.79

Blind Signal / Marisol Jimenez and Andreas Trobollowitsch

Event Information

Location

Location

Kleiner Wasserspeicher

Diedenhofer Straße

Prenzlauer Berg

10405 Berlin

Germany

View Map

Event description
Blind Signal presents a collaborative project between the productions of sound artists Marisol Jimenez and Andreas Trobollowitsch.

About this Event

MULTIPLE /// Blind Signal

with

MARISOL JIMENEZ & ANDREAS TROBOLLOWITSCH

Blind Signal focuses on new forms of horizontal collaborations by inviting two sound artists to combine their work for a 5-day residency and 3 days of public events.

Under the title “MULTIPLE”, Blind Signal presents a new collaborative project between the productions of sound artists and composers Marisol Jimenez and Andreas Trobollowitsch on a cuneate creation process leading to a triangular electroacoustic installation and performances in the Kleiner Wasserspeicher Berlin.

The artists will have the time to develop and show their singularities presenting their own propelled instruments and to form new collaborative installations and performances adopting new possibilities.

The accumulation, without expunging their singularities will allow them to open new sonic forms, based on the research of equivalent sound textures and focusing on microtonal and rhythmical elements. To enrich these sonorities the artists invite the trumpets players Carina Khorkhordina, Alexander Kranabetter and Kiku Day for their performances.

The artists will blend the uniqueness of the sound sculptures to stimulate a tonal ensemble of shapes and elements by the multiplication and erasure.

The audience will have the possibility to experience multiple facets of the collaboration focusing on microtonal and rhythmical elements, during three days.

Marisol Jimenez: https://marisoljimenezcomposer.com

Andreas Trobollowitsch: https://trobollowitsch.hotglue.me

Carina Khorkhordina, trumpet player https://www.khorkhordina.org

Alexander Kranabetter, trumpet player

Kiku Day, jinashi shakuhachi player http://www.kikuday.com

Curated by Emilie Beffara

Poster designed by Justine Durand

The project MULTIPLE is generously supported by Initiative Neue Musik Berlin / field notes, Musikfonds e.V. and AKM/austromechana.

PROGRAM Multiple - Blind Signal

FRIDAY 25.09

17h00 - 18h30: First presentation (number limited to 40 people)

20h30 - 22h00: Second presentation (number limited to 40 people)

Le jardin est vivant avec le bruit, by Marisol Jimenez​ is a kinetic sound installation consisting of a series of hanging long metal springs attached to speakers and transducers. The springs are pulled by small motors and hold resonating metal objects.

Fontana, by Marisol Jimenez​ is a kinetic sound sculpture where the sensuous singing of high tones vibrate while a series of transducers move above multiple speakers. This piece is a central part of "Le jardin est vivant avec le bruit"

Minigit - extended version, by Andreas Trobollowitsch ​is a spatial Sound Installation for four acoustic guitars hanging on a wall. Each guitar will be tuned individually based on a whole tone scale from E to e ́. Four converted fans, which use cello bow hair instead of propellers, set the strings oscillating. Due to a different speed of each fan, the patterns change. Soundscapes arise from the soft, smooth picking of the guitar strings by the circling cello bow hair. The constantly shifting overtone layers are reminiscent of an electronically generated sound aesthetic.

SATURDAY 26.09

17h00 - 18h30: First presentation (number limited to 40 people)

20h30 - 22h00: Second presentation (number limited to 40 people)

A compositional interaction of both works simultaneously.

Guests musicians:

Carina Khorkhordina, trumpet player Alexander Kranabetter, trumpet player Kiku Day, jinashi shakuhachi player

OUTDOOR PERFORMANCE

19h30 : ​​Im Park am Wasserturm

with Kiku day, Marisol Jimenez, Carina Khorkhordina, Alexander Kranabetter and Andreas Trobollowitsch

The ​Santa Melodica Ensemble, ​by Andreas Trobollowitsch​ is a sound performance for five performers, melodicas, cable tubes and balloons. While playing, each performer swings their instrument at a certain speed. Together they create an arpeggio effect that constantly changes due shifts in speed, turning the performers into a continually transforming kinetic organism.

SUNDAY 27.09

17h00 - 18h30: First presentation (number limited to 40 people)

20h30 - 22h00: Second presentation (number limited to 40 people)

Rhizome Spring Noise harp, ​by Marisol Jimenez​ i​ s the most recent version of an electroacoustic musical instrument/sound sculpture developed by Jimenez. Five speakers are connected to five transducers through metal springs and mix their electronic signals randomly through a self-design amplifier.

​Cybernetic ensemble, ​by Marisol Jimenez​ is​ ​multiple autonomous sound machines combined with elements of the sound installation and sound sculptures. The performance entails an interplay between humans performers and machines to create sonic morphologies of extreme sensuous energy and timbral complexity. The performance will feature a piece with the "Sonas Mutua Cybernetic Duo" with Kiku Day and Marisol Jimenez.

human turntable - TROMOLO, ​by Andreas Trobollowitsch​ ​is an installative sound performance consisting of one round platform, five metal tubes, two chairs and the two trumpets players ​Carina Khorkhordina and Alexander Kranabetter​. The chairs are fixed on the platform and the trumpet player sit on them. While the platform and musicians are turning, the six meter long tubes, which protrude into different points of the room, remain immovable (so that the two musicians move past again and again). Focusing on the always changing acoustical facts they use the tubes as a mechanical effect device and interpret a composition which is developed for this dispositive.

The ​Ventorgano, b​y Andreas Trobollowitsch​ is an electroacoustic synthesizer, consisting of guitar strings, wooden resonating bodies and converted fans which use cello-bow hair instead of propellers to set the strings into oscillation. Rotating speed, string tension and attack can be adjusted progressively, allowing the player to control micro-rhythmical elements and subtle changes in the overtone spectrum.

OUTDOOR PERFORMANCE

19h30 : ​Im Park am Wasserturm

with Kiku day, Marisol Jimenez, Carina Khorkhordina, Alexander Kranabetter and Andreas Trobollowitsch

The ​Santa Melodica Ensemble, b​ y Andreas Trobollowitsch​ is a sound performance for five performers, melodicas, cable tubes and balloons. While playing, each performer swings their instrument at a certain speed. Together they create an arpeggio effect that constantly changes due shifts in speed, turning the performers into a continually transforming kinetic organism.

Share with friends

Date and Time

Location

Kleiner Wasserspeicher

Diedenhofer Straße

Prenzlauer Berg

10405 Berlin

Germany

View Map

Save This Event

Event Saved