[microsound-announce] 15.02.13 ::: QUOTA; UNQUOTA EPISODES at K77 ::: SALON BRUIT BERLIN

Julian Bonequi bonequi at gmail.com
Mon Feb 11 16:05:36 EST 2013

K77 -Lichtblick Kino- SALON BRUIT BERLIN
New monthly series at K77 curated by Philip Morris in collaboration with
Salon Bruit & Audition Records
Doors open 21:30 ::: Concerts start 22:30

Each concert will be preceded by the screening of a short interview in
which the artist outlines her artistic motivations, media and methods.

AUDREY CHEN (US) - Cello and voice and analogue electronics

Classically trained and formerly specializing in early and new music Chen
currently uses cello, voice and analog electronics to delve deeply into her
own version of narrative and non-linear storytelling.
A large component of her music is improvised and her approach to this is
extremely personal and visceral. Her playing explores the combination and
layering of a homemade analog synthesizer, preparations and traditional and
extended techniques in both the voice and cello. She works to join these
elements into a singular ecstatic personal language.

JD ZAZIE (IT) - Turntables and field recordings

Coming from a DJ and a radiophonic background JD Zazie has explored over
the years different approaches of real-time manipulation on fixed recorded
In her work she redefines DJ and electroacoustic activities. The typology
of the sound-sources varies from already existing audio publications and
sound effects, to self recorded audio files – as live-set and
field-recordings -, to selected pre-mixed material. Juxtaposition,
decontextualization, fragmentation, repetition, sonic texture, scratch and
error are elements of the grammar adopted to relate, organize and rearrange
the sound material following her "Äpfelzerstörer’s method".

ANNA FRIZ (CA) - Radios,transmitters multilocational radiophonic

Anna Friz is a Canadian sound and radio artist currently based in Chicago,
where she is a post-doctoral fellow at the School of the Art Institute of
Chicago. Her dissertation forher Ph.D. was entitled “The Radio of the
Future Redux: Rethinking Transmission Through Experiments in Radio Art.
Since 1998 Anna has predominantly created self-reflexive radio for
broadcast, installation or performance, where radio is the source, subject,
and medium of the work. She also creates dynamic, atmospheric sound works
for theatre, dance, film, and solo performance that are equally able to
reflect upon public media culture or to reveal interior landscapes.

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