News and events - Elektronmusikstudion 2012
One room designed by the Danish artist Hans Sydow will be staged as a tribute to Sten Hanson and his legendary piece ”How are you?”, one room selected and designed by Sanne Krogh Groth and Mats Lindström will be an EMS documentation space dedicated to the history of EMS.
The room will expose the visual aesthetics of the early EMS studios and presents some of the research, technology and music executed and produced there.
Lukasz Szalankiewicz (alias ZENIAL) - historian, sound designer and electronic music artist, member of the Polish Society for Electroacustic Music (PSeME). He currently lives and works in Poznan.
He performed at many Polish festivals including Audio Art Festival and Unsound Festival in Krakow, Wro Festival in Wroclaw and Moving Closer Festival in Warsaw, as well as in major Polish art centers including Kordegarda Gallery and The Contemporary Art Centre Zamek Ujazdowski in Warsaw, Contemporary Art Gallery Arsenal in Bialystok, Contemporary Art Gallery in Wroclaw and Contemporary Art Center in Torun.
Moderna Museet is going to be open from 7 pm February 17 through 7 pm February 19. For forty-eight hours, seven of the museum´s galleries will be occupied by the sound installation freq_out 8. The result will be a combination of sound and light that will "drench" the galleries in all the colors of the rainbow.
Now it´s time for Art´s Birthday at Södra Teatern again. Come early if you don´t want to miss anything. EMS presents: Marina Rosenfeld, Ikue Mori, Rolf Enström och James Brewster.
Iftah Gabbai is half of "skinnerbox", the Berlin based live act, which has earned its international name due to its infamously unpredictable improvised shows and its critically acclaimed studio releases. Skinnerbox are also the makers of the "sbx 2049", a virtual drum machine software, officially released by Ableton in June 2010, 19:00 and they are the first artists to release their self made - branded Ableton live instrument.
In the coming workshop Iftah will present his custom made live set-up which consists of two Monomes, a dedicated Arduino based d.i.y controller and a custom written Max for live software. He will talk and demonstrate performative aspects of improvisation within such a controller based custom environment for both live and studio usage.
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