Concerts #4

Sunday, September 27, 2020 at 19:30 at Schlachthaus Tübingen // Concert & stream 20:15

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// EN In functional programming, fold refers to a family of higher-order functions that analyze a recursive structure through use of a given combining operation, recombine the results of recursively processing its constituent parts, building up a return value. Map represents an associative abstract data type composed of a collection of key, value pairs.
This is exactly what is happening with the cultural scene at the very moment. We systematically and methodically change concepts, mix online and offline life and try to offer an optimal solution for events and cultural enjoyment for all participants. We present interactive art, music & design - for visitors and online guests with artists* on site and around the world. This project receives state funding from the "Culture Summer 2020" program.
There are limited tickets for the slaughterhouse and unlimited online access.

// DE In der funktionalen Programmierung bezieht sich Faltung auf eine Familie von Funktionen höherer Ordnung, die eine rekursive Struktur durch Verwendung einer gegebenen Kombinationsoperation analysieren, die Ergebnisse der rekursiven Verarbeitung ihrer Bestandteile rekombinieren und einen Rückgabewert aufbauen. Map stellt einen assoziativ-abstrakten Datentyp dar, der sich aus einer Sammlung von Schlüssel-Werte-Paaren zusammensetzt.
Das ist genau das, was im Moment in der Kulturszene geschehen muss: Wir verändern systematisch und methodisch Konzepte, vermischen Online- und Offline-Leben und versuchen, eine optimale Lösung für Veranstaltungen und Kulturgenuss für alle Beteiligten anzubieten. Wir präsentieren interaktive Kunst, Musik & Design - für Besucher und Online-Gäste mit Künstler*innen vor Ort und in aller Welt. Dieses Projekt erhält Landeszuwendung aus dem Programm „Kultur Sommer 2020“
Es gibt eingeschränkt Tickets für das Schlachthaus und unbegrenzte Onlinezugänge.

# Artists

Michael Fiedler & PPLC
Fried Dähn (solo)

#Michael Fiedler
Michael Fiedler arbeitet mit Field Recordings, Klängen und Geräuschen, die unmittelbar vor und während der Performance eingefangen, als musikalisches Ausgangsmaterial live mit Soft- und Hardware modifiziert und im komplett neuen Kontext direkt hörbar gemacht werden. Ergänzt durch die bildgewaltige Visualkunst von PPLC.

#Fried Dähn
Der Cellist, Elektro-Cellist, Komponist, Klang- und Medienkünstler gehört zu den wenigen Künstlern, denen es gelingt, Tradition und Moderne in sich zu vereinen. Ob klassische oder neueste elektronische Klänge, Komposition oder Improvisation: ständiges Suchen nach neuen Ausdrucksformen, gepaart mit immenser Virtuosität und spontanem Erfindungsreichtum im Umgang mit seinem Instrumentarium zeichnen ihn als einen der vielseitigsten und innovativsten Cellisten der Gegenwart aus.

Der Künstler KORB, schafft progressive Klangcollagen und unverwechselbare Klangstrukturen zwischen Soundscapes, Ambient und Drone. Wie bei einem Besuch in einem alten Radiogeschäft taucht das Publikum in eine Unzahl von Klängen, Geräten und fast greifbarer Elektrizität ein.
Vergänglichkeit und Nicht-Reproduzierbarkeit stehen über konventionellen Songstrukturen und der gängigen Vorstellung von elektronischer Musik.

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# Older events

# 16.09.2020

# Artists

Sascha Brosamer
Michael Hollingshead & timodufner

Hoving is the ambient and postrock project of Stuttgart based artist Thomas Kiefer. Although he has played the guitar since his youth, he has always had an affinity for electronic music. The shift in his tastes towards ambient music some ten years ago eventually led to the conception of Hoving in 2017. Interwoven with his music is a continuing passion for photography, visible in his album artwork and music video visuals.
With an explorative approach in mind, Hoving's goal is to musically map the field between electronic, acoustic, and organic sounds. In doing so, he almost exclusively uses hardware synths and grooveboxes in addition to conventional and unconventional instruments. This hands-on way of making music allows him to mostly work away from the confines of computer screens and to let his creativity flow naturally. The result is an often somber, intricate, and complex sound, but one which is always calm.
Hoving's socials, music and visuals:

#Sascha Brosamer
(electric guitar, mobile devices) is an interdisciplinary artist from Freiburg/Germany. His performance "Transoceanic" is dealing with ambient music, alternative guitar tunings and repetition in the digital age. A web-based application called "Grainfield" is used to network the audience with their mobile devices and create an immersive listening experience. It was designed by Benjamin Matuszewski and Norbert Schnell as part of the CoSiMa research project developed at the IRCAM Centre Pompidou Paris.
He released his album "Glocken" (2019) on Invisible City Records, a collaboration with Graham Dunning, where they get together to dig deep into the beauty of textural studies, analogue medium and surface details. As well the Transoceanic EP (2020) at BB15/Linz, which deals with the cultural imagination of dematerialisation, historical sound carriers and digital colonialism.

#Michael Hollingshead
„The Californian born ambient experimentalist channels his roots in the reverb drenched garage and surf rock west-coast soundscapes of his youth, combined with lush cycles of deteriorating and pulsating sound loops- a marriage of tones peppered by the surfy punk rock guitar of East Bay Ray to contemporary ambient endeavors like Portland based ambient artist Amulets“

... is a musician, media artist and computer scientist. His work focuses on testing limits of hard- and software. In doing so, glitches are an unavoidable component he consciously puts up with. Characteristic features of his work also include direct interaction between sound and image and an exchange between audience and piece. All of his works are created real-time – in the very moment – and thus each performance is different. Real-time audio processing, machine learning and AI, live coding and numerous electronical instruments are being deployed.

# 05.09.2020

# Artists

Monica Vlad (AV live)
Alexandra Cárdenas (live coding)
Tatsuru Arai (AV live)
Nick Rothwell & Shama Rahman (live coding, sitar)
Atsushi Tadokoro (AV live coding)
Zacharias Fasshauer (Double Bass)
Jaume Darbra Fa & Marçal Xirau (flute & guitar with electronics)
Mári Mákó (live electronics) Scott Wilson, Konstantinos Vasilakos, Erik Nyström and Tsun Winston Yeung (live electronics)

# Monica Vlad (AV live) Monica Vlad is an audiovisual performer and multimedia artist based in Linz, Austria. Her first university was HydroPower Engineering, but after 5 years of study she decided she’s more attracted to art. Into this matter, she finished the fine arts department of New Media in Art at L’Accademia di Belle Arti di Carrara in Italy, followed by the master of Interface Cultures from Kunstuniversität Linz. For her live performances, Monica changes the functionality of old media devices and everyday objects to create new sounds. Her live performances are different each time, but always intense, dramatic and powerful.

# Alexandra Cárdenas (live coding) Alexandra Cardenas is a Colombian composer and improviser now based in Berlin, who has followed a path from Western classical composition to improvisation and live electronics. Her recent work has included live coding performance, including performances at the forefront of the Algorave scene, she also co-organised a live coding community in Mexico City. Cardenas has been invited to talk about and perform live coding at events such as the Berlin based Transmediale festival and the Ableton sponsored Loop symposium, and held residencies including at Tokyo Wonder Site in Japan and Centre for the Arts in Mexico City.

# Tatsuru Arai (AV live) His main artistic Thema is to integrate from classical compositions to new technology, as „TRANS-AGES MUSIC“,and to present the fundamental physical nature of the universe in the form of perceptional experiences, that could say aesthetics of “geometric structure”. The human perception of sound, a physical phenomenon, influences human beings and the“geometric structure” is a fundamental pillar that allows us to understand the true nature of the universe. Creating a way to experience even a part of the nature of the universe through sound.
From 2016 he is composing Hyper Serial Music that will add innovation to the principle of Serialism three-point: "structural", "complex" and "noisy". Hyper-Serial-Music is the algorithm music generated by state-of-the-art technology such as Artificial Intelligence than by native human intelligence only.

# Nick Rothwell & Shama Rahman (live coding, sitar)
Shama Rahman
Shama Sarwat Rahman is a British singer-songwriter, composer, sitarist, storyteller, performance artist, filmmaker, actress and neuroscientist. Her albums modernise the sitar (lineage Pt Ravi Shankar), arranged centrally within layered harmonies, electronic soundscapes & complex grooves to showcase it in different genres and instrumentation. From jazz to dubstep, punk to folk, trip hop to hip hop, swing to bosa nova, her stories start life as poems & take flight as cross-genre songs.
Nick Rothwell
Nick Rothwell is a composer, performer, software architect, coder and visual artist. He has built media performance systems for projects with Ballett Frankfurt and Vienna Volksoper, and interactive installations for Sonic Arts Network, TECHNE and Kinetica. As a collaborator with body>data>space he has developed performance systems, software visuals and sound scores for projects at CIANT, Vo'Arte, including large-scale installation for Nesta's FutureFest. He has also composed sound scores for Shobana Jeyasingh Dance and developed algorithmic visuals with sculptor Simeon Nelson and composer Rob Godman for large-scale outdoor installations in Poland, Estonia, Cambridge Music Festival and Lumiere. Khyal Geometries is a new project which combines classical, jazz and folk technique on the sitar with improvised live-coding of a digital audio workstation. Modal melodies and choral harmonies on the sitar are combined with synthesis, looping and effects processing mediated in real time by a functional language, resulting in fugues and canons of soundscape which morph from rich and ambient to rhythmic and syncopated.

# Atsushi Tadokoro (live coding) Atsushi Tadokoro is a creative coder. Currently teaching as an associate professor at Maebashi Institute of Technology, and as a part-time lecturer at Tokyo University of the Arts and Keio University in Japan. Tadokoro makes music works of sound synthesis using an algorithm and performs improvisation with sounds and moving-images by a laptop. His lectures about “creative coding” and “Live Coding” for openFrameworks, Processing, Sonic Pi and TidalCycles, etc. are online to be practically used for students and creators. In this performance, Atsushi Tadokoro will unite the audio and visual stimulus together using Haskell based live coding library TidalCycles. The application selects a shader animation when detecting the note on the timing of TidalCycles via OSC, making synchronized complex animations automatically in real-time.

# Mári Mákó (live) Mári Mákó is a composer and sound artist based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. In her solo practice she plays with live electronics, which she combines with acoustic sound sources: voice, amplified instruments and objects. In her performance she is looking for unconventional music practices to give space for her own compositional processes and she is aiming to challenge the ‘recital form’ of concerts.
Along with that she is designing her own performative tools with sensors and self-built oscillators. Schmitt is a live-electronic music performance. The piece meant to challenge and explore the relationships between motion, gesture and music. The narrative of the piece is about overcoming existential crisis and rebirth. The instrumentation is focused on a self-built Schmitt oscillator which sound transformation is the sonic journey of the piece.

# BEER, the Birmingham Ensemble for Electroacoustic Research (live coding) BEER, the Birmingham Ensemble for Electroacoustic Research, was founded by Scott Wilson in 2011 as a project to explore aspects of realtime electroacoustic music making. Particular interests include networked music performance over ad hoc wi-fi systems, and live coding (programming music in real time using algorithms that can be altered while they are running). In keeping with post-free jazz developments in improvisation (e.g. Zorn, Braxton), we create structures in software that impose limitations and formal articulations on the musical flow (with networked software systems serving as intervention mechanism / arbiter / structural provocateur par excellence). Musical influences run the gamut from Xenakis to Journey. Past and current members include Konstantinos Vasilakos, Erik Nyström, Tsun Winston Yeung, Norah Lorway, Tim Moyers, Martin Ozvold, Luca Danieli, Winston Yeung, Roz Coull, Visa Kuoppala and Scott Wilson.
Performing artists are Scott Wilson, Konstantinos Vasilakos, Erik Nyström and Tsun Winston Yeung.