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# Concerts #5, Versuch 2 22.04.2021

# Artists

Fried Dähn (Cello & Stuff)
Michael Fiedler (Stuff)
Tschänz (Visuals)
PPLC (Visuals)
No Sé Leon (Modular)
timodufner (Modular)

# 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.
https://www.friedstyle.com/

# Michael Fiedler
Sein Schwerpunkt liegt auf experimentell-elektronischer Musik und Klangforschung. Sein musikalisches Spektrum reicht von Soundtrack-Kompositionen für Film über Auftragsarbeiten für freie Theater, Livekonzerte und Kooperationen mit diversen Künstlern und Kollegen der unterschiedlichsten Genres. Beim Map & Fold präsentiert er aktuelle Ergebnisse aus seiner Forschungsarbeit mit Fieldrecordings. Es enstehen abstrakte Soundgebilde, eigenwillige Signale und unberechenbare Beats.
https://www.michaelfiedler.net

# Southern-Germany-based producer No Sé Leon has reached the electronic soundscape by step-sequencers and drum machines, which he used as backing for his guitar play. His sonic approach stands for an organic, dreamy and melodic approach to music, which can be placed somewhere in between the realms of Deep House and Techno.
His new found dedication to modular sound generators opened a new realm of the more abstract and ambient-heavy soundscapes that hes keen to explore.

# timodufner
… 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.

# tschänz
Jens Schindel is a digital artist and self-employed software developer based in Tübingen, Germany. During his studies he worked in the fields of Artificial Intelligence, Computer Graphics and Image/Signal Processing. The focus of his work is to make the latest research results accessible and experienceable to a wider audience in an interactive way. He implements projection mapping installations on various architectures and landscapes and regularly enriches the „Schlachthaus” events with visual-immersive experiences.