A view to the faith, in between crystals and a woman.
“La Passion de Jeanne d’Arc” inspiration for me always as woman, as part of this world, as part of my self.
by Katerina Liana (https://vimeo.com/katerinaliana)
to the beauty,
to the simple beauty,.
to the beauty of paralyze without force.
to the beauty of emptiness.
Spyros Polychronopoulos – second act
from the album:
Spyros Polychronopoulos (with Antonis Anissegos) – piano acts
“Spyros Polychronopoulos is a tireless experimenter. Restless with convention he seeks to uncover that which lies in parallel to the well trodden path. That which is reachable, yet still, so often overlooked.
With PIano Acts, he creates swelling masses of treated pianos. Compositions that expand and contract with an unerring sense of pace and Taking cue from American Minimalism, he burrows further into reductionism examining phase and looping at both macro and micro perspectives. The results of this examination speak to his skill as both composer and technician.
Collaborating with Antonis Anissegos on two of the pieces, Polychronopoulos Piano Acts is a timely reminder of the profound nature of tonal percussion, time and treatment.”
“We aim at the total transformation of the mind and all that resembles it” (A.Breton).
Stop –motion is, first of all, a medium to discretize the process, to fix it at each desired moment: watching metamorphoses of material in frames of strictly provided system of axes, that is rotating as a wind vane, seeding around tensors of options and variants of occurrences, consequences, suggestions and probabilities. Daring weaving of meanings gives spectator a rope to climb up to the tower, free of anything rational, to try to puzzle out its tricky structure. And probably to keep staying in this tower forever – that would be a pure piece of art.
Patrick K.-H. – animation, sound
Andreas Karaoulanis – animation
more videos: http://drawnsound.org/patrickkh-karaoulanis.html
Corporate Project mit Julien Bach (http://julienbach.com/) fur
Insglück Gesellschaft für Markeninszenierung mbH
Ort: Frankfurt am Main
Zeitraum: 18.04.2013 – 18.04.2013
“mistakes” take place
“mistakes” are repeated.
what comes out from “mistakes”
Bestbefore & Klaus Kürvers A/V Performance @ 19/11/2013 – time based animation, doublebass
Klaus Kürvers – born 1950 in Essen (Germany), doublebass studies 1964-68 among others with Peter Trunk. During the sixties member of the Essen Youth Symphony Orchestra and also at the same time of different amateur Jazz groups (“Free Jazz” since 1967); 1969-71 in Cologne with the Jazz-Rock-Group “Eiliff” (w/Rainer Brüninghaus). Interupted 1971-2006 his public music activities for his studies and professional scientific career as an architect and cultural historian in Berlin. Since 2006 resumption of his musical activities as part of the Berlin improvisers’ scene. Performing bassist again since 2009 – on one hand with working groups like “Sequoia” (a doublebass quartet with Antonio Borghini, Meinrad Kneer and Miles Perkin), “Pfff…” (with Gerhard Uebele, Tristan Honsinger), “Time Flies” (w/Julie Sassoon, Lothar Ohlmeier, Kalle Mews), “Fizz.Co” (w/Rieko Okuda, Antti Virtaranta, Reinhard Brüggemann), “Assaf Fleischmann Trio” (w/Assaf Fleischmann, Kalle Mews); on the other hand in changing combinations with musicians from the big international community of Berlin Improvisers.
Best Before Unu Live Set
07 October at Madame Claude / Berlin
More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/511704918923746/
Still images for “Monkey-eating Mousie” movie collaboration with Patrick K.-H.
Check the full video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmDnW-onI2w
More info: http://drawnsound.org/
Media artists Patrick K.-H. and Oleg Makarov research in the depth of basic media-archeology, working with “drawn sound” technology of 1920′s.
“Drawn sound” (also graphical sound, cutted sound) appeared as the way to produce “sound track” at film tape: converting sound to image (that is graphical spectrum of sound), and back, image (sound spectrum) to sound. At that time, it comes to be the only method to create literally every sound, both “real” and “unreal”, just from drawing. Now, it belongs to forgotten but still fruitful branches of media evolution.
Patrick K.-H. and Oleg Makarov recreate old-school technics by nowdays means: Max/MSP/Jitter, cameras / lenses, video projection, multiscreen, etc.
Also, they employ text-sound composition, sound installation, spatial sound approach, and algorithmic composition. Generally, they define interactivity as an axis for all and every media and data involved into a piece, in order to handle appeared meanings towards this axis.
Improvised performance at Check Point Hellas 2-Script at Neükollner Oper Berlin 11.02.2012
Katerina Liana: dance (http://kukuland77.wordpress.com/) // Patrick K.-H.: sketches (vimeo.com/patrickkh) // Antonis Anissegos : audio (enstase.com) // Andreas Karaoulanis: animation-programmimg (vimeo.com/adrere)
Licht an mit dem gleißenden SMTHNG BEFORE VIDEO DUETT in Kiekebusch!
The whole night was flavoured by this handmade unique screen construction,
build for visual convenience – delicate video artwork untill the first sunbeams arrived!
@ Exploratorium, Berlin 5-5-2013
KAYA > Yuko Kaseki – dance // Antonis Anissegos – music
KAYA performed first time in Berlin in 2005. Since then followed many duo performances (Germany, Switzerland, Greece) and performances with international guests, both dancers (Elena Shtyk, Tanya Luzay, Gyohei Zaitsu, Katrin Geller, Felicitas Ritter, Osamu Jareo) and musicians (Kanoko Nishi, Frank Gratkowski, Oliver Steidle, Anat Cohavi, Barbara Buchholz, Periklis Douvitsas). In 2009 their dance-music piece Umbra was performed in Berlin in collaboration with the Theater Thikwa. The piece will receive further performances in may 2010.
Ein Workshop im Rahmen der Ausstellung
The Whole Earth. Kalifornien und das Verschwinden des Außen.
Haus der Kulturen der Welt
26.4. – 1.7.2013
Mit dabei waren
Jacob, Elisa, Marie, Zoé, Demba, Sainey, Nathan und Noke
sowie Maria, Leila und Yasmin
Der Workshop zur Musik der Ausstellung “The Whole Earth. Kalifornien und das Verschwinden des Außen.” befasst sich mit der visuellen Sprache der Blumenkinder. Hier werden die Wurzeln des heutigen V-jings ergründet und anhand einfacher Hilfsmittel Klänge in Bilder, Licht in Farbe verwandelt. Farben und Muster scheinen wie kreisende Planeten in leuchtenden Galaxien, die auf große Leinwände projiziert werden.
Weltraum Video Footage: NASA/Johnson Space Center/Goddard Space Flight Center – Official NASA Footage/Public Domain
Musik: The Fugs – The Garden is Open / Tenderness Junction (1967)
The workshop accompanied the exhibition
The Whole Earth. California and the Disappearance of the Outside.
Haus der Kulturen der Welt
26.4. – 1.7.2013
With Maxie Kranich, Christian Sonntag and Andreas Karaoulanis
Jacob, Elisa, Marie, Zoé, Demba, Sainey, Nathan and Noke
as well as Maria, Leila und Yasmin
More photos here http://chrs-smthng.com/musik-galaxien/