To hear on Sunday 14, 21 and 28 December 2014, 2pm - 9pm:
by Neele Hülcker and Elisabeth R. Hager
Curator, loudspeaker installation: Knut Remond
'ohrenhoch, der Geräuschladen' has been presenting up to now three times in 2013/14 the project "TAGE", a lifetime project by Neele Hülcker and Elisabeth R. Hager.
Neele Hülcker and Elisabeth R. Hager bound themselves by contract on the 25.5.2011 to pronounce the date every day making a sound recording of this act up to their death. Over the days, months, years, the lifetime project "TAGE" leaves soundtraces of two friendly lives. TAGE is a study on the aging process of the voice and - in the most general sense - an audibilisation of lived time.
At the upcoming presentation on 14, 21 and 28 December the vocally retained TAGE (DAYS) will sound in the ohrenhoch cellar over a special loudspeaker installation.
Born in Hamburg in 1987.
Works in fields of sound art, music theatre, performance, instrumental and electronic music. Has others play and plays herself. Builds situations, actions, interventions and installations. Cooperation with Ensemble ascolta, Ensemble Garage, Ensemble Radar, mam. Manufaktur für aktuelle Musik, Astrid Schmeling, Eva Zöllner, Matthias Kaul, Frauke Aulbert, Carola Schaal and Elisabeth Hager.
Performances at Wittener Tage für Neue Kammermusik, Wien Modern, Blurred Edges Festival Hamburg, Klangwerkstatt Berlin et al.
Website Neele Hülcker
Elisabeth R. Hager
* 21.10.1981 in St. Johann in Tirol (Austria).
2000 - 2004: Comparative, German & Philosophy studies in Innsbruck, Aix-En-Provence & Berlin | 2005 - 2007: Studies of Applied literary criticism at Freie Universität Berlin. During her studies & after activities on the radio, as a journalist & assistant director in different theatres in Innsbruck, Marseille and Berlin & first shorter texts.Time after time longer journeys, specially to Africa. Since 2010 organization of the intermedial stage taking place at irregular intervals "Avantgarden of Eden!".
In spring 2012 her debut novel KOMETEN was released by Milena Verlag. Besides writing she works for and is interested in sound art and dance. Since 2010 she is active as a freelancer at the radio play department of Deutschlandradio Kultur.
Digitale Repräsentanz von Elisabeth R. Hager
To hear on Sunday 30 November and 7 December 2014, 2pm - 9pm:
(2014, World premiere)
by Matthias Kranebitter
Matthias Kranebitter on 'survival of the fittest':
'survival of the fittest' is a list of darwinistically selected songs from commercials, television shows and pop song samples. An attempt of order in the motley chaos of the world.
Matthias Kranebitter studied electroacoustic composition in Vienna with Dieter Kaufmann and German Toro-Perez, media composition with Klaus-Peter Sattler, postgradual composition in Amsterdam and in Graz with Alexander Stankovski.
His music addresses aspects of our media society and trash culture with their information flood. It features a high degree of density and heterogeneity, involving of various (un)musical materials as dehierarchization and relativization of dogmas and taboo.
His works have been awarded 1st prize Gustav Mahler competition, 1st prize Project Holland Symfonia Gaudeamus Music Week, Impuls Kompositionspreis Graz and Publicity Award of Austro Mechana. For 2015 he received a scholarship from Junge Akademie at Akademie der Künste Berlin.
Late Night Show
with Neele Hülcker and Knut Remond
Live at 'ohrenhoch, der Geräuschladen' and livestream on
Friday 28 November 2014, at 9pm
To hear on Sunday 16 and 23 November 2014, 2pm - 9pm:
(2014, World premiere)
by Marinos Koutsomichalis
Marinos Koutsomichalis on 'Synkopierten':
'Synkopierten' is a site-specific audio piece conceived and realised for 'ohrenhoch, der Geräuschladen’ and its particular loudspeaker installation. 'Synkopierten' attempts an exploration and a re-definition of space in acoustic terms and employing syncopated noises and inharmonic spectra.
Marinos Koutsomichalis is an artist and researcher. Via sound and a wide range of other media he interrogates the specifics of perception, technology and material and by means of a hypermedia, project-based and site-responsive methodology. His work has been widely presented internationally in museums, galleries, festivals, music halls, industrial sites, churches, research institutions, underground venues, scientific journals, independent music labels, and elsewhere. His academic career has hitherto involved teaching and research in various academias and institutions internationally, contributions in scientific journals, conferences and symposia and the publication of one book.
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