Saturday, October 31, 2015
THURSDAY 10 + FRIDAY 11 DECEMBER
AUXXX ends 2015 with a special programme - in co-operation with LICHTBLIK KINO
on THURSDAY 10 and FRIDAY 11 DECEMBER 2015
LICHTBLIK KINO - Kastanienallee 77 - 10435 BERLIN prenzlauerberg
THURSDAY 10 DECEMBER @ 20:00
a film with SVEN-ÅKE JOHANSSON by JÜRGEN HEITER
Rot und Blau
another film by JÜRGEN HEITER featuring SVEN-ÅKE JOHANSSON
FRIDAY 11 DECEMBER @ 21:00
and other short films by Teresa Iten with Sven-Ake Johannsn
TOM ARTHURS - trumpet
SIMON VINCENT - electronics
performing 1 bis 10 - 5 by SVEN-ÅKE JOHANSSON
a film with SVEN-ÅKE JOHANSSON by JÜRGEN HEITER
auxxx @ lichtblik kino - Kastanienallee 77 - 10435 BERLIN prenzlauerberg
bar opens 21:00
music starts 22:00
photo: Remko Wieland
Drawing influence from music ranging from György Ligeti to the pygmies of Central Africa, the work of film directors Andrei Tarkovsky and Jean-Luc Godard and the creations of pioneering chefs Ferran Adrià and Heston Blumenthal, Tom's warm sound and all-encompassing approach are becoming increasingly well known across Europe and beyond. Recent recordings include Julia Hülsmann Quartet (ECM, 2013), Eric Schaefer's 'Who's Afraid of Richard W.' (ACT, 2013), Miles Perkin Quartet (2012), H3B Songs No Songs (Abalone, 2012) and Postcards from Pushkin with Richard Fairhurst (Babel, 2011). As a composer, Tom has been awarded commissions from the BBC/RPS for both the City of London Festival (Postcards from Pushkin with Richard Fairhurst), and the BBC Proms (And Distant Shore, with Richard Fairhurst and ace classical trumpeter Giuliano Sommerhalder). The Geneva Downtown Orchestra also commissioned a suite of music for 9-piece ensemble with Arthurs.Høiby.Ritchie at it's centre, and A.H.R have also performed a suite by Tom with the Elysian and Gerdur Gunnarsdottir String Quartets. 2010 saw the commission of Fire Paintings (for Yves Klein), which was premiered by the BBC Concert Orchestra with Tom and drummer Stuart Ritchie as soloists, and 2011 saw a further BBC commission for the Elias Quartet plus Swiss drummer Samuel Rohrer. Bands range from the duo with Richard Fairhurst and trio Arthurs-Høiby-Ritchie to sideman work with H3B (Denis Badault, Sébastien Boisseau, Régis Huby), Miles Perkin Quartet (Benoît Delbecq, Miles Perkin, Thom Gossage), Julia Hülsmann Quartet (Marc Muellbauer, Heinrich Köbberling), as well as in quartet with Julie Sassoon, Lothar Ohlmeier and Samuel Rohrer. Much of Tom's improvised experimental output is available through the Not Applicable Label, whether with the trio GLUE (Miles Perkin, Yorgos Dimitriadis), working with interactive computer software (Long Division, Ollie Bown), or in duo with electrician Simon Vincent.
Juergen Heiter lives in Cologne. He is a filmmaker of essay-films, documentaries, and story-films, an author and producer. He has made 35 short and long films since 1979, recently he collaborated with Raymond Pettibon, Sven-Åke Johansson, Otto E. Roessler, Rüdiger Carl, ZKM-Karlsruhe, Udo Kier, Cony Theis, Oliver Augst among others.
Sven-Åke Johansson born in Mariestad (Sweden). Composer and musician, poet and visual artist, writer and initiator of several music and performance art productions among:„ Die Harke und der Spaten“, „...über Ursache und Wirkung der Meinungsverschiedenheiten beim Turmbau zu Babel“ (Hebbel Theater Berlin, 1994), „Harding Greens - Symphony for Cardboard Packaging“ (Sophiensaele Berlin 2010), „Irving Berlin in Berlin“ (2013), exibitions, publications of books, last „In St. Wendel am Schlossplatz...“ (Texte, 2013), LP, CD, and DVD. Major stylistic forerunner within improvisational music. In the 60s, he developed a European form of freejazz. 1969 establishing M.N.D. (Moderne Nordeuropäische Dorfmusik) with Eisbrenner and Goetz, same year its first vinyl production, „Westberliner Stadtmusik“. Extended in the 1970s the drumset with performance practices for carboard, bassbow and foamrubber a.o. Cooperation with visual and performing artists, worldwide. Engagement as an actor in the Burgtheater Vienna, virtuosic drummer, performs also as a singer and narrator. Compositions a.o.: „Seewetter 69“ (Radioplay commissioned by Deutschlandradio 2001), „Polis, Wachs und Pomade“ (chamber piece for strings, wind instruments and voice, Donaueschinger Musiktage 2001) „MM schäumend“- Overture for Handheld Fire Extinguishers (Akademie der Künste, Berlin 2003), „Concert for 12 tractors“, (1996), „Stereo für 8“, (Berlin 2005), „Die neue Zeit ist pausenlos“ (Berlin 2010). Runs the label SÅJ-CD/DVD Records, Participant in the Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art 2010. Wears suits by Sali Saliu.
Nominated in 2014 for a Paul Hamlyn Award for Artists, Simon Vincent is a performer and composer of acoustic and electronic music, who challenges the boundaries of genre and musical expression with a highly personal language which he has been developing since the early 1990s. Known for his releases on Erstwhile Records, EMINEM, L’innomable, Good Looking Records, as well as his own label Vision of Sound, his unique work has led him to appear worldwide at the Glastonbury Festival, Rotterdam Film Festival, Akademie der Künste (Berlin), ICA London, London Fashion Week, Club Transmediale (Berlin), National Museum (Stockholm), Progression Sessions (London), Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, Internationale Ferienkurse für Neue Musik (Darmstadt), Visiones Sonoras (Mexico City), Making New Waves (Budapest), >Sync 2013, as well as on Resonance FM, BBC Radio 1, Ministry of Sound Radio, XFM, and FM4-Austria among many others. He is currently focusing on composition, solo performances, Tom Arthurs / Simon Vincent duo, and The Occasional Trio with Roland Fidezius and Rudi Fischerlehner.