Thursday, November 15, 2018

SHOCK CORRIDOR

AUXXX + BROTFABRIK present

CINESTHESIA SCREEN CONCERT 009

THURSDAY 6 DECEMBER 2018 @ 21:00



BROTFABRIK KINO
Caligariplatz 1
13086 BERLIN

FILM:
"SHOCK CORRIDOR"
USA 1963 | 101 minutes | Director: Samuel Fuller



MUSIC:
YORGOS DIMITRIADIS - drums, electronics
ANDREA PARKINS - accordion, electronics

the new Screen Concert series is made possible with support from MusikFonds



ARTIST INFO

YORGOS DIMITRIADIS


photo: Jeff Humbert

Yorgos Dimitriadis is a Berlin based percussionist, improviser, active in the fields of improvised music and contemporary jazz. In his original solo work he uses drums, cymbals and microphones to compose in real time sonic landscapes, with the emphasis in timbre, sound color and long durations. Since 2006 he works and lives in Berlin, connecting with the international improvisers scene and participating in different groups and projects: from solo performances to appearances with the 25 piece orchestra BerIO. Dimitriadis is a founding member of among others: GRIX, GLUE and FABRIC trios. He has performed in festivals and concert series throughout Europe, as a soloist and in collaboration with an array of renowned international artists like Achim Kaufmann, Tobias Delius, Clayton Thomas, Axel Dörner, Ignaz Schick, Andrea Parkins, Audrey Chen, Hilary Jeffery, Robin Hayward, Paul Dunmall, Tristan Honsinger, Alexander von Schlippenbach, Conny and Matthias Bauer, Amir ElSaffar. After having studied drums at the New Conservatory Thessaloniki, Greece, Dimitriadis moved to Boston, U.S.A. to study with Alan Dawson and Bob Moses. After returning to Europe, in 1994 he was offered a two-year residency at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris from the Greek Ministry of Culture. For the next twelve years Dimitriadis was an active member of the Paris jazz and improvised music scene, playing locally as well as participating in festivals world wide.

yorgosdimitriadis.com

ANDREA PARKINS



Andrea Parkins is a sound artist, composer and electro-multi-instrumentalist who also makes/arranges objects and images. Known especially for her dynamic timberal explorations on the electric accordion and inventive use of customized sound processing, she wields a sonic language that is both fractured and fluid – releasing awkward electronic disruptions, concretized sampling and explosive feedback into the rising flow of her electric accordion’s sonority. Parkins performs internationally as a solo artist, and has collaborated with Nels Cline, Fred Frith, Thomas Lehn, Otomo Yoshihide, and ROVA Saxophone Quartet, among many others. She also creates sound art works, and compositions for solo and ensemble instruments. Her audio works and performances have been presented at the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Kitchen, and Experimental Intermedia, among other contemporary ar/t/multimedia venues, and she has collaborated in this context with sound artists Michael J. Schumacher, Stephen Vitiello, Anne Wellmer, and others. Parkins appears on more than 50 recordings on labels including Hatology, Cryptogramophone, and Atavistic.

soundcloud.com/andreaparkins

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

TRANQUIL VISIONS OF SUFFERING

AUXXX + BROTFABRIK + LAST EXIT ENTERTAINMENT present

ANDREY ISKANOV - VISONS OF SUFFERING: FINAL DIRECTORS CUT

THURSDAY 11 OCTOBER 2018 @ 20:00

with Jörg Buttgereit, Zsolt Sőrés, Claus Löser and Hilary Jeffery



BROTFABRIK KINO
Caligariplatz 1
13086 BERLIN

brotfabrik-berlin.de

Cinesthesia Screen Concert 008 - BROTFABRIK KINO @ 20:00 (starts on time!)

Andrey Iskanov's epic masterpiece "Visions of Suffering:Final Diretors Cut" will be screened for the first time in Germany as part of the Cinesthesia Screen Concert series. Not for the faint hearted and for viewers over the age of 18 only!

20:00 - LIVE MUSIC - INCONSOLABLE GHOST channelled by:

Hilary Jeffery - trombone, trumpet, electronics
Claus Löser - electric guitar
Zsolt Sőrés - viola, vocals, electronics

+ FILM: "TRANQUIL"
Japan 2007 | 17 minutes | 8mm film → video | Director: Makino Takashi

20:45 - FILM - "VISONS OF SUFFERING" (German Premiere) introduced by Zsolt Sőrés
Russia 2018 | 85 minutes | Director: Andrey Iskanov |
Soundtrack: Zinc Room feat.Purple Eve, Beta Evers, Inconsolable Ghost

22:15 - DISCUSSION - Jörg Buttgereit and Zsolt Sőrés - a public discussion about sound design in horror films with special reference to the work of Andrey Iskanov.



SYNOPSIS

Sasha is obsessed with death, necrophilia and decaying human bodies. In an otherworldly forest he disturbs a demonic shaman which makes the line between our world and the demon realm shift. At night the situation spirals out of control, becoming lethal when daytime is smashed, throwing the world into an eternal night of horrors. To save himself Sasha ventures into a world without shapes, inhabited by tormenting vampires and seductive demons lurking in every shadow bringing death and annihilation in their path. After years of reshoots, painstaking reediting, and reshuffling of the narrative, the true nightmare vision Iskanov always wanted the movie to be is here: Visions of Suffering – Final Directors Cut!

“Disturbing and gut level horrific”
Steve Naive: The Holy Mountain: Dr Caligari’s Cult Movie Utopia

“A feast for the senses”
Richard Taylor, Twisted Minds

“Grotesque scenes of necrophilia and other underground film atrocities for the fans of the darkest of obscure cinema”
Steven Paul, Beneath The Underground

“Hallucinatory trips to make Gaspar Noé jealous“
Nicolas Beaudeux, Horreur.com

“9/10, Blew me away with the visuals, and the music and the madness of it all”
Jasmine & Sarah, Bitches of Horror

“Horror that shakes the screen with madness and pain”
Ryan Nicholson Director, Writer, Special Effects Wizard.

“Hypnotic, Disturbing, Fascinating”
Harry Bromley Davenport, director of XTRO

the new Screen Concert series is made possible with support from MusikFonds



lastexitentertainment.typepad.com

"Visions of Suffering" will also be screened on Friday 12 October at 22:15

brotfabrik-berlin.de

ARTIST INFO

Andrey Iskanov



Photographer, director, visual effects designer, make-up artist and actor, Andrey Iskanov is a true author-creator. His fascination for the surreal and fantastic is omnipresent in all of his works, consisting of four feature films to date. Citing movies by directors such as David Lynch, Shinya Tsukamoto, Dario Argento and Andrei Tarkovsky as sources of inspiration, Andrey Iskanov develops mostly non-linear narratives, wrapped in fluorescent aesthetics. This former medical student masterfully dissects the human being and reveals degradation, suffering and repulsion. The very violent and gore depictions in his films have attracted censorship and limited their theatrical exposure to a minimum.

bio borrowed from LUFF 2013 website

www.luff.ch
www.imdb.com/name/nm2310557

Jörg Buttgereit



Jörg Buttgereit, born 1963 in Berlin, has been called a Trash Poet, Punk Surrealist and Underground Icon by the international press. He is the director and author of arthouse-horror-movies, TV-documentarys, stageplays and radio dramas. He also works as a film journalist and writes comic books.

joergbuttgereit.com

Makino Takashi



Among Japan’s most prolific, active and adventurous filmmakers, Makino Takashi is known for hallucinatory, non-linear films that harness techniques from the twin media of film and video, treating both image and sound with equal importance. “Makino Takashi’s immersive live media experiences are a transcendence into ‘physical unconsciousness.’ Hallucinatory and experiential, Takashi creates abstract cinematic worlds immersing the viewer like a grain of emulsion free falling in the corporeality of image forming materials” (Unconscious Archives, London). Often described as being at the forefront of Japanese experimental filmmaking, Takashi himself generally shies from the term “experimental.” Rather, his influences include the multiple exposure techniques of 1920s French Surrealist films and a near-death experience at the age of five during which he envisioned “a place filled with lights more brilliant than any image I had ever seen.” Takashi’s work evolves as he attempts to find the ideal film, "an unshaped, organic, lump-like film that links with the consciousness and mental state of the viewers... and never ceases to change."

bio borrowed from RECOMBINANT festival 2017 website

recombinantfestival.com
makinotakashi.net

Zsolt Sőrés



Improvised / electroacoustic and noise musician, sound artist, editor, performance and conceptual artist. Zsolt is a long time collaborator with and champion of Andrey Iskanov.

inaplo.hu/ahad
ahadmaster.blogspot.com

Claus Löser



Claus Löser was born in Karl-Marx-Stadt (now Chemnitz) in 1962. As a writer and Super-8 filmmaker, he was very closely connected to the art scene there in the 1980’s. In 1983, he co-founded the music improvisation group Die Gehirne (The Brains), of which he has since been a member. Since 1990, Löser has been the programmer at the arthouse cinema Brotfabrik in Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg; since 1992, he has also worked as a curator, freelance journalist, and film historian. He studied media and dramaturgy at the Academy for Film and Television in Potsdam-Babelsberg from 1990-1995. In 1996, he co-founded Ex.Oriente.Lux, an archive devoted to East German underground and experimental films, and he co-published the book Counter-Images: Film Subversion in the GDR 1976-1989 [Gegenbilder - Filmische Subversion in der DDR 1976-1989] with Karin Fritsche.

eastgermancinema.com

Hilary Jeffery



Hilary Jeffery is a composer, trombonist and founder of the AUXXX series.

www.hiljef.com

Inconsolable Ghost



tapping into signals from beyond, broadcasting into haunted cinemas...

Inconsolable Ghost is an occult audio-visual group produced by Hilary Jeffery and Gideon Kiers, former members of The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble and The Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation. Conjuring up a twenty-first century vision of spiritism and occupying a similarly spooky territory as Kilimanjaro / Fuji, this project works with several well known artists who are conceived as channellers of energies, atmospheres, ghosts, spirits, thought forms and other entities. A new cassette "Sokolowsko Channelling" has just been released on Fourth Dimension Records.

fourthdimensionrecords.bigcartel.com

Tuesday, September 04, 2018

GAMUT INC play CHAPPAQUA



AUXXX + BROTFABRIK present

Cinesthesia Screen Concert 007 @ BROTFABRIK KINO

MONDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2018 @ 21:00

AUXXX and Brotfabrik Kino begin a new season of their Cinesthesia Screen Concert series with a special 35mm screening of Conrad Rooks' cult film "Chappaqua" from 1966, accompanied with a new live soundtrack performed by GAMUT INC.

FILM:

Chappaqua | USA 1966 | 82 minutes | Director: Conrad Rooks | 35mm

LIVE MUSIC:

GAMUT INC



Maciej Sledziecki - electric guitar
Marion Wörle - laptop

BROTFABRIK KINO
Caligariplatz 1
13086 BERLIN

brotfabrik-berlin.de

the new Screen Concert series is made possible with support from MusikFonds



ARTIST INFO

GAMUT INC



The retro-futuristic ensemble gamut inc makes musical theatre and plays computer-controlled music machines that they develop themselves. The core of the ensemble is made up of computer-musician Marion Wörle and composer Maciej Śledziecki, who collaborate on a project by project basis with various other musicians and artists.

Their last musical theatre piece THIS IS NOT A SWAN SONG, for choir, electro-acoustic ensemble and performers, tackled the ‘end’ in a complex and multifaceted way. GHOST TAPE XI broached the issue of the misuse of music in the military context; ONE MORE PIONEER in turn dealt with the mechanisation of society. In gamut inc’s current production, REDRUM, they are adapting August Strindberg’s “The Red Room” for electro-acoustic ensemble, the cello quartet The Octopus and performers, in collaboration with the US American librettist Leslie Dunton-Downer. Meanwhile, in the long-duration musical theatre piece INTERZONE, they are working with the contemporary brass trio Zinc & Copper on long, intensive drones.

The ensemble is made up of a growing number of self-playing, acoustic music machines that are controlled live by computer and are developed especially for and by gamut inc. These Jules Verne-like apparatuses translate antique acoustic considerations into a tonal language of now. Out of a collaboration with the Logos Foundation in Gent, the largest robot orchestra in the world, gamut inc created the piece “Planet 9” for its computer-controlled brass instruments. Within the framework of their concert series AGGREGATE, which is dedicated to the interaction between human and machine, they are currently developing a programme for computer-controlled church organ.

Wörle and Śledziecki organise the WIR SIND DIE ROBOTER festival, which is dedicated to machine and robot music, and the international festival AVANT AVANTGARDE, a journey through time to musical experiments before the 20th century. They have received composition commissions and invitations from international festivals (e.g. CTM, Acht Brücken, Musica Jauna Vilnius, NuMusicFestival, AudioArt Festival, NewMusic Festival Gdansk, Technosphärenklänge). They regularly compose for film and radio, are co-founders of the “Zentrum für Aktuelle Musik” and have run the satelita record label, which is dedicated to contemporary music formats, since 2009.

gamutinc.org

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Penda's Fen



AUXXX + BROTFABRIK present

Cinesthesia Screen Concert 006 @ BROTFABRIK KINO

THURSDAY 9 AUGUST 2018 @ 21:00

the Cinesthesia series continues... following our exposé of aspects of the Police State, we embark on an investigation of how the unconscious reacts to repression in the form of magical rebellion, starting in the English countryside!

FILM:

Penda's Fen | UK 1974 | 90 minutes | Director: Alan Clarke | Writer: David Rudkin

celluloidwickerman.com/ritual-and-identity-in-pendas-fen-1974-alan-clarke
bfi.org.uk/quest-romantic-tradition-british-film



LIVE MUSIC:

CHRIS LONG - keyboards, electronics
GIANPAOLO PERES - voice
HILARY JEFFERY - trombone, electronics

BROTFABRIK KINO
Caligariplatz 1
13086 BERLIN

brotfabrik-berlin.de

ARTIST INFO

CHRIS LONG



Chris works as a musician in the UK and in Europe, creating live soundcapes for film, for dance & for spaces, as well as working as a performer in more conventional settings (contemporary classical, rock & jazz, early music). He has been a member of improvising trio Netherworld Airtours (alongside longterm collaborator, improviser and multi-instrumentalist David Coulter); jazz-rock-psych-fusion outfit OIGOI; has collaborated with actor Eward Pinner in the Soundcape Theatricalist duo Seeing2Sound; and has worked on projects involving various luminaries including Damon & Albarn and Gorillaz, Richard Strange (Doctors of Madness) and Robert Fripp (King Crimson).

chrislongmusic.co.uk

GIANPAOLO PERES



Gianpaolo Peres was born in Italy and currently lives in Berlin. He graduated after many years of study with Amelia Cuni at the Music Conservatory of Vicenza, specialising in Indian dhrupad. He is primarily a singer and also plays the tanpura. He is actively interested in exploring the many connections between sound, light and movement. He has collaborated with Amelia Cuni, Werner Durand, Robert Miles, Dalata, Planeta Terra, A Group, Agnese Toniutti, KV5, Inconsolable Ghost, Lysn and works with Hilary Jeffery as "Minor Tom" for Silent Records.

silentrecords.bandcamp.com
hiljef.com/news/band/minortom/

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

ZINC & COPPER WIRED

TUESDAY 3 JULY 2018 @ ACUD

ZINC & COPPER WIRED featuring ARNOLD DREYBLATT


photo: Ben Tran

Arnold Dreyblatt presents the world premiere of new music commissioned by Zinc & Copper in Acud Club on 3 July 2018. Following their popular concerts at Maerz Musik and Berlin Jazzfest, as well as the renowned recording of Ellen Arkbro’s „For Organ and Brass“ in 2017, the ensemble now move into a new rhythmic territory with „Zinc & Copper Wired“. Joining them onstage will be percussionist Morten J. Olsen and Dreyblatt himself playing a modified double bass. This special programme, supported by Initiative Neu Musik, includes a solo set by Dreyblatt, a public discussion and DJ sets from Phonosphere (Jens Strüver & Werner Durand).

doors open - 20:00
live music starts - 21:00

ACUD MACHT NEU
Veteranenstraße 21
10119 BERLIN Mitte





digitalinberlin.de


ARTIST INFO

ARNOLD DREYBLATT


photo: Ben Tran

American media artist and composer. He is currently Professor of Media Art at the Muthesius Academy of Art and Design in Kiel. One of the second generation of New York minimal composers, Dreyblatt studied music with Pauline Oliveros, La Monte Young, and Alvin Lucier and media art with Woody and Steina Vasulka.

dreyblatt.net

ZINC & COPPER



Brass trio founded by Robin Hayward (tuba) in 2005, featuring Hilary Jeffery (trombone) and Elena Kakaliagou (french horn) since 2014. An innovative and pioneering Berlin ensemble whose recent collaborations have included World Premieres of pieces by Ellen Arkbro, Amir ElSaffar, Robin Hayward, CC Hennix, Hilary Jeffery, Simon Martin, Phill Niblock and Jan-Peter E.R. Sonntag.

zincandcopper.org

MORTEN J. OLSEN



Musician, composer and artist who has performed throughout Europe, North America, Oceania and Asia with MoHa!, Ultralyd, The Pitch and his latest collaboration NMO with Rubén Patiño.

plus3db.net/artists/morten_olsen

WERNER DURAND



Musician, composer and instrument inventor. Played in Arnold Dreyblatt’s Orchestra of Excited Strings in the 90s. He has worked closely with his partner Amelia Cuni for many years and his other collaborations include projects with David Moss, David Behrman, Henning Christiansen, Muslimgauze and David Toop.

JENS STRÜVER



Jens has been active as a DJ since 1983 and belongs to the first generation of 4 on the floor DJs in germany. He shared DJ sets with people like Robert Hood, Jeff Mills and Felix da Housecat.

Monday, May 07, 2018

Elliott Sharp plays 1984



AUXXX + BROTFABRIK present

Cinesthesia Screen Concert 005

TUESDAY 5 JUNE 2018 @ 21:00

BROTFRABIK KINO
Caligariplatz 1
13086 BERLIN

brotfabrik-berlin.de

LIVE MUSIC:

ELLIOTT SHARP - guitar

FILM: 1984 | USA 1956| 90 minutes | Director: Michael Anderson

www.imdb.com/title/tt0048918

George Orwell wrote his visionary novel "1984" based on personal experiences with totalitarian systems. The 1956 film rendition appeared in the middle of the Cold War, not long after Orwell's death. His widow sold the film rights to a film agent without realising that the agent's employer was the CIA's culture department!

E# says:

"Impossible to see for most of my life, the 1956 film version of George Orwell’s 1984 reveals a gritty noir sensibility combined with a cynical world view, unwittingly reinforcing Orwell’s very message. The text of 1984 has never rung more true than in our current times."

inm-berlin.de



ARTIST INFO

ELLIOTT SHARP


E# photos by Janene Higgins

Elliott Sharp leads SysOrk, Orchestra Carbon, Terraplane, and Tectonics and pioneered the use of fractal geometry, chaos theory, and genetics in musical composition and interaction. Recent operas include Port Bou and Binibon and he is currently composing a new opera and installation for the 2018 Ruhr Trienalle. Sharp’s composition Storm Of the Eye appears on Hilary Hahn's Grammy-winning album In 27 Pieces. Recent festival appearances include Huddersfield, Darmstadt, Donaueschingen, Au Printemps, and Tomorrow Shenzhen. Sharp is the subject of the documentary film Doing The Don't and has been featured on the USA National Public Radio "All Thing's Considered". He was awarded the Berlin Prize; a Guggenheim Fellowship; and a fellowship from the Center for Transformative Media. In 2015, he was awarded the Jahrespreis from der Deutscher Schallplatten Kritiks for Terraplane:4AM Always. Collaborators include Ensemble Modern; pop singer Debbie Harry; blues legends Hubert Sumlin and Pops Staples; qawaali singer Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan; pianist and poet Cecil Taylor; multimedia artists Pierre Huyghe; and Bachir Attar, leader of the Master Musicians Of Jajouka.

elliottsharp.com
zoarmusic.tumblr.com

Monday, April 09, 2018

ERIK RUIN @ FEHRE 6

AUXXX + REDWIG present:

ERIK RUIN's NEW PERFORMANCE: LONG/GONE



FRIDAY 13 APRIL @ 21:00

FEHRE 6
Fehrbelliner Str. 6
10119 BERLIN Prenzlauerberg

Over 100 feet in length, LONG/GONE is a single intricately-cut piece of paper created by artist Erik Ruin, who has been lauded by the New York Times for his “spell-binding cut-paper animations.” The piece flows freely from image to image, while narratives and scenarios (often drawn from classic works of literature from Homer to Dante) emerge, collapse, and spill over and into each other. Philly Voice calls it “stark, intricate and wondrous – Ruin’s paper-cut art combines the enthralling fantasy of a storybook with the prismatic, fragmented beauty of a stained-glass window.” In performance, Ruin scrolls the paper-cut continually across the surface of an overhead projector, creating an epic and immersive shadow-show.

with LIVE MUSIC from:

ELENA KAKALIAGOU - french horn
CAROLINE CECILIA TALLONE - hurdy gurdy



redwig.org

ARTIST INFO

ERIK RUIN



Erik Ruin is a Michigan-raised, Philadelphia-based printmaker, shadow puppeteer, paper-cut artist, etc. His work oscillates between the poles of apocalyptic anxieties and utopian yearnings, with an emphasis on empathy, transcendence and obsessive detail. He frequently works collaboratively with musicians, theater performers, other artists, and activist campaigns. He is a founding member of the international Justseeds Artists' Cooperative, and co-author of the book Paths Toward Utopia: Graphic Explorations of Everyday Anarchism (w/ Cindy Milstein, PM Press, 2012).

justseeds.org/artist/erikruin

ELENA KAKALIAGOU



Elena Kakaliagou is a Greek-Austrian french horn player and performer, currently based in Berlin. Starting out with piano lessons, she moved on to the French horn at the age of 18. After completing her studies in Athens with Vangelis Skouras, she moved on to KUG-Graz to continue her education under the teaching of Hector McDonald. Instructed by Erja Joukamo-Ampuja, Elena obtained her Master’s degree from Sibelius Academy, Helsinki in 2010 in French horn and chamber music. During her career, Elena has received scholarships from Klangforum, Impuls and Ensemble Modern with teachers like Mike Svoboda and Bill Formann. Elena’s field of specialization is free improvised and contemporary music, next to classic chamber music. She has performed premiers and classical repertoire both as a soloist and as a member of Ensembles such as Ensemble Linea, Unitedberlin, KNM Berlin, zinc & Copper and zeitkratzer at Festivals such as Ultraschall Berlin, Maerz Music, Randspiele, Musica Nova (Finland), Musica (France), Warsaw Autumn, New Adits and Klanspuren (Austria). She has also worked with individual artists: Riikka Innanen, Samuel Stoll, James Andean, Ingrid Schmoliner, Katharina Klement, Catherine Christer Hennix, Robin Hayward, Simon Steen-Andersen, Thomas Noll, to name but a few. Elena is the co-founder of the Helsinki-based Rank Ensemble, the Austrian trio PARA, the performance groups Lúiss and Continuous Variation, as well as the classical wind quintet Aeolides.

elenakakaliagou.com

CAROLINE CECILIA TALLONE



Caroline Cecilia Tallone lives in Berlin where she works as a musician and luthier. She has played all over Europe with several Italian ensembles, orchestras and singer-songwriters. With a background of classical, antique and folk music, she´s now into experimental, electroacoustic and improvised music. She is a graduate of the Professional Institute of Violin Making in Cremona in 2000 and in 2001 she obtained a post-graduate at the Centro di Formazione Professionale of Cremona. Consequently, qualifications post-diploma in violin maker and in 2006 she graduated from the Civica Scuola of Violin Making in Milan after attending specialization courses in 'Construction of stringed instruments' and in 2008 'Restoration of stringed instruments'. During the same year she attended the course of 'Construction of baroque instruments' at the International Institute of Violin Making, the Centre "CR Forma" company Professional Training of Cremona, the Chamber of Commerce and the University of Pavia achieving the diploma of Superior Technical Baroque Violin Making. In 2013 she attended the course in restoration at the Academy Perosi of Biella. Atelier Tallone is located in Berlin since 2015.

ateliertallone.com

Wednesday, April 04, 2018

MARCH 30 @ ZAAL 100

FRIDAY 30 MARCH @ 20:00

ZAAL 100
De Wittenstraat 100
1052 BA AMSTERDAM

zaal100.nl

RUIN - it is all about shadows - hypnotic dance + music performance



Dirk Bruinsma - sax
Paul Glazier - bariton gitaar
Sato Endo - dans

THE END IS THE END - how many times can you end something?



Ivo Bol - live sampling
Luis Lara Malvacias - dance
Jonathan Zorn - electronics

Luis Lara Malvacías is a Venezuelan choreographer and trans-disciplinary artist. His projects explore the interaction between dance, design, videos, installations, sound, new media and the visual arts. He has worked since 2005 with performer and composer Ivo Bol. Together with American composer and performer Jonathan Zorn they will present a new piece that has only endings.

REASONATOR - installation / performance



Olivier Schreuder - gongs, bells, vietnamese buddha machine

Olivier Schreuder composes & produces electronic and acoustic music with custom made electro-acoustic instruments. He is especially interested in how traditional cultures and new technologies meet, and often works together with musicians from these cultures to find new hybrid forms of music.

Sunday, February 11, 2018

THEMROC



AUXXX + BROTFABRIK present

Cinesthesia Screen Concert 004

THURSDAY 22 MARCH 2018 @ 21:00

BROTFRABIK KINO
Caligariplatz 1
13086 BERLIN

FILM: THEMROC | France 1973 | 1h 40min |

imdb.com/title/tt0069369

LIVE MUSIC:

JOKE LANZ - turntables

Joke says:

"We need more films like 'Themroc', more rebellion against a dull and capitalist society and more courage to break down inhibitions. Destruction as a conscious creative fragmentation of bodies, ideas, opinions, music, language and institutions. Against stupidity, satiety, intolerance, provincialism, against the cowardice to bear responsibility, against the sack that eats at the front and shits at the back."



BROTFRABIK KINO
Caligariplatz 1
13086 BERLIN

brotfabrik-berlin.de

ARTIST INFO

JOKE LANZ



Turntablist Joke Lanz creates autonomous sound-cells that melt into a language free of any function. He combines ritual reductionism with anarchistic playfulness, atmospheric soundscapes with cut-up noise and physicalness with unpredictability: Massive scratches, walls of sound, grooves, loops, noises and voice modulations! He collaborated with: Shelley Hirsch, Christian Marclay, Olaf Rupp, Ken Vandermark, Lasse Marhaug, Jorge Sanchez-Chiong, Strotter Inst, Christian Weber, Charlotte Hug, Audrey Chen, Ute Wassermann, Peter Kowald, DJ Olive, Sophie Agnel, dieb13, eRikM, Martin Tétreault, Christian Wolfarth, Jonas Kocher, Mat Pogo, Kazuhisa Uchihashi, Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, just to name a few. Best known for his international acclaimed Noise project 'Sudden Infant', Joke Lanz is presenting his work since more than 25 years all over the world. Born in Switzerland and currently operating out of Berlin, Joke Lanz is one of the most prolific and profound artists working in the border zones where performance and body art meet Improvisation and Noise.

suddeninfant.com
turntablism666



COMING UP: AUXXX + Monoták in AMSTERDAM

FRIDAY 30 MARCH @ 20:00

ZAAL 100
De Wittenstraat 100
1052 BA AMSTERDAM

zaal100.nl

RUIN - it is all about shadows - hypnotic dance + music performance



Dirk Bruinsma - sax
Paul Glazier - bariton gitaar
Sato Endo - dans

THE END IS THE END - how many times can you end something?



Ivo Bol - live sampling
Luis Lara Malvacias - dance
Jonathan Zorn - electronics

Luis Lara Malvacías is a Venezuelan choreographer and trans-disciplinary artist. His projects explore the interaction between dance, design, videos, installations, sound, new media and the visual arts. He has worked since 2005 with performer and composer Ivo Bol. Together with American composer and performer Jonathan Zorn they will present a new piece that has only endings.

REASONATOR - installation / performance



Olivier Schreuder - gongs, bells, vietnamese buddha machine

Olivier Schreuder composes & produces electronic and acoustic music with custom made electro-acoustic instruments. He is especially interested in how traditional cultures and new technologies meet, and often works together with musicians from these cultures to find new hybrid forms of music.