TILDE- Polish Experimental Music In Scandinavia // Talk: Polish Radio Experimental Studio

Datum: 
1 Oct 2015 - 18:30

TILDE- Polish experimental music in Scandinavia is a presentation of the most important achievements of Polish experimental music. The project shows a broad spectrum of Polish electroacoustic improvised, electronic, and contemporary music. Concerts are preceded by lectures about the Polish Radio Experimental Studio - known from the 60’s as a one of the important centre for contemporary experimental music in Europe by Michał Libera.
Curated by: Zuzanna Fogtt

Talk: Michał Libera

Performances:
Robert Piotrowicz
Gerard Lebik
Piotr Damasiewicz
Martyna Poznańska

Joined by: Josefin Lindebrink

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https://www.facebook.com/events/515017162012810/

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Entré: 80/60 kr studerande/Fylkingen medlemmar

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Michał Libera

Over the last two decades, the renessaince of polish experimental and avantgarde music, its own history related mostly to 60. and 70. was forgotten. Most of the recent trends in contemporary music in Poland started from a scratch, in a way out of nowhere, as if the only reference points were history books of Western Music which neglected its Central-European heritage, including Poland. The presentation aims at covering this blind spot as well facing the question what is experimental music today, after more than 50 years after its establishing. The focus of the lecture will be the most important phenomena in experimental music of the region with special emphasis on visual / audio art and Polish Radio Experimental Studio, one of its most important institutions.

Michał Libera - sociologist, freelance music producer, curator and writer. He runs a sublabel of conceptual pop called Populista dedicated to mis- and over-interpretation of music, he organizes irregular concert series collaborating with National Art Gallery Zachęta, CCA, Polish National Museum all in Warsaw, Galerie West in The Hague, Satelita in Berlin.

www.patakaind.blogspot.com

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Robert Piotrowicz

Concert is based on solo structured improvisation instrumentalized exclusively to modular synthesizer. It is purely live creation always connected to acoustic specification of the space as well as speakers. Performance of Piotrowicz brings wide range of sonic events, rich in details multilayered form has also distinct drama.

Robert Piotrowicz - sound artist, composer, improviser.
He has authored radio dramas, sound installations, and music for theatre productions, and collaborates regularly with other artists on audio-visual performances. As an instrumentalist, Piotrowicz works mainly with his own live performance setup, developed around the electric guitar and analogue modular synthesiser. His music has as much in common with contemporary electro-acoustic compositions as it does with sound art.

www.robertpiotrowicz.net
www.soundcloud.com/rurokura

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Martyna Poznanska

Martyna Poznanska is a sound artist investigating environmental sounds, noise within urban environments, associations between sounds and objects, and performative aspects of listening. Her work features composed music created with field recordings, installations, situational performances, and live improvisation. She studied at the University of the Arts, London, and is currently studying Sound at UdK, Berlin. She works between Krakow, London and Berlin.

http://www.martynapoznanska.com/

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Gerard Lebik

A leap second, the 26th, June 30, 2015 at 23:59:60 UTC
Sound from „A leap second project” recorded in Seydisfjordur on sound residency in Skalar Center june/jule 2015
Read more about „A leap second project” here:
http://www.sanatoriumdzwieku.pl/en/program/a-leap-second-the-26th-june-3...

Gerard Lebik - sound artist, musician living Wroclaw/Poland. Works with improvised, experimental and intermedia music. H's the author of sound installations and sound interventions in public space. Creates music and sound either by improvisation, musical notation or through directly manipulation of sonic material using electro and acoustic media.

http://www.gerardlebik.com
http://gerardlebik.blogspot.com/

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Piotr Damasiewicz

Solo trumpet improvisation.

Piotr Damasiewicz - born in Wroclaw, is a composer, trumpeter, multiinstrumentalist. He reaches to the language of jazz, moving towards free jazz ideas, through European classical music, all the way to the achievements of modern music, including European improvised music, sound art, electro acoustic improvisation and experimental music.

http://culture.pl/en/artist/piotr-damasiewicz

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Zuzanna Fogtt

Zuzanna Fogtt - co-founder of the Foundation for Contemporary Art In Situ, working on the culture field as a manager, producer, curator and creative director. A graduate of Architecture at Warsaw University of Technology. The author of numerous cultural events and festivals: Contexts, Sanatorium of Sound, Hommage à Kieślowski.

http://www.insitu.pl/
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Josefin Lindebrink

Sound originates from the vibration of objects. As acoustic energy transmits through an environment it interacts with spatial boundaries. Physical objects are able to produce, reflect and absorb sound. In this piece Josefin will work with the performance venue of Fylkingen, sonifying room objects and structures.

Josefin Lindebrink is an acoustican and artist based in Stockholm, Sweden. Her work combines acoustical research with artistic practices, intersecting with perceptual studies of auditory environments.

http://www.josefinlindebrink.com/

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Medlemsproduktion: Josefin Lindebrink

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