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Bonnie Jones, Christine Sehnaoui, Andrea Neumann
01/03/2011 - 10/03/2011

Andrea Neumann, Bonnie Jones, and Christine Sehnaoui are improvising musicians based in Berlin, Baltimore, and Paris respectively. In their musical collaborations and projects, they have performed extensively in Europe, Asia, and the United States, notably the Whitney Museum (NYC), Ars Electronica (Linz), Trondheim Museum (Trondheim). Neumann, Jones and Sehnaoui bring a unique and singular approach to their instruments, exploring non-traditional approaches in form, timbre, and technique. Neumann’s exploration of the piano for new sound possibilities has led her to reduce the instrument to its strings, its resonance board and the cast-iron frame. Playing this un-mounted ‘leftover’ of a piano, with the help of electronics to amplify and manipulate the sound, she has developed several of her own playing techniques, sounds, and ways for preparing the instrument. Exploring the indeterminate nature of circuit bent electronics; Jones works plays the circuit boards of digital delay pedals. The instruments are manipulated and played through direct contact with her hands and instrument cables. She also uses found sounds, field recordings, and cassettes to layer the real and imagined sonic spaces we inhabit. Sehnaoui is a self-taught alto saxophonist who employs unusual and innovative extended playing techniques to develop a singular, compelling musical language. The Q-O2 residency will be the first time the musicians will work together as a trio.

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Q-O2 is supported by the Flemish Community, VGC and Creative Europe
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