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post-residency concert
Anthea Caddy & Judith Hamann / Inge van den Kroonenberg / Jürgen De Blonde (Köhn)
11/12/2015 - 19:00 / 20:30

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Jürgen De Blonde : MD4KP1

Inge van den Kroonenberg : Sing it back

Anthea Caddy & Judith Hamann : double cello

Jürgen De Blonde (Köhn) plays MD4KP1, a work which consists in no-input feedback of a minidisc fourtrack (yamaha md4) which has been treated through a kaoss pad 1 and layered by means of a  DAW. It has a quadrophonic setting. In the piece Jürgen researches how he can confront recordings and improvisation with each other. After playing the first layer live, the second will be added to its play-back through improvisation. The procedure is repeated a third time.

Inge van den Kroonenberg shares the outcome of her residency with a performance of her project ‘Geräusche und Stimmungen’, titles part II : ‘Sing it Back’. It’s a vocal and feedback experiment where microphone feedback and voice meet through self organization and sound orientation.

Anthea Caddy & Judith Hamann have been in residency as well, working on the collaborative piece ‘Cello II’, an immersive performance experience, exploring the acoustic capacities of two cellos through electroacoustic spatialisation, durational listening and site specific use of room tone.

Using amplification to identify microscopic and subtle nuances of the cello, the double cello project develops works that identify a combination of pitch and resonance, positioning them within an expanded context of temporality, and deep immersion for the audience. Focused in part on durational listening, over the course of concerts that are a minimum of an hour in length, Cello II develops seemingly simple sounds into an increasingly complex and engaging sound world, as the cellists navigate and magnify the minute details of two cellos interacting in space. The double cello project uses spatialised amplification to tune the acoustics of site specific performance spaces, creating an environment where the works submerge the listener, suspending and extending their sense of time and space. The space itself is darkened, creating a unique experience where the work is presented as an intersection point between performance and installation, with the audience able to move through and alter their perspective throughout the work.

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