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Seiji Morimoto – Short Summer – out now!

SHORT SUMMER - Seiji Morimoto  

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A characteristic resonance investigation, which is generated between the vibrating objects (buzzer: 400Hz) and different materials.

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TRACKLIST:

1. WOODEN BOX (20’00”)

2. TIN CAN (20’00”)

3. PLASTIC TRAY  (20’00”)

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Recorded and mastered by KRIS LIMBACH at emitter19 studio, Berlin June 2011
Design: MICOL FAVINI
© 2013 emitter micro / SEIJI MORIMOTO

http://www.seijimorimoto.com/

TRANS E MISSIONS// liebig12, 01.03.2014

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TRANS E MISSIONS (DREI DUOS)

01.03.2014

7pm

A trans- sonic & trans- geographic event, shaped by de – interlacing performances of paired artists such as:

SEIJI MORIMOTO & MAKOTO OSHIRO - self electronics

seiji morimoto tokyo 1971, musicology kunitachi college of music, electronic pieces john cage sound performances, installations,videos. 2003berlin,international festivals uncertain acoustic appearances usual objects,water stones, tech medium. with takehisa kosugi, keitetsu murai, olivier di placido, francesco cavaliere, olaf hochherz, rius van alebeek, ignaz schick, luciano maggiore, crys cole, felicity mangan, alessandra eramo, nicolas wiese, kakawaka, seijiro murayama, jamie drouin, hannes lingens, johnny chang, katsura yamauchi and many others.
More under: www.seijimorimoto.com

makoto oshiro performer installation artist tokyo, japan. sound, other elements light, electricity movement objects. live performances, self-made tools instruments electronic devices, every day materials junk. sound physical auditory phenomena, interlocks / interferes & mediums.
More under: www.makotooshiro.com

PIERCE WARNECKE & KRIS LIMBACH - field re recordings

kris lim­bach’s sound ap­p­lied physics film- edit­ing tech­ni­ques film sound aest­he­tics “be­gin_ if _ ()” pro­ject (upcoming release of begin _if_ (3) at agxivatein in spring) live per­for­man­ces.
la­bels such as ri­chard garet’s con­tour edi­ti­ons, staal­ta­pe,
mo­dis­ti, frame­work radio and more.
to­ge­ther with pierce war­ne­cke the emit­ter micro fes­ti­val and label.
More under: www.krislimbach.com

pierce warnecke is a sound and video berklee college of music meisterschüler studies udk kunst und medien. audiovisual installations, performances pieces emitter micro festival and label with kris limbach.
kw institut, leap, feed, harvestworks (ny), luggage store gallery (sf), berklee (boston), calarts (la) festivals zero1 biennale, transmediale vorspiele, bozart/beaf (brussels), madeiradig, nuits sonores, boston cyberarts, visionsonic, pixelache, vidéoformes, sxsw interactive and more khalija, staaltape, gaffer records, attenuation circuit gruenrekorder.
More under: www.piercewarnecke.blogspot.com , www.piercewarnecke.com

PAUL ROTH & IAN DOUGLAS-MOORE - saxophone guitar

mediumloud noise music for saxophone/guitar.
soundwalls that process textural distortions, microtonal manipulations, and other sound curiosities.
improviser, composer, alto saxophonist paul n roth, p roth, paul nicholas roth, pnrIII, p3, nicholas p roth/// working through
More under: www.soundcloud.com/id-m/paul-roth-ian-douglas-moore , www.paulnroth.com

(http://www.liebig12.net/trans-e-missions-drei-duos/)

Louis Laurain performing solo at Emitter Micro

Lives and works in Paris, his work is focused principally on two topics. Firstly an acoustic approach to the instrument through different collaborations in the field of improvised music and free-jazz (Die Hochstapler, Actuum). Secondly, work on the amplification of instruments (“close miking”) with the aim of creating the illusion of an electric or electronic “machine instrument” (solo, HiFi LoNoise).

He will be performing an acoustic solo set at Emitter Micro 2013, May 11th at Ausland.

TAPEDANCES (Rinus van Alebeek + Barbara Lazara duo)

sounds of body, space & voice for magnetic tapes

 

RINUS VAN ALEBEEK 

Rinus van Alebeek (1956, Heerlen, The Netherlands) is a writer who uses his (environmental) recordings on tape to narrate a story. During the nineties he published two books (pseud. Philip Markus) in his native country.  The first novel (De Weg naar Oude God) won the prestigious Geert Jan Lubberhuizen Prijs, a yearly award for the best first novel.

An accidental encounter with electronic and avant garde music in the year 2000 at the Lem festival in Barcelona, and an introduction to the cassette culture gave way to his further artistic development. In the first decade of this century van Alebeek made a thorough research on how to make or manipulate recordings. Thanks to a great number of concerts, sometimes an average of ten in a month, he developed an approach of which people say it is ‘ between noise and pure poetry.’ 

‘Rinus Van Alebeek is a peculiar observer of reality and an artist who instinctively transforms lo-fi tape recordings into evocative sound poems, being able to create a “détachement” towards the used media, which is a characteristic of the most original artists.’ (Luis Costa, president of Binaural and Associação Cultural de Nodar)

More about Rinus van Alebeek on rinusvanalebeek.wordpress.com

BARBARA LAZARA

Barbara Lazara is a performer/voice artist based in Mexico City. She has been working on the relation between body, voice and space, using choreography, microphones and natural corporeal resonances.

With her solo project ‘Aurora Yaqui’, she uses voice loops and the acoustic characteristics of the space to create drones, natural overtones aswell as audio feedback, playing with different voice forms and amplification. Lázara has been giving solo performances and workshops in Mexico and often performing Europe in collaboration with theatre artists and choreographers. Her works have been released by Staalplaat (GER), Volta (MEX), and broadcast on Antenas Intervenciones (ECUADOR).

Phill Niblock and Thomas Ankersmit

Phill Niblock and Thomas Ankersmit will open the festival tomorrow, May 9th, at Musikinstrumenten-Museum.

Phill Niblock

Born in Indiana in 1933, Phill Niblock is an intermedia artist using music, film, photography, video and computers. Since 1985, he has been the director of Experimental Intermedia Foundation in New York, which extended to Ghent, Belgium in 1993.

He makes thick, loud drones of music, filled with microtones of instrumental timbres, which generate many other tones in the performance space. Simultaneously, he presents films / videos which look at the movement of people working, or computer driven black and white abstract images floating through time.

At Emitter Micro 2013, he will be performing the piece Music and Images (from the Movement of People Working films).

Thomas Ankersmit

Born 1979, in Leiden, The Netherlands, Thomas Ankersmit is a musician and installation artist based in Berlin and Amsterdam. He makes live electroacoustic music with analogue and digital electronics, as well as alto saxophone.

Since 2006 his main instrument, both live and in the studio, has been the Serge analogue modular synthesizer.  His work with analogue synthesizers is characterized by a gentle abuse of the equipment, using feedback and disturbances to the signal flow to create dense but finely detailed swarms of electronic sound.

He will be performing a solo set of circa 30 minutes with Serge analogue modular synthesizer and/or computer.

 

 

Seiji Morimoto performing ‘Tycho’

Born in Tokyo 1971, studied musicology at the Kunitachi College of Music, graduating in 1996. During this period he began to play the electronic pieces by John Cage and his own sound performances. Since then he has been creating sound performances, installations and videos. In 2003 Morimoto moved to Berlin, has performed and exhibited in many international festivals including transmediale in Berlin, Experimental Music Festival in Munich. He is interested in the uncertain acoustic appearances between usual objects, for example water and stones, and the technical medium.

He will be performing ‘Tycho’, which stands for feedback system, contact microphone and pitch/time shifting. Tycho Brahe was a Danish astronomer known for his discovery of a supernova in the Cassiopeia constellation in 1572 that was so bright it was even visible during the day.

 

 

Schneider TM + Kptmichigan + Mek Obaam (Trio)

Schneider TM + Kptmichigan + Mek Obaam (Trio) used to be the regular band for the long Schneider TM tours during the City Slang period, playing, de- & reconstructing the material from albums like Moist, Binokular, Zoomer & Skoda Mluvit. This improv set with 2 guitars + electronic drums will be the first time in 7 years that this trio plays together again.

Schneider TM is a multidimensional music project from Dirk Dresselhaus, named after his nickname Schneider. For a while now, Dirk has also been moving Schneider TM in the direction of instantly composed freeform music, employing varying instruments including guitar, electronics, balaphon as well as field recordings.

Jochen Arbeit performing with Hopek Quirin

With their performance ‘Reconstruction of the Feedback Ink Bar’, Jochen Arbeit and Hopek Quirin will undertake, by a kind of sonic archaeology, a restoration of the infamous, and now defunct Vancouver Bar of the 80’s. Jochen Arbeit plays guitar and effects; Hopek Quirin plays bass, effects and microcassettes.

Kim Cascone at Emitter Micro 2013

Kim Cascone will be performing his unique “Dark Stations” piece at Emitter Micro 2013. “Dark Stations” is a forty-two minute work utilizing Schumann resonances, spricom frequencies, binaural and monaural beat frequencies and spatial effects to induce an altered state in the listener. The event’s structure is derived from the Fibonacci series.

The audience sits in the center of the triangle and is invited to meditate during the event.

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“Dark Stations” is an acoustic mirror, a reflecting pool bringing the audience’s unconscious to the surface through the technique of entrainment, allowing them to project onto the sonic gauze. “Dark Stations” could be likened to a scrying mirror into which the viewers unconscious is projected then reflected back to them.

Kim Cascone will perform on the last day of the festival, May 11th, at Ausland.