Last summer STEIM started their new event series ‘Connector’. Every first Thursday of the month we will connect with another collective or disciplin, resulting in either a concert or exhibition.
The first edition of 2018 has been postponed a week and will be on Thursday 11 January!
This time we have invited Tatsuru Arai with his A/V performance, and students of HKU will make compositions for the WMWM installation. And of course the Sound Art Hallway will be open to visit.
“Matters-ton” from Hyper Serial Music
Sound Visual performance
Matters-ton is the 2nd chapter of Tatsuru Arai’s Hyper Serial Music project. Aiming to expand, in a new contemporary sense, classical means related to the history of Serial Music. Tatsuru’s work has developed and evolved into more complex and higher quality results, unfolding the relation between sound and matters on the
three dimensions of space. By means of algorithmic simulation, principles designing the audio-visual substance are correlated directly on showing the physical side of Universe through human perception.
WMWM & HKU
WMWM is an audiovisual artwork, developed by Tijs Ham and Roald van Dillewijn, that takes the center stage in a series of concerts and performances. The audience is positioned around the object and treated to a combination of moiré patterns blended with ambient and drones. A novel approach to spacial audio, an inverted variation of the standard 5.1 setup, opens up new possibilities of sonically exploring the acoustics of the performance space. For this edition of Connector a few students of HKU will compose and perform a piece, mentored by Roald van Dillewijn.
Roald van Dillewijn is a sound artist from The Netherlands. Using hacked hardware and home-made software to create spectral joy. In his recordings and performances he dives deep into the textural possibilities of ambient and drone music. Next to his solo work he also a part of Puin + Hoop and The Void*.
DATE: Thursday 11 January, 2018
TIME: 20:30 (Door opens 20:00 hrs.)
COST: €7,50 (cash at the door)
LOCATION: STEIM (Broedplaats Lely), Schipluidenlaan 12, Amsterdam
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