Klangkörperkultur translates into “features of a resonant body”. Exploring the relationship of brainwaves, sound and geometry, Klangkörperkultur is an ongoing research project. Let yourself be immersed into an experimental performance, revealing the complexity of sound.
DATE: 24th of June, 2017
LOCATION: Schipluidenlaan 12, 1062HE, Amsterdam
Klangkörperkultur will feature a presentation of the project followed by a talk and Q&A, diving deeper in the technologies used to create the performance. The piece will be performed by the following artists:
Hailing from Germany, Cedric Maurice Wiegel is a 22 year young creative concept developer, sound artist and researcher. Building bridges between disciplines such as Art, Science and Entrepreneurship is his intrinsic motivator in order to create meaningful project outcomes of all kinds. Having been born into a musical family, his passion for sound production and musicianship always was the undercurrent of any creative endeavor. Cedric is especially interested in the spatial perception of sound and what role it plays in societal and cultural development.
Marie van Vollenhoven (Amsterdam 1983) lives and works in Maastricht, the Netherlands, as an independent artist, multimedia theatre maker and lecturer in the interdisciplinary art and design & technology department. She works with her fabulous manual and digital techniques in versatile multi-disciplinary art. She often collaborates with musicians, dancers, writers and other professionals and has many varied appearances to her name. Her drawings and moving images are digitally edited and brought to life.
Rapahel Becking’s musical journey began as a little 12 year old boy. Playing guitar in a band, he started performing in small Amsterdam cafes. But once exposed to electronic music, a fascination was ignited. In an old, dusty canal-house attic homestudio, an unbindable curiosity for electronic music production was born. Ever since, Becking is influenced by the Hip-Hop and EDM sound. He aims to go beyond what is present and creates forward-thinking, futuristic music.
Tom has been playing trombone since he was seven, and by now he is actually taller than his instrument. He began in a wind ensemble, but currently plays bass-trombone in a symphonic orchestra and some smaller projects.