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<nettime-ann> Concert Invitation - Berlin Sat 21st Nov 2009 - Electronic
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<nettime-ann> Concert Invitation - Berlin Sat 21st Nov 2009 - Electronic Music Concert 03


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Sorry for cross posting, invitation for a concert in Berlin.


AUSREIHE in Cooperation with NK Presents : Electronic Music Concert 03

Lineup a-z:
	Alberto De Campo (AT) Berlin - Computer Improvisation
	DJ Sniff (JP) from steim/Amsterdam - Experimental Turntablist
	EVOL (ES) from Barcelona - Extreme Computer Music Cell
	Kaffe Matthews (UK) from London - 8 Multichannel Performance
	Suk-Jun Kim (KR) Berlin - Imaginary Electroacoustic Music

Date:		Sat 21st Nov 2009
Time:		22:00 open / 23:00 start
Fee:			8 EURO
Venue:		Heimathafen Neukölln - Studio
			http://www.heimathafen-neukoelln.de/
Address:		Karl-Marx-Straße 141
			12043 Berlin, Germany


Alberto De Campo (AT) Berlin - Computer Improvisation
Alberto de Campo has studied classical composition, jazz guitar, and electronic music in Austria and the US. After working at UC Santa Barbara, designing experimental software instruments with Curtis Roads, he taught at Media Arts Academy Cologne, the Institute for Electronic Music in Graz, and at TU Berlin. He held a professorship for Music Informatics at Music University Duesseldorf, and currently is Professor for Generative Art at Arts Univ. Berlin. He plays with powerbooks_unplugged (just in time programming on mostly unamplified laptops); improvisation groups with acoustic instruments such as Quiet Noise Quartet, Syntopia Ensemble, and ad hoc constellations; electronic music with BlippooHazard (four musicians playing the Blippoo Box, a hardware synth by Rob Hordijk). Recent projects include creating software instruments and sound installations with Florian Hecker, e.g. 'No Night No Day' at Biennale Venice, and AuditoryObjects (Bordeaux), and collaborating with Marcus Schmickler and Carsten Goertz on "Bonner Durchmusterung", a project involving sonification und visualisation of atronomical data.

DJ Sniff (JP) from steim/Amsterdam - Experimental Turntablist
believes in the instrumental autonomy of the turntable and the musicianship of the DJ. He is a turntable musician working in the field of improvised and experimental music. His music focuses on the live reconstruction and narratization of the phonographically amplified - the music, the sound, the technology and the past. To achieve this, he uses a unique setup consisting of hand-made hardware interfaces and a custom Max/MSP software along with one turntable and DJ mixer. He is also a concert/event curator for electronic music and a researcher of music technology. Since 2005 he has been involved with STEIM's (Studio for Electro-Instrumental Music, Amsterdam) R&D lab. From 2007 on, he is STEIM's Artistic Director, curating public events and representing the institution through performances and lectures. dj sniff regularly performs with computer musician Yutaka Makino as Audile and with saxophonist Keir Neuringer and Bassist Raed Yassin.
http://djsniff.com/

EVOL (ES) from Barcelona - Extreme Computer Music Cell
EVOL is a computer music cell started in Barcelona in 1996. Their work has been released on internationally acclaimed record labels such as Mego, Entr'acte, Lucky Kitchen, Diskono, Scarcelight, Antifrost, fals.ch or their own ALKU. In 2003 the group started a series of electroacoustic pieces entitled 'Punani' which addresses some of the main aspects of their work, namely: algorithmic composition, noise, psychedelia, system trajectories and the musical application of fractal geometry and other mathematical phenomena, somewhere in between Denis Smalley's concept of "spectromorphology", black magic and what Agostino Di Scipio called "functional iteration synthesis". Recently they have released 'Punani Xerrameca', a 10" on ALKU, and 'Fart Synthesis' a cassette on Presto!?
http://vivapunani.org/

Kaffe Matthews (UK) from London - 8 Multichannel Performance
Kaffe Matthews was born in Essex, England, and lives and works in London. Since 1996 she has been making new electro-acoustic music through a system of self designed software matrices through which she pulls and pushes different sounds live. The variety of sounds, things and places she has worked with have ranged from self played violin and theremin, sounds of spaces, kite strings on an uninhabited Scottish Island, flight data from NASA scientists, Scottish and Irish pipers, melting ice in Quebec, the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, vibrating wires in the West Australian outback and recently a Vietnamese monochord and seaside sounds processed with 11 year olds to be dispersed by visitor pedalled bicycles. She has just returned from a month of working with sharks and conservation scientists on the Galapagos Islands.
http://www.kaffematthews.net/

Suk-Jun Kim (KR) Berlin - Imaginary Electroacoustic Music
A Korean Composer whose main output is electroacoustic music, Suk-Jun Kim’s music focuses mainly on the sense of places that are fantastic, imaginary, magical, and realistic, where listeners can visit, stop by, and dwell on. His music has received a number of international awards: Métamorphoses (2000 & 2008), Regional Composition Prize at 2008 ICMC in Belfast, CIMESP (2007), Bourges (2001), ASCAP/SEAMUS Student Commission Competition (2001) as well as mentions and finalists in MUSICA VIVA (2005) and MUSICA NOVA (2002 & 2005).
He now lives in Berlin as an Aritist-in-Residence composer at DAAD.
His research concentrates on listening and imagining in electroacoustic music and a framework based on ‘acousmatic reasoning,’ a listening process using both spectromorphological and semiotic listening modes, which listeners of electroacoustic music employ to ‘make sense’ out of the acousmatic experiences.


AUSREIHE
http://ausreihe.com/
AUSREIHE is an independent organization dedicated to experimental electronic/computer music, founded in Berlin, Germany 2009.

NK
http://www.nkprojekt.de/
NK is dedicated to Sound Art practices, situated at Elsenstr 52 in the Neukölln area in Berlin.

Contact
AUSREIHE : Daisuke Ishida
info(at)ausreihe.com



Recommendation for our guests :
On the same day Sat 21st Nov, there is also a wonderful event HOERENSEHEN 2.0 going on in Berlinische Galerie presented by KLANGNETZ.ORG .
You could check there before AUSREIHE concert begins.
KLANGNETZ.ORG and AUSREIHE would like to see you in both sites.
Further info about HOERENSEHEN 2.0 - http://hoerensehen.net/

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