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Curated by Geoff Stern, SONIC SPACE consists of sound installations by artists who are active within the sound art scene in Berlin and internationally. The exhibition series explores sound’s materiality from a variety of artistic perspectives, reflecting the complex field of sound art in contemporary practice – from provocative noise manifestos and soundscapes of catastrophe to musical sculptures and conceptual critiques of social space.

Visitors at SONIC SPACE

Visitors at SONIC SPACE

Visitors at SONIC SPACE

Visitors at SONIC SPACE

 

 

 

March 4, 2019 Uncategorized

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Performance, 20 November 2014
Keyboard, prepared vibraphone, saxophone and electronics

 


As the electro-acoustic quartet SOEL, Rieko Okuda, Emilio Gordoa, Miriam Siebenstädt and Marcello Lussana create meditative sonic landscapes that gradually transform over time. Through repetition and almost imperceptible variations, Siebenstädt’s multiphonics on saxophone and Lussana’s electronic sound objects are layered with the overtones and noises of Gordoa’s prepared vibraphone and Okuda’s rhythmically and tonally ambiguous patterns on the keyboard.

 

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RIEKO OKUDA, pianist and composer, began studying classical music at the age of 3 in Japan and later studied jazz in Philadelphia, where she became involved in free improvisation. She has performed with improvisational giants Marshall Allen, Elliott Levine (with Cecil Taylor) and Calvin Weston (with Ornette Coleman). In 2014 she worked with Japanese artist YUZU by arranging a song called ‘Amenochi Hareruya’, which was awarded the Japan Record Award.

 

EMILIO GORDOA is a mexican composer and vibraphonist involved in numerous projects in sound art, experimental music, noise, free jazz, improvisation and contemporary music, including his work as a soloist and in collaboration with theatre and dance. Seeking to redefine the vibraphone, he treats it with preparations and extended techniques. Gordoa is also a composer of graphic scores for a variety of ensembles for theatre, documentary films and audiovisual performances.

 

MIRIAM SIEBENSTÄDT, multi-instrumentalist and sound artist from Berlin, is involved in different projects that focus on minimalism, sound as sound, free improvisation and the use of extended instrumental techniques and preparations. She also works in the field of dance and produces music for experimental films and videos.

 

MARCELLO LUSSANA, composer, software engineer and free thinker, specialises in interactive music systems. The focal point of his work is the interaction between music and human movement. Lussana is based in Berlin and also produces audiovisual performances, dance and theatre.

 

November 20, 2014 Uncategorized

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17 JULY – 23 JULY 2016

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ANDRE TEMPLE 2015

SCULPTURE GARDEN INSTALLATION

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July 20, 2015 Uncategorized

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April 11, 2016 Uncategorized

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7 December 2016

Wednesday 20.00

 

Duo

Axel Dörner – processed trumpet

Richard Scott – modular synthesizer

 

Trio

Matthias Müller – trombone

Brad Henkel – trumpet

Nicola Hein -guitar

 

Duo

Audrey Chen – voice

Phil Minton voice

 

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Axel Dörner

Image © Geoff Stern Art Space

 

October 9, 2016 Uncategorized

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07 September 2016

Wednesday 20.00

Experimental musicians and visual motion artists improvise together in this triple set audio/visual

show.

 

Duo
AVVA: ideomotoric chatroom:

Toshimaru Nakamura – no-input mixing desk, video.

Billy Roisz – electronics, e-bass, video. (sponsored by: Federal Chancellery Austria)

 

Solo

Tatsuru Arai – electronics, digital projections

 

Duo

Akiko Nakayama – Alive Painting
Korhan Erel – electronics

 

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Photo: Akiko Nakayama performing her ‘Alive Painting’.

 

 

August 26, 2016 Uncategorized

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07 September 2016
Opening reception: Wednesday 07 September at 20:00

 

Wolfgang Flad

The Art Space is very happy to announce that the Berlin based Sculptor, Wolfgang Flad will be unveiling his new site-specific installation in Art Space 2, to coincide with our audio/visual event.

 

KISS AND TELL @Tampa Museum of Art
Kiss And Tell @Tampa Museum of Art

 

Plus DAG & Isabel Kerkermeier

 

August 26, 2016 Uncategorized

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WEDNESDAY 20TH JULY 2016

20.00

SOLO

AXEL DÖRNER – TRUMPET

DUO

SUBROUTINE

ROBIN HAYWARD – MICROTONAL TUBA

MORTEN J. OLSEN – ROTATING BASS DRUM

SOLO

AUDREY CHEN – CELLO, VOICE

DUO

BILLIANA VOUTCHKOVA – VIOLIN

MIAKO KLEIN – BASS RECORDER

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VISUAL ART

ISABEL KERKERMEIER

DAG

ANDRE TEMPEL

 

July 12, 2016 Uncategorized

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20.00

DUO

RICHARD SCOTT – MODULAR SYNTHESIZER

TOMOMI ADACHI – VOICE & ELECTRONICS

SOLO

MICHAEL VORFELD

LIGHT BULB MUSIC

LIGHT BULBS & ELECTRONIC DEVICES

DUO

AFTERBURNER

AUDREY CHEN – VOICE

DORON SADJA – ELECTRONICS & LIGHT PROJECTIONS

VISUAL ART

DAG – ISABEL KERKERMEIER – SABINE GROSS – ANDRE TEMPEL

AUDREY CLOSE UP FINAL WEB 2!

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Audrey Chen and Doron Sadja of Afterburner
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Richard Scott performing live at the Art Space
Photo – Raquel Olives
Tomomi colour web 2!
Tomomi Adachi performing live at the Art Space
LIGHTBULB MICHAEL VORFELD
Michael Vorfeld’s audio visual art (above)
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Visual artist DAG is creating a new site-specific wall painting for the show!

May 1, 2016 Uncategorized

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20.00

DUO

SUBROUTINE

ROBIN HAYWARD – MICROTONAL TUBA

MORTEN J. OLSEN – ROTATING BASS DRUM

 TRIO

MAZEN KERBAJ – TRUMPET

MIKE MAJKOWSKI – DOUBLE BASS

TONY BUCK – DRUMS

DUO

HILARY JEFFERY – TROMBONE

SIMON ROSE – BARITONE SAXOPHONE

  MAZEN COLOUR 2Mazen Kerbaj performing live

The Art Space focuses on Brass musical instruments, for this wonderful experimental music concert line up! Microtonal Tuba, Trumpet, Trombone, and Baritone Saxophone are accompanied by double bass and rotating bass drum.


April 21, 2016 Uncategorized