// 02 05/02 14:00 & 21:00 / 06/02 14:00
// HAU 2
// Tickets 12 / 8 (concessions), plus transaction fee (pre-sale)
MORTON SUBOTNICK & SUE C "Sky of Cloudless Sulphur Revisited"
SEMICONDUCTOR "Brilliant Noise"
MASAKO TANAKA & MARKUS POPP "Halveplane v.4" & "Flam v.4.1"
DANIEL MENCHE "Paroxysm"
Signal is made up of key members of the pivotal electronic music label Raster-Noton: founders Carsten Nicolai (Alva Noto), Olaf Bender (Beytone) and Frank Bretschneider (Komet). The aesthetic of Signal is driven by an interest in rhythm and the intersection between sound, visuals and science, and a process in which the rule, coincidence and interaction play equal parts.
See also CINECHAMBER LIVE
Morton Subotnick [US]
Morton Subotnick is one of the pioneers in the development of electronic music and multi-media performance and an innovator in works involving instruments and other media, including interactive computer music systems. In the early 60s, Subotnick co-founded the San Francisco Tape Music Center and with Buchla worked on what may have been the first analogue synthesizer (now at the Smithsonian Museum).
see also CTM OPENING CONCERT
see also A PERSONAL HISTORY
Sue Costabile [US]
Sue Costabile (aka SUE.C) is a visual and performing artist based in the San Francisco Bay area. Her works challenge the norms of photography, video and technology by blending them into an organic and improvisational live performance setting. Costabile synthesizes cinema from photographs, drawings, watercolours, hand-made papers, fabrics and miniature interactive lighting effects.
Semiconductor is artist duo Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt. Through moving image, sound and multi-media installations they explore the material nature of our world and how we experience it. Their work is part of several international public collections and has been exhibited internationally.
"Their RML module of 'Brilliant Noise' takes us into the data vaults of solar astronomy ... Most of the imagery has been collected as single snapshots containing additional information, by satellites orbiting the Earth
The soundtrack highlights the hidden forces at play upon the solar surface, by directly translating areas of intensity within the image brightness into layers of audio manipulation and radio frequencies." (RML)
Masako Tanaka [JP] & Markus Popp [DE]
Tokyo born Masako Tanaka is a panoramic pioneer of CineChamber's ten-channel format. The marvel, mystery and full measure of her spatial organisms flock and swarm the viewer. Tanaka also worked as the main video production head for the "Multiple Otomo" Project on the Asphodel label where she was the primary editor, assembler and visual composition coordinator/adjuster.
A computer musician since the early 90s performing under the name Oval, Popp was influential in so-called glitch with releases on Thrill Jockey and Mille Plateaux. Originally a three-piece, Oval disdained conventional electronic instruments their early albums were composed through the creative abuse of compact disc players. Markus Popp returned with a new Oval album, O
, in 2010.
"Markus Popp's sound nuggets which form the sonic underpinning for Masako Tanaka's video personifications stem from Markus's Oval Commers audio file archives from the early 2000s era
On the hard drive of his Powerbook, Popp had created an archive consisting of tens of thousands of tiny sound fragments which Tanaka dipped into a smaller portion of to re-compile from to utilize a longer reoccurring & evolving musical soundtrack." (RML)
Daniel Menche [US]
Daniel Menche is a musician/sound artist from Portland, Oregon who has worked primarily in the somatic area of noise music, using natural sounds recorded from the human body and the open air, along with broken audio machinery. Known for creating towering plumes of densely droning layers, Menche sees himself as a sound sculptor working with the opposing forces of order and chaos. He has released music on labels such as Soleilmoon, Trente Oiseaux, Or Records, Alien8, Antifrost, Tesco Organisation, Blossoming Noise, f e r n s recordings and Beta-lactam Ring Records.
ONLINE TICKET PRE-SALE
As the CineChamber can only host an audience of 150 at a time, the amount of available tickets per Module is strictly limited. Please follow one of the ticket-links below to book the ticket for your chosen day and time slot now.
Access to the CineChamber Modules is free for holders of a CTM-Festival-Pass, a CTM/TM-Kombi-Pass or an Accreditation. Pass and Accreditation holders have to pick-up a reservation at the box office of the HAU 2 in advance. We advise to do so in due time, as admission can not be granted once the allocated number of reservations for pass and accreditation holders is exceeded. In this case you have the option to attend the requested Module at another time slot or date, as each Module will be shown for a total of nine times in the course of the festival.
WED 02/02 14:00
WED 02/02 21:00
THU 03/02 14:00
THU 03/02 21:00
FRI 04/02 14:00
FRI 04/02 21:00
SAT 05/02 14:00
SAT 05/02 21:00
SUN 06/02 14:00