Contrapunct (work presentation w/o artist)
Jemma Woolmore (AV)
Cosmin TRG (work presentation w/o artist)
Luise Enzian & Kaan Bulak
Zo (Tarik Barri & Lea Fabrikant) (AV)
Stefan Hadjiev (work presentation w/o artist)
Sudden Beach & ChunLi Wang (AV)
Venue: Zora Auguste Gallery & Showroom, Leipziger Str. 60, 10117 Berlin
Doors open 6.30pm, events start 7pm. The 3-G rules apply for the events, which means everyone needs to bring a proof of vaccination/recovery/test. Please wear a FFP2-mask.
KLANGBOX is a concert series with audio(visual) acts that refer to sound art and express a variety of perspectives. Each edition is presenting different approaches while the musicians are invited to question familiar sounds and instruments. Boundary areas are explored - be it through classical instruments, electronic production, avant-garde approaches, improvisation or ideas linked to visual expressions. For each of the three KLANGBOX editions, four half-hour contributions by artists will be presented together in a salon concert like a live sound gallery, including one audiovisual performance. The visual works will also be available as limited art prints, the audio works as double cassette boxes and digital releases. As a reverberation of the concerts, individual sounds of the performances can be experienced as an installation in a "room box" in the basement (opening hours 2.-12.9. / Thursdays to Sundays 12-18h). KLANGBOX is curated and presented by Feral Note, a Berlin label focusing on electro-acoustic art music. The venue, gallery and showroom Zora Auguste (Leipziger Str. 60, 10117 Berlin), has been created by two art and design lovers, Nella Beljan and Marie Wez. The ground floor area with high ceilings will have a quadrophonic concert setting; the basement area used as a bank vault in GDR times, offers special echo acoustics for the installation with individual sounds, presented with radial loudspeakers.
Supported by Martion Audiosysteme and Zora Auguste. Funded by Musikfonds e.V. by means of the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media (BKM), as part of the NEUSTART KULTUR recovery programme.