: ZKM :: Artikel :: April 11th, 2010



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:::::: ZKM EVENTS :::

Bang on a Can All-Stars :: Brian Enos "Music for Airports" in 1978 marked the founding of a new music style: Ambient music. The Bang on a Can All-Stars perform the album version by Eno as an instrumental adaptation. In addition, the group presents works by Michael Nyman (including "The Piano"), Julia Wolfe, and Louis Andriessen. The Bang on a Can All-Stars, founded in 1992 and since active as an international ensemble, work within a hybrid musical spectrum with their unusual rock and jazz-related program and various playing techniques ⁄⁄ more
[Bang on a Can All-Stars, Experimental ambient music in the ZKM_Cube | Thurs April 15, 2010, 8 p.m. | Admission EUR 9/6]

The Performer in Electronic Music :: An electronic music concert is typically characterized by the absence of musicians on the stage and complex, instrumental "unplayable" sound structures a situation in which listeners rely greatly on their own perception and the space because the musicians, as focus of attention and "mediators" of the music, are missing. In the newly conceived concert talk series at ZKM, we speak with musicians and composers and discuss artistic strategies ⁄⁄ more
[The Interpret as Interface | Talk in the ZKM_Lecture Hall, Thurs 15 April 6 p.m. | Barbara Lüneburg and Evan Ziporyn (Bang on a Can All-Stars) in conversation with Julia Gerlach | Admission free]

Flux :: Violinist Barbara Lüneburg is more than an interpreter of contemporary music. Both artistically as well as scientifically, she questions the role of the interpreter as an interface between instrument, composer, and audience in the concert situation. Her multimedia program for violin and e-violin fluctuates between music and video with movement sensors for light and laser projections, among other ways. Program including: Yannis Kyriakides "Re: Mad Masters" (2010) for violin (alternative, viola), video and live electronics, Dai Fujikura (Music), Tomoya Yamaguchi (Video) "Flux" (2010) for violin and live video, Marko Ciciliani "Alias" (2007) for e-violin, live electronics, light, and laser ⁄⁄ more
[Interactive audiovisual performance with the violinist Barbara Lüneburg in the ZKM_Cube | Sat April 17, 2010, 9 p.m. | Admission EUR 9/6]


Experiments in Art and Technology. research@zkm :: In conjunction with its twenty-year anniversary, ZKM will open its archives. More than 1,500 videos, around 13,650 works of electroacoustic music and a selection of more than 1,000 documents can be comfortably called up and studied at viewing and listening sites and via innovative interfaces. With the archive exhibition Experiments in Art and Technology ZKM displays a central piece of media art history - The exhibition runs until May 5th, 2010 ⁄⁄ more

IMAGINING MEDIA@ZKM :: For its twentieth anniversary, the ZKM | Center for Media and Art Karlsruhe will present, its best artistic productions in a lavishly planned review beginning on 10 October 2009. In its research institutes, more than 500 visiting artists from around the world have produced a great number of highly regarded works, which following their presentation in Karlsruhe, have been honored worldwide in biennales, festivals, and exhibitions thereby decisively contributing to shaping the face of media art for two decades. The show aims at no less than reconstructing the international development of media art based on the best productions from the ZKM. Works in the Exhibition: 66movingimages, Algorithmic Echolocation, Bubbles, CHROMA LUX, Disappearance, reconFIGURING the CAVE, The Tree of Knowledge, Miss World, StickiesWorld 2.0, SusiCarts, YOUbiläums Browser I and YOUbiläums Browser II, and many more - The exhibition runs until December 31st, 2010 ⁄⁄ Desktop: http://at.zkm.de | Mobile phone: http://m.at.zkm.de

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