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BERLIN -Das Elektronische Studio der TU @ CTM-Festival | 26.01.2015 | 20 Uhr | HAU2

Subject: Das Elektronische Studio der TU @ CTM-Festival |
26.01.2015 | 20 Uhr | HAU2
Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2015
From: Pysiewicz | TU Berlin

Das Elektronische Studio der TU Berlin,
FG Audiokommunikation
praesentiert im Rahmen des CTM-Festivals

Montag, 26. Januar 2015
Un Tune I

20:00- 22:00h

HAU2 Hallesches Ufer 32 10963 Berlin
Tickets 11 / 8 Euros reduced

CTM 2015 Radio Lab:

Sol Rezza
the Darkness of the World” (world premiere)
Pierre Alexandre Tremblay

„nureinwortgenügtnicht (world premiere)“

The first of six programmes presented at the HAU2 proposes two live
performances on a special multi channel sound system. Imaginative
narration and an eclecticism of styles engulf listeners in a surround
sound environment.

One of two winners of the CTM 2015 Radio Lab open call for works, which
sought unusual ideas for pairing the specific artistic possibilities of
radio with the potentials of live performance, Mexico city-based radio
composer and sound designer Sol Rezza premieres “In the Darkness
of the World.” The experimental radio play pulls the hydrophone away
from its primarily scientific usage into the realm of storytelling to
recount a tale through sound – namely Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues
Under the Sea, as it explores the dark, underwater world where light is
scarce and the only consistent guide is sound. Using 3D acousmatic
sound, the play experiments with spatial capabilities of live and radio
contexts while inviting listeners to experience a sonic environment not
normally lived by humans – where life takes place under different
circumstances that often still remain unknown.

Pierre Alexandre Tremblay is the current recipient of the Edgard
Varese Guest Professorship for Computer Music in conjunction with the
department of audio technology at the Technical University Berlin. A
producer, studio musician, and contemporary jazz enthusiast, Tremblay
will synthesize the influence of eclectic styles and engage the same
spatial, 12-channel setup used by Sol Rezza in his performance.

Donnerstag, 29. Januar 2015
Psychoacoustics in Artistic Practice

16:30- 17:30h

Psychoacoustics in Artistic Practice
Kunstquartier Studio 1
Mariannenplatz 2 10997 Berlin
Tickets 3 Euros / 6 Euros day pass (at the door)

Marcus Schmickler

conversation with Stefan Weinzierl
, moderated

by Alberto de Campo

Andreas Pysiewicz
Elektronisches Studio, Fachgebiet Audiokommunikation

Technische Universität Berlin
Fakultaet I Geisteswissenschaften
Institut fuer Sprache und Kommunikation
Einsteinufer 17c, Sekr. EN 8, 10587 Berlin

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