From: werner moebius
Date: May 11, 2010 9:40:23 AM GMT+02:00
Subject: NEW CD PERMANENT TRANSITION, AEROWAVES & ÖSTERREICH TANZT
WEDNESDAY 12th of MAY 2010 / 21:00
P.M.K. / INNSBRUCK / AUSTRIA
HORNYPHON // Œ a.k.a WERNER MÖBIUS // FRITZ TEUFEL // BRRTRRKLLLRR //
CHRISTOPH HINTERHUBER // DJ MEISTER // PLANKTON LABS
Œ – PERMANENT TRANSITION (EARSNAKE RECORDS / PHILADELPHIA)
„Werner Moebius, the man behind Œ’s new release Permanent Transition,
works from London and Vienna. Although performing mostly in Europe, Œ
has been projecting his minimalist soundscapes and trippy club pop
tunes all over the world.
Œ works with sounds, beats and files in the context of audio culture,
sonic and intermedia art in between conceptualisms, contemporary
music, electroacoustic improvisation and electronica. He uses the
plasticity of sound to set up dialogues with other media and music
methodologies. From abstract sound material he creates a unique mix of
styles ranging from minimalistic soundscapes to weird club based pop
tunes. Generating sounds is taken as a basis to develop complex
compositions as well as audiovisual and transitive concepts in
collaborations with artists of differing media.
Permanent Transition is laced with everything from alarming trip hop
beats like opening track “Opium” to club pop chirps, “Rosebud”, all
with an ominous and nocturnal dub step undertone. The industrial moans
and groans of the human psyche are churned out through the 7 track
release on March 30th via earSnake Records.
At the forefront of the dub step and electronica phenomenon, Œ’s
Permanent Transition, is but a glimpse into the future of what can
happen when an acrobat of sound, concepts, and compositions creates a
midnight anthem fit for all-nighters everywhere.
The stark, thick sound of Permanent Transition can be chalked up to
the fact the Œ has his record mastered at the legendary studio,
Transition, where such dubstep legends like Burial have mastered their
The album can be purchaced digitally and on CD at
With kind support of SKE – Austro Mechana & TIROL KULTUR
SUNDAY 16th of MAY 2010 / 13:30
AEROWAVES / SOMETHING HAPPENING / THE PLACE / LONDON / UK
GENDER JUNGLE – wo/man — Doris Stelzer (AT)
When is a body female? Is there a male movement? In her finely
chiselled choreographic investigation Doris Stelzer explores the field
of body presentation and body staging. She tracks down the supposedly
female and male in the play with body poses and changing movement. The
choreographer precisely analyses the media and physical (body)
metamorphoses and in the process not only expose projection areas,
patterns of perception and body politics, but in her search for an
„unoccupied“ body also offers a humorous view of our own preferences
Concept, choreography: Doris Stelzer
Performance, choreography: Lieve De Pourcq, Ondrej Vidlár, Gabriel
Sound concept, Live-electronics: Mariella Greil, Werner Moebius
Theoretical input: Astrid Peterle
Production contributors: Stefanie Fischer, Nora Dorogan
Co-production: Jardin d`Europe mit Unterstützung der Europäischen
Kommission – GD Bildung und Kultur.
With the support of: Kulturabteilung der Stadt Wien und
Bundesministerium für Kunst und Kultur.
Thanks to: ttp WUK, WorkSpace Brussels.
The production is based on the research of restudied bodies – wo/man
in the frame of a ImPulsTanz 2009-residency
WEDNESDAY 26th of MAY 2010 / 19.30
FESTIVAL ÖSTERREICH TANZT / FESTSPIELHAUS / ST. PÖLTEN / AUSTRIA
VIEWS IN PROCESS by Doris Stelzer – Austrian premiere
How does the perfekt man look like? Images of the female body in
advertising are commonly known – but what about the representation of
the male body? What strategies of staging are applied for men?
In views in process Doris Stelzer is analysing the commercial
exploitation of the male body and the recent trends of representation
in the media in order to transform it into concentrated
movement-statements. Popular clichés and stereotypes are questioned in
regard to the own and the other biological sex and in regard to their
social construction. Reflections on the patterns of perception and a
delicate handling of deviations from the body norm are postulated.
„An evening with little dancing and a lot of movement. “view in
process” changes the viewing habits in two ways: the choreography
allows a sensitive look at the details of our bodies and a new view on
society’s well established body images. Provided that one is willing
to open his eyes.“
(tanznetz.de, Dezember 2008)
views in process was developed and premiered during the residency at
K3 – Centre for Choreography | Tanzplan Hamburg at Kampnagel Hamburg.
views in process is the pendant to shifted views, premiered at the
ImPulsTanz-festival in 2007.
Concept, Choreography: Doris Stelzer
Performance, Choreography: Josep Caballero Garcia, Ondrej Vidlar
Artistic Collaboration: Lieve De Pourcq
Sound: Mariella Greil, Werner Moebius
Photography: Bettina Frenzel
Coaching: Marcus Droß, Nik Haffner
Production Assistance: Lisa Böttcher
FESTSPIELHAUS ST. PÖLTEN
Kulturbezirk 2, 3100 St. Pölten
T: +43 (0) 2742/90 80 80-222