The ten-day event series “unexpected territories” by singuhr – projekte with exhibitions, concerts, workshops and a symposium (1.7.-10.7.) follows in the footsteps of the American composer, performer and legendary pioneer of live electronics David Tudor (1926-1996).
Exhibitions with works by David Tudor, Raul Keller, Paul DeMarinis, John Driscoll, Phil Edelstein, Alberto de Campo, Hannes Hoelzl, Liz Allbee, Ioana Vreme Moser and Anne Wellmer.
The exhibitions, which will be open daily from 14:00-20:00, will form a focal point of the programme. In the foyer of Villa Elisabeth, a series of video documentaries offer an introduction to Tudor’s life and works. The Estonian artist Raul Keller will show his sound installation “mem – interference” in Studio 1+2 and the American Paul DeMarinis the sound installation “Neurish / Fleurish” in Studio 3.
With John Driscoll’s “DMX Rotators” and Phil Edelstein’s “Pepsi Modulator revisited for up to 8 Thumbs”, the programme in the ACUD Gallery presents sound installations by two composers who worked with David Tudor for many years.
In the Meinblau project space, Alberto de Campo, Hannes Hoelzl, Liz Allbee, Ioana Vreme Moser and Anne Wellmer present “neural labyrinths”, a performative sound installation that opens with a performance on 2 July from 14:00.
From Saturday, 2nd July to Sunday, 10th July 2022
Daily from 2pm until 8pm
Villa Elisabeth | Invalidenstrasse 3 | 10115 Berlin
ACUD Galerie | Veteranenstraße 21 | 10119 Berlin
Meinblau Projektraum | Auf dem Pfefferberg, Haus 5 & Christinenstraße 18-19 | 10119 Berlin