Eliad Wagner uses a modular synthesizer in his performance to explore the aesthetics of manual interference in automatic sound. Holding academic degrees in physics and music, his activities explore the meeting point of composition and improvisation while addressing thoughts on synthesis, technology, autonomous processes, alternative scoring and live performance. By working with process and interference, Wagner examines the human natural relation with technology and specifically, the way it manifests in sound[vimeo 182211064 width=640 &height=360]
Doron Sadja – “a point, a line, a circle” is a kinetic sound performance centered around a single motorized speaker/light and is part of a larger series of works called “Airsonic Sculptures” that attempt to demonstrate the spatial and sculptural qualities of sound. Similar to how a 3D printer slowly prints an object one layer after another, “a point, a line, a circle” slowly pans sound and light around the room, allowing an interaction between movement, frequency, and acoustics to ‘print’ sonic shapes in space. Rather than resulting in a tangible 3 dimensional object, we are left with a composition whose form is a like a long exposure photograph of invisible sonic shapes.[vimeo 178787020 w=640 &h=360]
This performance “Arkhitek-ton” is a new Sound-Visual work, based on Tatsuru Arai’s algorithm system, which adds innovation to the principle of Serialism three-point: “structural”, “complex” and “noisy”. The algorithm sound is generated by state-of-the-art technology such as Artificial Intelligence, rather than by native human intelligence only. His main artistic Thema is to integrate from classical compositions to new technology, and to present the fundamental physical nature of the universe in the form of perceptional experiences, that could say aesthetics of “geometric structure”.
Eliad Wagner / Doron Sadja / Tatsuru Arai #322 at Spektrum
01.06.2017 | Doors 18:30
Spektrum | Bürknerstraße 12 | 12047 Berlin