Picture: Luc Ferrari by Ferrari by Brunhild Ferrari
Picture: Luc Ferrari by Ferrari by Brunhild Ferrari

REFLUX – Festival for Contemporary Electroacoustic Music at KM28 / Thursday, 27.10.2022

REFLUX – Festival for Contemporary Electroacoustic Music presents on 9 evenings in September, October and December 2022 each three different artists & composers from almost all continents.

REFLUX is the international continuation of FLUX FESTIVAL – Electroacoustic Music from Berlin which took place in 2018 on seven evenings with a total of 28 positions at Spektrum Neukölln. For each of these evenings we will present a classic in addition to two contemporary positions, so three concert parts of 30-40 minutes each. The program will be adapted to the acoustic and spatial peculiarities of each location or composed especially for these locations. The invited musicians each have an individual sound and formal language and are rarely heard in Berlin.  We asked all artists for conceptual proposals, so that the program will be a balanced mixture of composition commissions/premieres, already existing works and rarely heard classics.

Annette Vande Gorne – “Her current works focus on various energetic and kinesthetic archetypes. Nature and the physical world are models for an abstract and expressive musical language. She is passionate about two other fields of research: the various relationships to word, sound and meaning provided by electroacoustic technology, and the composition of space seen as the fifth musical parameter and its relationship to the other four parameters and the archetypes being used […].” (Source: sonoloco.com)

REFLUX – Festival for Contemporary Electroacoustic Music

Martina Claussen: »plait« (2022)
Luc Ferrari: »Éphémère I« (1974) Diffusion: Wolfgang Musil
Annette Vande Gorne: »Various Works« (2022)
Martina Claussen plait (2022), 30’00’’
Martina Claussen
It is awake, it moves, it is entangled and isolated at the same time.
The voices, sound objects and electronics appear unadulterated and then again masked.
Recognition. Interactions arise. Being close and being far away again seems inevitable.
Luc Ferrari
Éphémère I’ (or ‘L’ordinateur ça sert à quoin?’ i.e. ‘What’s the use of computers’) is a 27 minute piece for tape only, created in 1974, conceived as a kind of electronic drone superimposed by fragments of multi-language whispered voices that creates the thrilling effect of a ‘sea-like’ continuum.

27.10.2022 | Doors 19:30 | Starts 20:00 CET
KM28 | Karl-Marx-Straße 28 in 12043 Berlin


REFLUX Festival is a production of zangimusic.wordpress.com with the financial support of Hauptstadtkulturfonds. Tickets are 15/10 Euro Festivalpass 90/60 Euro. Tickets are available at the door. Curated by Ignaz Schick and Werner Dafeldecker

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