The ten-day event series “unexpected territories” by singuhr – projekte with exhibitions, concerts, workshops and a symposium (1-10.7.) will follow in the footsteps of the American composer, performer and legendary pioneer of live electronics David Tudor (1926-1996).
The symposium on 3.7. from 14:00-20:00 in the Villa Elisabeth is entirely dedicated to the subject of live electronics. And this from the perspective of the reconstruction of electronic instruments as well as from the perspective of performance situations and forms. The programme includes lectures and discussions by and with You Nakai, Michael Johnsen, Miriam Akkermann, John Driscoll, Phil Edelstein, Matt Rogalsky, Mats Lindström, Andrea Neumann and Julia H. Schröder (moderator).
Lecture-demonstration about Tudor’s unrealised “Island Eye, Island Ear”
A special “lecture-demonstration” by E.A.T. (Experiments in Art and Technology) at Villa Elisabeth will focus on a concept of Tudor that has remained a vision: “Island Eye, Island Ear”. With Julie Martin, You Nakai, Jacob Kirkegaard, John Driscoll and Phil Edelstein.