„aus dem Dunkeln“
DEEP SOUND OPERA, Remote Soundact 4 &9
Friday Night, 04:30 h
Saturday Night, 05:00 h
With the approach of setting a counterweight to the formatted programming of established radio stations, the bauhaus.fm-Rundfunkorchester broadcasts uncontrolled sounds into stream and ether. Only loose agreements regarding the sound material as well as their use in time, are agreements that guarantee a uniqueness of the performance at every performance: always new, always fresh.
One of the constants of the performance is the inclusion of the inherent sound of the place as well as the instruments and objects used. Recording or broadcasting begins with entering the space, including the setup of the setup. Thus, electronic instruments such as drum machines and computers, become sound generators even before electricity begins to ﬂow through them. Everything is allowed as an instrument or sound generator: soundscapes, voices, oscillators, live streams, samplers, effects units …
The STWST48x8 DEEP concert „aus dem dunkeln“ is planed to be remote and to have some special focus on experimenting with ﬁxed forms in and for our improvisation as well as dealing with transmitting - receiving and building connections through listening.
The bauhaus.fm-Rundfunkorchester was founded by activists of the experimental radio station bauhaus.fm as well as alumni of the Bauhaus University Weimar. Inspired by the participation in the radio art festival Radio Revolten 2016 (Halle) as well as in the live program “SAVVY Funk” (Berlin) as part of the dokumenta14 radio project (2017), the group has been working on their own live improvisations since the beginning. In over 30 recordings of the live radio concerts at bauhaus.fm as well as in recordings of concerts in Cologne, Dresden and Halle, the sonic diversity of the material used as well as the use of unconventional sound generators becomes apparent.
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Ensemble for this concert & guests:
Leon Goltermann completed his bachelor degree in Romance Studies (Literary studies) and he is ﬁnishing his master degree of Media Art at the Bauhaus University Weimar at the Studio of Electroacoustic Music and at the chair of Experimental Radio. Elements of his work are deriving from music, radio-plays, art installations and texts. Currently his artistic practice is focusing on language expansion, sound sculptures and the relationship between art and the culture industry. In 2021 he won the ﬁrst prize in the composition competition for acousmatic pieces of Via Nova - contemporary music in Thuringia E.V. He performs regularly in various ensembles with electronically expanded percussion.
Mohammad H. Javaheri is an Iranian composer/performer, was born and raised in Tehran. In 2019, he was named as “a composer who will surely be heard from in the future” (NMZ newspaper, German), and has been highlighted in several published news articles and websites including the LA Times. Mohammad’s music has been described as ‘tense’, ‘sensational’, ‘detailistic’; and he inherently crafts his ‘own sound’ (Toshio Hosokawa, SYNTHETIS 2019). He received several prizes in international composition competitions; and his works were broadcast on various platforms including SWR2 Radio station and also published by Babelscores and UCLA Music Library. Some of his activities have been with SWR Symphony, MDR Symphony and Digital Bauhaus Orchestras, AuditivVokal Dresden, NeoQuartet, bauhaus-fm Rundunkorchester; and also ensembles such as Hashtag, Adapter, Cikada, Omnibus, Loadbang, and XX. Jahrhundert.
Lefteris (Eleftherios) Krysalis is a sound artist and researcher. He completed B.A. in Art History and Theory at the Athens University of Fine Arts and my M.F.A. in Media Art and Design at the Bauhaus University Weimar under the professorships of Experimental Radio and Studio for Electroacoustic Music. He was a DAAD scholarship holder from 2018 to 2020. His master thesis was on the soundscapes of Ramallah in Palestine and the politics of listening. Currently he is the project coordinator of the Radio Art Residency Weimar and member of the artistic stuff of the Experimental Radio chair at Bauhaus University Weimar.
Konrad Behr media designer/artist since 1999. Documentary support for artistic projects as a photographer and ﬁlmmaker, especially for music/dance/performance. Creation of websites for artists and initiatives. As a musician, VJ, DJ and radio artist, performances in various clubs and art spaces in Germany and Austria. Worked as a lecturer for numerous youth media projects. Since 2017 there has been an increase in live video streams for artists and cultural institutions. Radio plays were broadcast by Ö1 Kunstradio (ORF), Resonance FM (London) and Deutschlandfunk Kultur, among others.