Saturday February 2nd at 4 p.m., composers and performers Marko Ciciliani and Barbara Lüneburg will perform works exploring the different relationships that are to be found within the realm of musical performance. In Ciciliani’s Kilgore, written for two performers and a game system, and Chemical Etudes, the relationship between a composition and the performer is explored in a playful way. In Barbara Lüneburg’s Osculation – A Contact Between Curves and Surfaces, the power dynamics between a composer and a performer is explored through the voices and texts of various philosophers, performers, composers and media researchers, such as Jennifer Torrence, Abbie Conant, William Osborne, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Vinko Globokar, Jean Baudrillard and Marshall McLuhan.
This event is part of the live events programme of the exhibition Phonemes – Exhibiting Music, as well as Dark Music Days 2019.
Chemical Etudes (2018) 10′,
Osculation – A Contact Between Curves and Surfaces (2018) 10′,
Kilgore (2017/2018) 30′,