Singuhr, Unexpected Territories – David Tudor, Workshops with John Driscoll, Phil Edelstein or Michael Johnsen

  • Workshop
4. July 2022 - 5. July 2022, 15:00

4. July 2022 – 5. July 2022, 15:00

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
on 4-5th of July (15:00 – 21:00 each day)
40€ for both days inclusive
ACUD CLUB RAUM
Veteranenstrasse 21
10119 Berlin

APPLICATION: Please send applications to contact@berlinschoolofsound.com or see our Apply page
Applications should include a short (150 – 500 word) artistic biography and an equally brief description of your motivation to participate in the workshops. Please mention in which of the three workshops you would prefer to participate. Participation is possible in only one of the workshops since they run simultaneously.

Workshop: Speaking in Tongues

In this workshop John Driscoll enables participants to explore a variety of ultrasonic feedback sound generators based on his work-in-progress Speaking in Tongues. Each instrument created has a distinct voice and character due to slight physical movement of reflectors using an assortment of playful mechanical and motorized controllers. No technical familiarity is needed. The workshop will lead to an ensemble performance of multiple instruments.

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Workshop: Resonance and Space

Instrumental objects, modular and standalone circuits, transducers, contact microphones, room sound and their various permutations, as well as software convolutions will all be used in this workshop to explore sonic possibilities. Participants are encouraged to bring all manner of gadgetry to use in this exploration. Prerequisite is a basic understanding or interest with analog or digital audio techniques for performances and installations.

Rainforest (second to last installation at Arter, in Istanbul)

Chaos

Workshop: Acoustic and Electronic Feedback as a Productive Tool

This workshop will observe, appreciate, and occasionally harness the unruly elemental energies of feedback which flow in the heart of all electronic sounds. Feedback is fundamental enough to be feared and avoided by traditional safe practitioners. Working from the circuit scale to open spaces, we’ll find feedback at home and try to make friends with it. Some familiarity with the tools of analog electronic sound or general tinkering would be helpful, but is not required.

Cyborgs of Sound

Custodian of Ubu web

All the workshops will culminate in the final performance/presentation in the Acud Club Room at Berlin School of Sound: Improvisational Feedback Approaches on 5th of July at 19:00

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