[NetBehaviour] Berlin, May 28th: JÉRÔME NOETINGER // JOHN WALL // GEOFF MULLEN
manuela.benetton at gmail.com
Fri May 25 18:29:18 CEST 2012
With apologies for cross posting
Monday, May 28th 2012
AUSLAND, Lychenerstr. 60
10437 - Berlin
*New Electronic and Computer Music Series Event:
JÉRÔME NOETINGER // JOHN WALL // GEOFF MULLEN (Type Records)*
Doors 21:00 - Concerts 21:30 SHARP!
Jérôme Noetinger is an improviser and composer of electroacoustic music
based in France. Projects include his duo with Lionel Marchetti, eRikm and
Quintet Avant. He is a member of the famed MIMEO ensemble, as well as a
member of Cellule d’Intervention Metamkine. Noetinger also runs the
Metamkine label, distribution and mail-order service and is a key
participant at the influential audio arts magazine Revue et Corrigée.
John Wall is a London-based electroacoustic composer and now improviser
whose contribution to the field is widely noted by critics of new music.
His work has moved from early plunderphonic compositions to large scale
works composed of thousands of tiny fragments which create the impression
of virtual orchestras. His releases sound like the most finely crafted
audio sculptures, somewhere between the contemporary composition of
Lachenmann and the experiments of the early laptop musicians of the mid 90s.
Geoff Mullen is a lifelong guitarist and sonic manipulator whose recent
work has focused on chance procedure, improvisation, personal history/games
of memory, and ambient music. Through electro-acoustic means, his music
aims to transform everyday realities into scenes for artistic exploration -
re-imagining the natural world as well as domestic/social environments as a
stage for musical action. Currently living in Providence, RI, he has
founded the label Rare Youth, dedicated to documenting
experimental/outsider music from New England.
Electronic and Computer Music Series is organized and curated by NK Projekt
and Manuela Benetton with the kind support of Initiative Neue Musik e. V.
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