[NetBehaviour] Berlin 10-12th Oct.: Ben Vida Damaged Particulates
manuela.benetton at gmail.com
Wed Oct 1 17:36:49 CEST 2014
With apologies for x-posting
*Ben Vida's Damaged ParticulatesTactile Performance/Installation for
Electronics and SubPacs.*
With his tactile installation/performance *Damaged Particulates* the
experimental musician and composer Ben Vida <http://benvida.blogspot.de/>
delves into the enveloping world of “direct bass”. Utilising a
four-channel, twin-sub sound system and 25 individual SubPacs
<http://thesubpac.com/>, a tactile audio system placed on each audience
members seatback, which directly transfers low frequencies to the body,
this highly detailed and immersive piece for electronics examines the
dimensional and spatial qualities of analog and digital synthesis.
Damaged Particulates is a work that oscillates between performance,
installation and sculpture, and is experienced as much by touch as by
hearing. Originally commissioned for Unsound Festival NYC, this new version
explores further the possibilities of multi sensory sonic reception.
Damaged Particulates is a project in partnership with Unsound Festival 2014
<http://www.unsound.pl>, Subpac, the Electronic Studio of TU, Faculty of
Audio Communication, Berlin, curated by Manuela Benetton in collaboration
Opening: Friday 10.10.2014 19h00 at LEAP <http://www.xleapx.org>
Ben Vida in conversation with Lisa Blanning <http://lisablanning.com/> +
SubPac Presentation by Thomas Bäz, Subpac Partner Development Germany.
Concert sessions from 20h45.
*Places are limited (25 seats per session)*.
*Tickets are available at LEAP, or preorder via Eventbrite:
*The Artist Talk is free to attend.Sessions*
Friday 20:45, 21:30, 22:15
Saturday 15:30, 16:15, 17:00, 17:45
Sunday 15:30, 16:15, 17:00, 17:45
*Entrance €6 *
*Ben Vida* is a New York based artist and composer. He has been an active
member of the international experimental music community for two decades
with a long list of collaborators, bands and releases to his credit. In the
mid 90’s he co-founded the group Town and Country and has since worked as a
solo artist with releases on such labels as PAN, Alku, Shelter Press and
Kranky. He has presented works in a range of museums, galleries and music
venues including the MoMA, The Kitchen, the MCA, ICP London, Audio Visual
Arts, The Artist’s Institute and the Sydney Opera House.
Recent activities include performances at LiveArtsWeek at Museo d 'Arte
Moderna di Bologna, the Royal Festival Hall as part of the Meltdown
Festival in London and an exhibition of prints coupled with a solo
performance at Lisa Cooley Gallery, Manhattan. This spring he will stage
the next iterations of his video and performance pieces, Slipping Control
and Damaged Particulates at 356 Mission in Los Angeles.
*Lisa Blanning* is a music journalist and editor. She spent six years on
staff at The Wire Magazine and now lives in Berlin, writing regularly for
publications like The FADER, Electronic Beats and others.
Leipziger Str. 63 (Corner Markgrafenstr.)
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