[NetBehaviour] Berlin 19.11: Mark Fell and CM von Hausswolff at KW

Manuela Benetton manuela.benetton at gmail.com
Mon Nov 16 15:42:02 CET 2015

With apologies for cross-posting

Thursday, 19 November 2015
Doors: 7pm, Concert: 8pm

FEED at KW, Institute for Contemporary Art
Auguststraße 69, 10117 Berlin
*Facebook Event*
  MARK FELL AND CM VON HAUSSWOLFF Artists and composers Mark Fell and Carl
Michael von Hausswolff present their first collaborative project featuring
a piece for live electronics played through a seven channel surround
system. Each speaker transmits a design-specific hardware oscillator,
producing complex wave shapes and responding to preset parameters different
for each unit. The parameters are then modulated and controlled constantly
and in real time, at both distinctive and random intervals during the live
performance. The aim is to create a unique, immersive, site specific and
unrepeatable sound environment.

In cooperation with STUK Arts Centre, Leuven, Image and Sound
and *KW, Institute for Contemporary Art
Instruments designed by *Derek Holzer


Mark Fell is widely known for combining popular music styles, such as
electronica and club music, with more academic approaches to computer-based
composition with a particular emphasis on algorithmic and mathematical
systems. Since his early electronic music pieces Fell’s practice has
expanded to include moving image works, sound and light installation,
choreography, critical texts and educational projects. The diversity and
importance of Fell's practice is reflected in the range and scale of
international institutions that have presented his work which include -
Hong Kong National Film archive, MACBA, La Casa Encendida, LABoral, The
Institute of Contemporary Art in London, The Serpentine, The Australian
Centre For Moving Image, ZKM and others. www.markfell.com

CM VON HAUSSWOLFFSince the end of the 1970s, Carl Michael von Hausswolff
has worked as a composer using the tape recorder as his main instrument,
further aids are the sine-wave generators, oscillators and radar
transmitters. His audio compositions are pure, intuitive studies of
electricity, frequency functions and tonal autism within the framework of a
conceptual stringent cryption. Lately he has also developed a more
conceptual form of audio art overlooking subjects such as architecture and
urbanism, rats and maggots. Collaborators include Graham Lewis, Jean-Louis
Huhta, Pan sonic, Russell Haswell, Zbigniew Karkowski, Erik Pauser, The
Hafler Trio and John Duncan. His music is published by *Touch Music
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