演出：Bob Ostertag & Pierre Hébert、wolfenstein & VJ Ellen 時間：2013/04/05 (五) 20:00 地點：光點華山2F多功能藝文廳 地址：台北市八德路一段一號 中六電影館 原價：600元 (兩廳院售票) 票數有限 早鳥：500元 (3/22截止，請來信，或在 Kandala Records 群組及粉絲頁留言)
┴ wolfenstein 本名謝仲其，長年自主聆聽與創作，剛從紐約 Revolutions per Minute: A Decade of Chinese Sound Art 演出回來，不輕易跨界演出的他，近年以「鬼唱詩班」的名義與詩詞朗誦互動，本場則是他首次與影像合作。VJ Ellen，人稱潘潘，影像專門科系畢業，長期與搖滾樂團、聲音藝術家和小劇場密切合作，影像以幾何圖形及靈活調變著稱，對「擴延電影」始終保持高度興 趣。兩人首次同台，令人拭目以待！
┬ Bob Ostertag 和 Pierre Hébert 的「現場電影」(Live Cinema)，往往透過實物投影、現場手繪圖案、聲音取樣及調變，批判卻不失幽默地介入社會議題。Bob 在 1991 年出版的聲音作品 Sooner or Later 紀錄薩爾瓦多男孩為遭軍隊射殺的父親埋葬時的啼哭，驚駭四座。Pierre 是全職動畫家，影像以抽象主義著稱，直接於電影膠卷上刻畫線條，後期加入不少政治訴求。兩人在 2004 年共同出版現場演出紀錄 Between Science and Garbage，大獲好評。
┴ wolfenstein (Zhongqi Xie), after years of autonomous listening and creation, fresh back from touring at NY Revolutions per Minute: A Decade of Chinese Sound Art. Having limited interdisciplinary performance, Wolfenstein recently initiated “Ghost Choir” to interact with poetry and lyrics, this gig with VJ Ellen will be his first visual co-op. VJ Ellen a.k.a. Pan-Pan, graduated with a video diploma. She for a long time has been working with rock bands, sound artists and avant-garde theaters closely. Well known for geometric shapes and swift modifying of her image, while holding high interest in “expanded movie”. This collaboration is vastly anticipated.
┬ Bob Ostertag and Pierre Hébert’s Live Cinema, through light sculpture, live drawing, sound sampling and tuning, critiques social issues with a touch of humor. Bob, in his 1991 published sound work Sooner or Later, stunningly recorded a El Salvadoran boy crying while burying his father who was executed by militia. Pierre is an animationist. His widely-acclaimed abstractionism image is directly drawn on the film, with much political proposal added. In 2004 the duo published Between Science and Garbage, a critically acclaimed live recording.
Revolutions Per Minute will feature new and existing works by 30 Chinese sound artists, including Wang Changcun, Xu Cheng (a member of the renowned Shanghai noise group Torturing Nurse), Yan Jun, and Samson Young. Wang Changcun, Xu Cheng, Samson Young, Qu Qianwen, and Xie Zhongqi will be in residence at Colgate throughout the duration of the exhibition. Along with the exhibition’s curators Wenhua Shi and Dajuin Yao, these artists-in-residence will present live sound art performances during the opening week of the exhibition, including improvisations, inter-media performances, and circuit bending. They will also conduct demonstrations on sound art workshops throughout the course of the exhibition.
Sound artists use noise, live performances by musicians, recorded ambient sounds, spoken words, audio-visual tapes and other aural elements to create art installations that either have no visual elements or forge a connection between images and sounds. It has become a popular genre in China in recent years, where a new generation of avant-garde artists are pushing its boundaries. -James C. Mckinley Jr. New York Times
Science Series: Sounds of Frequency - 250 cps., 177 cps., 125 cps. (0 db.) (1954) Ryoji Ikeda - -. (1996) La Monte Young - 13 I 73 5:35-6:14:03 PM NYC From Map Of 49’s Dream The Two Systems Of Eleven Sets Of Galactic Intervals Ornamental Lightyears Tracery (1974) Pauline Oliveros - Bye Bye Butterfly (1965) John Cage - Imaginary Landscape No. 1 (1939) Karlheinz Stockhausen - Studie II (1954) noto - empty garden(inside.out) (1999) Satoru Wono - 2nd mov. Scherzo (2003)
The man born Peter Kuhlmann (“Namlook” is his name pronounced backwards) was an incredibly prolific artist from the ’90s on, releasing some 130 albums over the course of his career. These included numerous collaborations with artists like Richie Hawtin, Uwe Schmidt (as Atom Hart), Biosphere and Move D among many others. He also ran his own label, FAX +49-69/450464 (often known simply as Fax), which released more than 100 CDs and records in its first year of operation. Working on his own, Kuhlmann’s style was heavily influenced by Germany’s kosmische tradition and artists like Brian Eno, as well as classical and Eastern music - Resident Advisor