post-title Quiet Cue at KINDL | KINDL – Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst | 05.09. + 12.09. + 19.09.2015

Quiet Cue at KINDL | KINDL – Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst | 05.09. + 12.09. + 19.09.2015

Quiet Cue at KINDL | KINDL – Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst | 05.09. + 12.09. + 19.09.2015

Quiet Cue at KINDL | KINDL – Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst | 05.09. + 12.09. + 19.09.2015

#0163ARTatBerlin | During its ongoing renovation, the KINDL – Center for Contemporary Art has invited the project space Quiet Cue from the surrounding Neukölln neighborhood “Flughafen-Kiez” to produce three nights of programming (5th, 12th, 19th September 2015) for the impressive Boiler House. For the last six years, Quiet Cue has produced an internationally acclaimed program of music, sound, performance, and intermedia.

On three successive Saturdays in September, artists from twelve countries will present a program that was developed especially for the acoustic and atmospheric idiosyncracies of the Boiler House with its 20-meter high ceiling. Performances in the space ranging from compositions based on language, musique concrète, and multi-channel electronics will activate the space as both instrument and resonant body. The public is invited to move around and explore the sound installations through proximity and distance. Meanwhile, the performances in the space will also be staged at various different places.

The program itself spans a broad spectrum of epochs, traversing from contemporary compositions to Bach and moving from the material music pioneers of the twentieth century such as James Tenney and Alvin Lucier on to contemporaries including Phill Niblock (b. 1933), Christian Kesten (b. 1966), and Mike Majkowski (b. 1983).

Quiet Cue at KINDL is curated by Michael Renkel and Nicolas Wiese.

Supported by: Österreichisches Kulturforum Berlin, Bundeskanzleramt Österreich, Klangzeitort, TanzHotel, Theaterhaus Berlin Mitte.

Saturday, September 5, 2015

tasks, site-specific „Movement and Sound Structure“ for nine performers
Concept and structure: Jasmin Schaitl & William „Bilwa“ Costa
Scores, Choreography, and Performance: Fabricio Belzoff (BR/DE), Phoebe Brown (UK), William „Bilwa“ Costa (US), Göksu Kunak (TR/DE), Emily Ranford (AU/DE), Jasmin Schaitl (AT), Elisabeth Schilling (DE/UK), Christian Konrad Schröder (AT), Ieva Savickaitė (LT)

Mike Majkowski (AUS/Berlin), solo – Double bass

Konzert Minimal (Berlin) plays Phill Niblock: One Large Rose
Ensemble: Johnny Chang (Violin/Viola), Hannes Lingens (Accordion), Rishin Singh (Trombone), Derek Shirley (Cello), Mike Majkowski (Double bass), Morten J Olsen (Vibraphone)

Saturday, September 12, 2015

Christian Kesten (Berlin): feld 037 grundlos
Maulwerker: Ariane Jeßulat, Henrik Kairies, Christian Kesten – Vocals
4-channel sound direction: Nicolas Wiese

Korhan Erel (TR/Berlin): Üçgen–Dörtgen (triangle–rectangle), 4-channel piece for Triangel-Samples and Computer, based on Alvin Lucier – Silver Street Car for the Orchestra

Ensemble with students from the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK) / Institut für Alte und Neue Musik
directed by Susanne Fröhlich (Berlin, recorder):
James Tenney – In a Large Open Space, Johann Sebastian Bach – Partita for solo flute, Lucie Vítková – Choral no. 8 (UA)

Saturday, September 19, 2015

Michael Barthel (Leipzig, DE): Solo – Vocals

Burkhard Beins (DE), Marta Zapparoli (IT), Mario de Vega (MEX): site-specific sound intervention

Exhibition period: Saturday, 05th + Saturday, 12th + Saturday 19th September 2015

Doors open: 8 pm, Start: 8.30 pm
Tickets: Based on donation

Zum KINDL Zentrum für zeitgenösische Kunst

 

Image caption: via KINDL Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst

Quiet Cue at KINDL – KINDL Centre for Contemporary Art – Art in Berlin ART@Berlin

 

 

 

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