25 09 2019 19:30 | Langenzersdorf Museum
doors open 18:30 | € 12,- Presale | € 14,- at the door | € 10,- for members of the Museumsverein Langenzersdorf and IMA, pupils / students
concerts in cooperation with IMA Institute for Media Archeology
Analogue modular systems for generating sound are in high demand. Technologies from the last millennium their influence and their development in the artistic context are topics of this event. The focus is on the reconstruction of Max Brand’s optical synthesizer from the late 1950s. Peter Donhauser gives an insight into the circuits of this machine and Klaus Filip composes a new piece for the newly made replica of this optical synthesizer. Electric Indigo performs on the Multimoog and Korg MS-10 her composition structuring contours and Lissie Rettenwander and her worldwide first tuning fork ensemble lead us to the origins of sound synthesis.
ARS Electronica Festival AIxMusic im Stift St.Florian
07 09 2019 15:00 Gruft
Reading: Lona Gaikis
20 female artists in electronic art/music tell quite a different story and together they weave a fascinating network of interrelationships.
Liesl Ujvary (AT) – Brigitta Bödenauer (AT) | Rebekah Wilson (NZ) – Darsha Hewitt (CAN/DE) | Heidi Grundmann (AT) – Hildegard Westerkamp (CAN) | Eliane Radigue (FR) – Michèle Bokanowski (FR) | Andrea Sodomka (AT) – Anna Friz (CAN) | Maryanne Amacher (US) – Helga de la Motte (DE) | Anne La Berge (US/NL) – Carla Scaletti (US) | Electric Indigo (AT) – Moor Mother aka Camae Ayewa (US) | Beatriz Ferreyra (FR) – Elsa Justel (ARG) | Elisabeth Schimana (AT) – Cat Hope (AUS)
198 pages | 109 illustrations | Ed. Elisabeth Schimana
This publication is a coproduction of IMA Institute of Media Archeology and Ars Electronica and is the direct result of the exhibition Hidden Alliances | Elisabeth Schimana and the IMAfiction Series | Ars Electronica Festival 2018 | Featured Artist at the Lentos Kunstmuseum Linz.
Afterwards Brochure Launch
The Vienna Acousmonium – a vibrating body to create ephemeral dynamic motion sound sculptures. Ed. Thomas Gorbach
This publication is a coproduction of IMA Institute of Media Archeology and The Acousmatic Project and is the direct result of an IMA Artist in Residence of Thomas Gorbach.