Gerriet K. Sharma
Fr, 02/09/2022 - Sa, 03/09/2022
Klangkunst / Sound Art / Komponierte Musik / Konzert / Longplay (Austellungen, Installationen, überlange Konzertformate)


Präsenzen unwahrscheinlicher Raum-Zeit-Funktionen

The concert installation balances on the threshold between space-time dimensions: Auditory and visual boundaries are unbalanced and "a-synchronised". Five performative sound compositions make the many facets between human and non-human actors audible. Through the encounter of 3D sound projections and the performers, previously unheard space-time artefacts are created, with sound architecture, body and instrument acting as mediators of lived, social and virtual space.
The thematically linked performative set-ups will be set up in the Spreehalle Berlin and staged in relation to each other through two sound installations. In total, the installations will be performed by actors three times, one after the other. At this moment, the performative bodies transform the sound spaces into chiasms of composed space-time experiences in which object and subject and the assumption of a spatial unity underlying the Cartesian grid are dissolved.
B i r d L 0 re is a hybrid man-machine piece that explores the question of potential instrumentality between the double bass as object and sound body, the bass player and a 3-9-3 3D sound projector that produces sculpture-like sound objects.
pasdedeuX is a performative space-sound installation for 16 turntables of the same model with built-in amplifier and loudspeaker and two performers. Against the background of the ubiquitous media apparatus and its recording and playback devices, which supposedly enable the reconstruction and manipulation of every "live" moment, the piece aims to question the status quo of conventional concert and theatre situations and their characteristic use of sound, expectation and code.
Semaphore is a space-sound composition for two extraordinary and at the same time irritating instruments: Helder tenor recorder and icosahedral loudspeaker. If one understands both instruments as sound projectors that make sound sculpturally experienceable, then spatially delimitable sound layers and scenographies are possible that have hardly been producible in this constellation before.

SPAT Kollektiv

Susanne Fröhlich, Blockflötistin
Meinrad Kneer, Kontrabassist
Verena Lercher, Medienkünstlerin
Denzel Tristan Russell, Medienkünstler
Gerriet K. Sharma, Klangkünstler

Die Konzertinstallation balanciert auf der Schwelle zwischen Raum-Zeit Dimensionen: Auditive und visuelle Abgrenzungen werden hier aus dem Gleichgewicht gebracht und „a-synchronisiert“.

  • Dauer: 03:00h, Pausen: keine
  • Bemerkungen zum Datum und Uhrzeit: spielt auch am 03.09.2022 um 15 und 19 Uhr
  • Spreehalle Berlin
  • Reinbeckstr. 16, Berlin