Sa, 12/10/2019, 19:30 Uhr
Klangkunst / Sound Art / Komponierte Musik

Michael Winter and Robert Blatt


Michael Winter, a lot of tiles (trivial scan)

Robert Blatt, book of hours
two dictaphones, radio and metronome

Michael Winter, for gregory chaitin

Robert Blatt, reading the dictionary
readers with dictionaries

Michael Winter, ostinato and interrupt
guitar and electronics

ROBERT BLATT creates work rooted in explorations of expanded sonic situations through varying frames and gradations of environment, notation, object, performance, text, and tone. The notion of a score in its exhaustive sense makes a regular appearance in his work, often dissolving within it aspects of site, material, language, and presence as vehicles for an unspecified or autonomous encounter with the ambiguities of the work itself. His work is presented in the context of performances, exhibitions, reading, publications and a variety of hard-to-pin-down situations.

MICHAEL WINTER: "My work often explores simple processes where dynamic systems, situations, and settings are defined through minimal graphic- and text-based scores that can be realized in a variety of ways. To me, everything we experience is computable. Given this digital philosophy, I acknowledge even my most open works as algorithmic; and, while not always apparent on the surface of any given piece, the considerations of computability and epistemology are integral to my practice. I often reconcile epistemological limits with artistic practicality by considering and addressing the limits of computation from a musical and experiential vantage point and by collaborating with other artists, mathematicians, and scientists in order to integrate objects, ideas, and texts from various domains as structural elements in my pieces."

  • Bemerkungen zum Datum und Uhrzeit: Doors at 19:30. Concert starts at 20:30.
  • KM28
  • Karl-Marx Str. 28, Berlin
  • Ticketpreis: Spende