Concert installation for self-oscillating tam-tam, trombone, trumpet, electronics, projectors and led lights
The composer Julius Holtz and the video artist Jemma Woolmore combine their work within the structures of the kleiner Wasserspeicher in Prenzlauer Berg. The former water reservoir becomes the setting for an installation concert in which performers interact with light, architecture and spatial sound. For three days the artists explore an approach to non- linear time, blurring the boundaries between installation and concert, between hearing and seeing. The synaesthetic experience creates a heterotypic space outside of so many over-determined coordinates, algorithms, relations and markets. A place of intuitive listening and synaesthetic experience.
A composition by Julius Holtz (sound) and Jemma Woolmore (visuals) with Hilary Jeffery (trumpet and trombone), Benjamin Jefferys (trombone) & Catherine Wersuhn (self-oscillating tam-tam)
Funded by Musikfonds, Die Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien and Initiative Neue Musik Berlin