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Friday
13
APR

Ido Bukelman, Adam Pultz Melbye & Luigi Marino #437

20:00
23:59
Spektrum Berlin
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Ido Bukelman, Adam Pultz Melbye & Luigi Marino #437
http://spektrumberlin.de/events/detail/ido-bukelman-adam-pultz-melbye-luigi-marino-437.html

Doors: 19:30
Start time: 20:00
Entrance: 6-10 € (up to your offer)

Sound art performance night with:

Ido Bukelman - Solo
Solo work for acoustic guitar and bowed banjo

Luigi Marino - Interaction 2
For any source and 3-relation-interactive system

Adam Pultz Melbye & Luigi Marino - Duo set
Improvised. Adam Pultz Melbye - Double Bass, Luigi Marino - Laptop

Interaction 2 by Luigi Marino is a work that uses the computer's analytical capabilities to surround the performer's gestures with an immersive synthetic landscape. This landscape requires no intervention other than the sounds produced by the performer for its whole development. These sounds are converted into a wide variety of data which are then recombined to generate all the aspects of the computer's response. The computer's output is entirely synthetic and there is no use of sampling or timeline sequencing.

The work is divided in two distinct sections. The first one is responsive to the sounds produced in that exact instant, but its response is tangential: the spectrum analyzed is spread over a larger timespan, and often the computer recombines data coming from sounds produced at different time. The second section uses all the data accumulated during the first section to generate an independent landscape with close formal ties to the sounds produced by the performer in the first section. The durations of the percussive synthetic sounds are the reverse of the durations of the sounds analyzed in the first section; all the spectral content of the synthetic sounds is a result of data recombination of the spectra of the analyzed sounds. http://www.luigimarino.net/works/interaction2.html



ARTIST BIO'S

Ido Bukelman is an Israeli (based in Berlin) guitarist, multi instrumentalist, composer-improviser, whose work combines elements of modern music, folk, and free jazz. Ido Bukelman is very active in the Israeli scene for the past 10 years. Ido played a large number of solo concerts in different international festivals and venues. He has performed and recorded with international artists like Aairto Moreira, Gunter Sommer Baby, Frode Gjerstad, Axel Dörner, Mark Sanders, Mikołaj Trzaska and others. Until today Ido has released more than ten albums under his own name, six of them are solo works. http://www.idobukelmanmusic.com https://idobukelman1.bandcamp.com/

“…Bukelman is even better on his own. His solo is totally acoustic and even more in your face. Tightly wound and fearsomely sure of itself." - Bill Meyer, Wire

"(...) A real stream of consciousness that draws from the languages of the avant-garde and the emotions of the soul. An excursion in the territories of thought and poetry, in perfect solitude, with no regrets (...)" --All About Jazz, Italia

Luigi Marino is a performer and active improviser whose recent work has focused on interactive systems able to create interactions between an extemporary performer-driven source and a computer, with particular attention to how intuitive decisions can affect a predetermined structure in a formal way. His work has been presented at festivals such as the ICMC, Acousmatic for the People (Sweden), Intonal Festival (Sweden), Sincronie (Italy), Signal Flow (USA). He is the recipent of many awards such as the Paul Merritt Henry Prize for composition, and the doctoral grant from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (UK). http://www.luigimarino.net/

Adam Pultz Melbye is a regular presence on the Berlin scene for improvisation, often working with dance. Regular projects include the bands LUBB, Angel, the electronic duo Toggle, a duo with dancer Akemi Nagao and solo performances. His work is oriented towards exploring the textural and resonant possibilities of the double bass. http://www.adampultz.com/