Sol Rezza, winner of the CTM Radio Lab call for works, premieres her 12-channel piece "In the Darkness of the World", on a night that also features experimental musician and Edgard Varèse Guest Lecturer at Berlin's Technical University, Pierre-Alexandre Tremblay.
A night of hypnotic stoner riffs, heavy, dripping, low-end psychedelic freakouts, and ominous vibrations are on the menu.
SOPHIE, Teki Latex, a special performative concert by OAKE, Philipp Gorbachev & the Naked Man and more.
Starting at 19h at Kunstraum Kreuzberg / Bethanien, the evening includes live performances by Marco Donnarumma and Leslie Garcia, a cello intervention by Cosima Gehrhardt as part of Anita Ackermann's installation, and a DJ set by Sarah Miles to round out the evening.
On Wednesday 28 January the CTM 2015 Discourse programme delves into the sonic mysteries of humanity's distant past with a series of talks and events focused on archaeoacoustics, or archaeology of sound. Culminating with a special Benefit Concert by Gregorian Chant specialist Iegor Reznikoff, the day highlights participants such as researchers Paul Devereux and Rupert Till.
Trailer by Marius Rehmet and Oliver Thomas of vojd. Sound by Moon Wheel.
On Thursday 29 January members of the ICAS - International Cities for Advanced Sound network will be holding a speed-dating session where artists, professionals and interested members of the public can present their work/research, and learn more about the network's festivals and events. The event is by registration only!
On Wednesday, 28 January at the Kunstquartier Bethanien's Studio 1, antiquity specialist Iegor Reznikoff will perform selections of Early Gregorian chant and his own composition, "Cantata Grand Magnificat", for a very special benefit concert and the festival's only exclusively acoustic programme. The performance features Reznikoff's exploration (with his unamplified voice) of the resonant properties of the space, which served as a chapel when the Kunstquartier was still used as a hospital.