18:00 – 21:00 – DJ Set in Blumenau, Brazil
By Natascha Sadr Haghighian and Nicholas Bussmann
With the Cottbusser Chor: Laura Mello, Lucille Desamory, Margarete Kammerer, Aaron Snyder, Eduard Mont de Palol, Rico Repotente, Yusuf Ergün
Me and Nicholas Bussmann @ Deutschlandfunk Studio in Savvy Contemporary
Piano Logic Body Visual ist eine Performance für Klavierspielerin, 4-Kanal Elektronik und live-Video, eine kontinuierliche Recherche von der Performerin Laura Mello, wo die visuelle Wahrnehmung des eigenen Körpers als Impuls für die Komposition für Klavier, Stimme und Elektronik verwendet wird.
21.09.17 @ Garnisongasse 7 1090 Wien
LISTEN ONLINE or in BERLIN 88,4 Mhz
If you missed it: you can listen to the recording on soundcloud. See also some pictures below.
Living Radio is an unconventional audio guide, a live Hörspiel, a mixture of reality and imagination, where the visual is filtered through the aural. (in the following languages: PT-BR, DE, EN, ES)
Living Radio is an ongoing project by Laura Mello. The artist investigates the area around the Datscha, and speaks her observations, impressions, fantasies into a (wireless) microphone. In this version for Datscha Radio, the material from this live Audio Guide is combined live with Lauras pre-produced and live-processed sounds.
Rosa dos sons / Sound compass
Galerie Errrant Sound
18.5. 18.00 – 21.00
19.+20.5. 15.00 – 20.00
Sound installation of filed recordings from:
Sound stops / Sound walks / Interventions in sound fields
Instalação sonora a partir de gravações arquivadas de:
Paradas sonoras / Caminhadas sonoras / Intervenções em campos sonoro
Since 2009 I have been documenting the soundfield in and around my appartment in Berlin. How much and which kind of information is in a field recording documentation? For instance: how much of a sense of space, direction and/or of time (daytime, year season) can one take from field recordings? Is this perception reality or imagination? Past or present?
More about Rosa dos Sons here
Vorspiel Berlin Event
Field Recording as a Personal Practice
Artists of the Errant Sound Group will share field recordings from their archives and will talk about in which way their personal practise is related to and shaped by recording enviromental and other sounds. Different aesthetic and artistic approaches and strategies with recordings “in the field” will be discussed.
With: Mario Asef, Peter Cusack, Thom Kubli, Laura Mello, Kirsten Reese, Antje Vowinckel, Jeremy Woodruff
Golo Föllmer, Moderator