Category Archives: data feedback

11. Wings (2007—2008)

Wings (2007 – 2008) for big white shields, three microphones, one loudspeaker and three performers. Part of three performances about feedback by a search for renoise (strings by Sebastian Lach Lau and tubes by Paul Craenen) with support from Champ

11. Wings (2007—2008)

Wings (2007 – 2008) for big white shields, three microphones, one loudspeaker and three performers. Part of three performances about feedback by a search for renoise (strings by Sebastian Lach Lau and tubes by Paul Craenen) with support from Champ

18. Song no 3 (2010)

Song no 3 (2010) for one performer, loudspeaker, microphone and live electronics written for KOFOMI                   The performer holds a microphone and a large piece of white paper was glued onto the loudspeaker.

18. Song no 3 (2010)

Song no 3 (2010) for one performer, loudspeaker, microphone and live electronics written for KOFOMI                   The performer holds a microphone and a large piece of white paper was glued onto the loudspeaker.

21. Pièce d’Ameublement (2011)

Pièce d’Ameublement (2011) for grand piano, plants and live electronics. written for Frederik Croene commissioned by fonds voor de podiumkunsten   The plants on the piano are watered by the pianist. This piece is based on the idea of pianos

21. Pièce d’Ameublement (2011)

Pièce d’Ameublement (2011) for grand piano, plants and live electronics. written for Frederik Croene commissioned by fonds voor de podiumkunsten   The plants on the piano are watered by the pianist. This piece is based on the idea of pianos

24. Ways and Means (2012)

Ways and Means (2012) for five singers, gestures, small microphones and loudspeakers and live electronics written for and commissioned by the Munich Biennale and the University of the Arts Berlin Meriel Price – gestures / voice Maren Schäfer – gestures

24. Ways and Means (2012)

Ways and Means (2012) for five singers, gestures, small microphones and loudspeakers and live electronics written for and commissioned by the Munich Biennale and the University of the Arts Berlin Meriel Price – gestures / voice Maren Schäfer – gestures