4fakultät #12

June 22nd | 9pm / doors 8pm

Concert Series for Cross Genre Improvisation

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Jimi Tenor (Helsinki)

Méryll Ampe (Paris)

Alireza Mehdizadeh & Pejram Tahmasbi (Berlin, Iran)

ACRE (Rome)

Live Visuals / Projections : elektropastete

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Presented by: ByteFM

Easily transcending all current trends and hypes. The work of Finnish musician and composer Jimi Tenor combines the finest elements of afro-american music, spontaneous silliness and shameless glamour in a style all his own. “Jimi Tenor’s mind will travel where his body can’t go. Living in isolation in east-Helsinki suburb he picks mushrooms and has exotic musical fantasies in the calmness of the endless.“ Releases on Philophon, Herakles Records, Kindred Spirits and Warp speak a clear and distinct language of stylistic diversity. What instruments will Jimi play this time? Flute? Saxophone? Drummachines? His own voice? Just about any sound source is possible with this man and some of them might get wrecked in the act.

In her work composer and sound designer Méryll Ampe establishes a fine link between two performative practices, the visual and the auditive: “I develop my sound through electronic field recordings and experimental music. I establish links between my musical practice and my visual practice, using techniques directly linked to sculpture – to cut in to mass, to model, and to chisel using acoustic sound, digital sound processing and analogue tools. These allow me to generate echo, tensions, breaks and punctuation. I conceive of improvisation as an uninterrupted sequence, revealing the immersive composition of space.”

Alireza Mehdizadeh plays the Kamancheh, a classical persian string instrument with a delicate and expressive sound. His meticulously modulated melodies and movements contains microtonal scales from the Dastgah modal system, the improvisational elements of persian music and Sufism’s insight and meditativeness. Alireza is a member of the renowned Mastan Ensemble and toured Europa, the U.S and Canada. He will be accompanied by the classical Tar player Pejram Tahmasbi.

The Rome based improvisation trio ACRE is working on diverse forms of images and places of music and listening. The group’s sound is made up of some recognizable music influences, and focuses on the way these influences are dealt with, letting them interfere: The trio combines the free subchambers of instrumental jazz with the unpredictability of digital instruments, thus creating an exciting unitarian sound with detailed, fragile struktures, contrary timbres and surprising experiments.

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4fakultät is based on a mathematically designed musical score. Four acts of various artistic backgrounds play two sets of their own. These separate sets intersect. All four musicians improvise in a rotating order creating a continuous concert with no breaks or stops. A musical dialogue where improvisation cuts to the bone of genre and style definition: 4fakultät.

15,- / 10,- (reduced)

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Sponsored by
Musikfonds e.V.
Behörde für Kultur und Medien Hamburg
Hamburgische Kulturstiftung

Graphic Design: Silvio Waser

Ausstellung SOFT SPOT SHOTS

Janine Eggert
Sibylle Jazra
Marte Kiessling
Renata Palekcic

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Nüchtern betrachtet, ist Erinnerung der entkoppelte Gedanke an ein Ereignis, welcher ein unsichtbares Eigenleben beginnt. In dem Moment, da der Gedanke sich von seinem Ursprung unabhängig macht, wird er real, hinterläßt er Spuren. Inwiefern schreibt sich Erinnerung in Objekte, die uns umgeben, in den Körper, in das Gedächtnis von Physis und Raum?  „soft spot shots“ verhandelt Fragen zu körperlicher Einschreibung in Materialien, transgenerationaler Weitergabe von Erfahrungen sowie neuen Formen und möglicher Umdeutung kultureller Techniken.


Eröffnung: Freitag, 14. September 2018, 19 Uhr

Ausstellung vom 15. – 20. September 2018
geöffnet tägl. 15 – 19 Uhr
Montag geschlossen

Finissage und Künstlergespräch, Donnerstag, 20. September 2018, 19 Uhr