AadhaaraChakra auf Tour

 

Die Tanzperformance AadhaaraChakra: A Dancelogue auf Tour: Chennai (Indien), Kolkata (Indien), Marseille (Frankreich) und Prag (Tschechien)

Video: Probenmitschnitt (kein offizielles Produktionsvideo!)

Produktion:   Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts (Bangalore 2012)
Choreographie:   Jayachandran Palazhy u. das Attakkalari Tanzensemble
Bühne:  Dominic Dube
Musik / Sound:  Sam Auinger u. Martin Lutz
Film:  Rupert Schwarzenbauer, Pipon u. Prem Chawla
Licht:   Pipon
VideoKunst:   Ken Furudate
Kostüme:  Sanchita

 

29. August: The Park’s New Festival, Chennai (Indien), Location: Warehouse, Doraipakkam

4. Oktober: Theatre of Ballet National de Marseille (Frankreich)

14. Oktober: Archa Theatre, Prag (Tschechien)

23. / 24. Oktober: Kala Mandir, Kolkata (Indien)

 

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Or One Dancing

OR ONE DANCING

(Tanz-)Performance von Greta Granderath

Festival Limited Edition am Kampnagel (Hamburg)

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Or One Dancing 8

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Konzept und künstlerische Leitung: Greta Granderath

Von und mit: Josepha Conrad, Carolin Schmidt

Dramaturgie: Jonas Leifert

Klanggestaltung: Martin Lutz

Kostüm: Simone Ballüer

Mentoring: Anne Kersting

Produktion: Dag Lohde

 

Grundlage und Material für die Performance ist Gertrude Steins Text über die Performerin Isadora Duncan Orta or One Dancing (1911/12).

Für die Klanggestaltung und -komposition wurden ausschließlich das Textmaterial und die menschliche Stimme verwendet.

 

Premiere am 20. Juni 2013

TRuST

TRUST von Falk Richter am Akademietheater im Prinzregententheater (München)

Live: Sound / Musik

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Inszenierung: Mario Andersen, Katja Wachter
Choreographie: Katja Wachter
Musik / Sound: Martin Lutz
Dramaturgie: Theresa Seraphin
Mit: Ines Hollinger, Maria Weidner, Anika Herbst, James Newton, Patrick Nellessen, Kevin Körber, Sebastian Baumgart

Premiere am 7. März 2013

Trust = Vertrauensvolle Zusammenbrüche = KapitalBeziehung = Alles wie es ist

Sound = Geräusche im 3/4 = Punkband = Lied

… nach Indien.

SoundMusik in Kollaboration mit Sam Auinger für die TanztheaterPerformance AadhaaraChakra

am Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts in Bangalore / Indien

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AadhaaraChakra – A Dancelogue / A journey across intangible spaces
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Curtain Raiser to the Attakkalari India Biennial 2013
Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts / new dehli (IN).
AadhaaraChakra – A Dancelogue is a hybrid ‘performance event’, weaving in multiple disciplines – movement, film, light, plastic arts, multimedia design and sound. Set in an imagined land and oscillating between the past and present, the work invites the audience to partake in a ritualized experience. In a complex and often fragmented narrative, the dancers embody characters from diverse Indian locales and periods. Celluloid images accompany the sometimes surreal visual journey.
A small village provides the backdrop for jasmine vendors, vegetable sellers, bangle shops and tricycles – the myriad sounds and rainbow hues invoking an ever present past. The narrow alleyways of old Delhi mesh into the expansive solitude of Humayun’s Tomb and the Qutub Minar. Calls from vendors, loud music from temples and mosques, and cricket commentaries blend into an urban Indian cacophony. The production brings alive the essence of domestic life in a traditional Chettinad house, the sacred rituals in a Shiva temple, and the flavours and fragrances of a spice market.
Conceived and directed by Jayachandran Palazhy, Attakkalari’s Artistic Director and choreographed by him and the dancers, ‘AadhaaraChakra – a Dancelogue’ is performed by Attakkalari’s renowned Repertory Company. Music composers Sam Auinger and Martin Lutz modulate classical Indian music, hawkers’ cries, and popular cinematic strains using urban imagination to create an evocative soundscape. Filmic images shot by Rupert Schwarzbauer morph versatile architectural spaces designed by Dominic Dube. The light design by Pipon provides surprise elements which interact with Ken Furudate’s digital design...

„The music for the performance has been composed by Sam Auinger and Martin Lutz from Germany, who work with a variety of urban sounds from the streets including hawkers’ cries, construction sounds, horns, and children’s cries, along with Indian classical music. “We are trying to make something similar to music by searching for rhythms and arranging and tuning sounds like music, but what we create is something that lies somewhere between music and sound,” says Martin. “The director is playing with a clash of cultures in the performance by mixing tradition with the contemporary and the global, so we have tried playing with our music to match this performance.”

(aus: The Hindu vom 22.11.2012, Across the arts von Harshini Vakkalanka)

 

frequency band collector beta 1.0

frequency band collector beta 1.0

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frequency band collector beta 1

von: Max Jonas Baginski, Anna Bogner, Kyan Bayani und Martin Lutz

Präsentation: ARS ELECTRONICA 2012 (Linz)

 

[…] “Frequency Band Collector” is a work born inside the master sound studies of the UdK university of Berlin, that focuses on the variety of enviroments and daily situations experienced through the sense of hearing.
The system gets an audio input that is analized into ten frequency bands. After that it identifies what is the sound with the highest volume and, this particular frequence, causes a water drop into a container connected to a specific band.
Over a extensive enough distance of time, is possible to see on the computer screen the number of times, during the input sounds, that interested a specific frequency band, but not only.
The water containers, instead, corresponding to the various frequency bands, transform this informations into pictures in real time.
In addition, the importance of Frequency Band Collector consists in the fact that it stores the input data creating an informative memory about the frequencies which are present in the enviroment where the system is situated. It’s a sort of puzzle made of sounds, that is able to provide a sound picture of the enviroment. [Artikel auf: noemalab.eu]

 

Berlin Sonic Places: 24h Schendelpark

4Kanal SoundInstallation

von: Max Baginski, Kyan Bayani, Anna Bogner, Klaus Hamlescher, Guillermo Lares, Martin Lutz

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berlin sonic places 

vierundzwanzig stunden schendelpark

 

Entwickelt für Klang Ort Berlin / Berlin Sonic Places von Peter Cusack

Performance: 30. Juni 2012
Klang Ort Prenzlauer Berg
Aedes Campus am Pfefferberg
Christinenstraße 18–19 | 10119 Berlin | u2 Senefelder Straße

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… aufgenommen im letzten Winter bei Kaminfeuer, Gewürztee und Neuschnee, ganz so wie’s die Folkstatuten fordern, in der (jetzt ja nun bekanntlich der Großstadt schändlich geopferten) Soundbaracke Unteralting. Somit die letzte Veröffentlichung aus der kuhmistduftenden Studiohütte (wo bereits Rip van Winkle die Zeit verschlafen hat, was wohl eine andere Geschichte ist … ). Resultat auf Silberling: Folkgewandte Lieder im Morgenrock, immer ein wenig schlafwandelnd über den Dächern …

Lieder, Gesang u. Gitarre: Günne

Gitarre und Lapsteel: Großmutter

Bass: Roland

Schlagzeug: Grobi