6 November, 22:00
Concert, Electro Staircase

Electrostatica. Alexander Senko, Kurt Liedwart

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Knot Theory - a sonic interpretation of mathematical theories and logical paradoxes. A synthesis of algorhythmic composition, fixed media and live improvisation.

8 channels.

Alexander Senko is a sound-artist, musician, sound engineer, author of multi-channel audio and interactive installations, and creator of the Acoustic Images laboratory. He employs his own inventions in the Pure Data software environment. He has participated in numerous festivals: 4th Pure Data Convention (Weimar, Germany), PIKSEL [X] (Bergen, Norway), Prepared Wednesdays (Moscow), Electric Nights (Athens, Greece), FILE SP 2014 (Sao Paulo, Brazil), (h) earl XL II (Heerlen, the Netherlands), Radical dB (Zaragoza, Spain), the Engine Room (London, UK), Ars Electronica 2015 (Linz, Austria), MADATAC 07 (Madrid, Spain), ISSTA'17 (Dundalk, Ireland) and others.

Kurt Liedwart is a composer, improviser, sound artist, producer and graphic designer. He is the founder and curator of the Mikroton Recordings label, which has released recordings of electronic, noise and improvisational music since 2008. Liedwart created his own individual style in art and music, rooted in various sound practices, including electroacoustic and computer music, noise and glitch, as well as such art trends as actionism and fluxus. He plays a wide range of instruments: analog synthesizers, electronics, light-controlled electronics, radio, sensors, electromagnetic instruments, computer, sinusoidal waves, field recordings and percussion that is electronically processed in real time. Among his joint works with other musicians are projects with Keith Rowe, Norbert Möslang, Miguel A. Garcia, Bruno Duplan, Klaus Filip, Sergei Kostyrko, Oleg Makarov, Andrei Popovsky, Alexei Borisov, Ilya Belorukov and others. He has written reviews, critical articles and interviews for Billboard, Electronic Music, Music and Time, Modern Music and Tonschrift, as well as Colta and Sygma.