beden-işlemsel sanatlar festivali

body-process arts festival

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9-17 November 2007

the first issue of amber'07 body process arts festival realized with the participation of artists, supporters and volunteers.
thanks to...


Türkiye Eğitim Gönüllüleri Vakfı (TEGV) ve Nesin Vakfı helped us to introduce amber'07 body process arts festival to the young generation by visiting the exhibition and participating in the workshops with their students.


Şimdi Cafe
(Asmalı Mescid No:9 Beyoğlu Tünel)
was the festival meeting point...


please visit again for the documentary of the festival

  • marcell.li antunez roca
  • jakob leben / robertina sebjanic
  • johannes birringer
  • eda kaban
  • kostas moshos / mariela nestora
  • martin hesselmeier / karin lingnau
  • hernando barragan
  • daisy bolter
  • francesco monico
  • ayşegül dalgıç
  • benoît maubrey
  • mladen dolar
  • burak arıkan
  • christine sugrue
  • nancy mauro flude
  • petra dubach / mario van horrik
  • tanja perisic
  • ekmel ertan
  • janez jansa
  • burçkaan gürgün
  • ismail kasarcı / burak arıkan
  • düğümküme
  • sinan bökesoy / daito manabe
  • difüzyon
  • ıslak köpek

benoit maubrey [de]

digital memories - feedback fred

performance
garajistanbul / 9 november 20:30

Benoît Maubrey is the director of DIE AUDIO GRUPPE a Berlin-based art group that build and perform with electronic clothes (past examples: AUDIO BALLERINAS, AUDIO GEISHAS, AUDIO STEELWORKERS, BONG BOYS, AUDIO PEACOCKS...). These are basically electro-acoustic clothes and dresses that are equipped with amplifiers and loudspeakers and that make sounds by interacting with their environment. For example the AUDIO BALLERINAS use -- among other electronic instruments-- light sensors that enable them to produce sounds through the interaction of their movements and the surrounding light (PEEPER choreography). Via movement sensors they can also trigger electronic sounds that are subsequently choreographed --or “orchestrated”-- into musical compositions as an “audio ballet “ (YAMAHA choreography). A variety of other electronic instruments (mini-computers, samplers, contact microphones, cassette and CD players, and radio receivers) allow them to work with the sounds, surfaces, and topographies of the space around them in a variety of solo or group choreographies The AUDIO BALLERINAS, first conceived in 1990, is still a very active, vibrant and successful project.

Digital Memory is realized with Audio Ballerina with audio tutu, digital sampler (257K), and a musician. Light-triggered pitch and sampling controls allow the dancer to change the sound with his-her movements.

In the Feedback Fred, performer moves with big loudspeaker box strapped to his back and feedback mask.

ana sponsor

Akbank Sanat

etkinlik sponsorları

Instituto Cervantes Estambul

Palais de Hollande Sabancı Üniversitesi

Bimeras

mekan sponsorları

Anadolu KültürÇıplak Ayaklaritü tbtgarajistanbul

hizmet sponsorları

İstanbul Büyükşehir BelediyesinerdwerkNGMÇatı Dans