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~ tilde 2

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~ tilde 2 is a network for experimental music initiated by Polish sound platform Sanatorium Dźwięku, aimed at creating possibilities for cooperation between musicians from the Baltic countries, leading to lasting relationships in the field of culture and developing a dialogue between artists working in an experimental contemporary music context. Over a 3 day period, ~ tilde 2 will invite artists from Poland, Sweden, Norway, and Russia. ~ tilde 2 will be held in three cities, Moscow, Stockholm and Oslo.

This year, the main idea is to foster an environment of collaboration and exchange between artists engaged in experimental music by presenting their work different constellations, formats and ensembles. ~ tilde 2 will invite artists such as Mats Lindström, Marja-leena Sillanpää, Robert Piotrowicz, Anna Zaradny, Kurt Liedwart, Alexei Borisov, Ilia Belorukov, Tomasz Krakowiak, Piotr Damasiewicz and Gerard Lebik.

~ tilde 2 is the continuation of the project ~ tilde, a Polish Experimental Music in Scandinavia that culminated in a presentation of a broad spectrum of electronic and electroacoustic improvised music from Poland. Concerts by artists such Barbara Kinga Majewska, Robert Piotrowicz, Krzysztof Knittel, Gerard Lebik, Piotr Damasiewicz, Martyna Poznańska with collaboration with Lotte Anker, Martin Küchen, Ralf Meinz were preceded by lectures about the Polish Radio Experimental Studio, a historically important collective active during the 60s, and one of the most important nodes of contemporary experimental music curated by Michał Libera.

These artists will collaborate on developing new tendencies of experimental music in important venues like Fylkingen – Stockholm, Наука и Искусство – Moscow, Deichmanske Bibliotek – Olso.

Project curated by Gerard Lebik and Zuzanna Fogtt

Venues organisers: Petter Flaten Eilertsen, Josefin Lindebrink, Kurt Liedwart

Program

02. 11. 2016 Oslo

Deichmanske bibliotek, Hovedbiblioteket

Arne Garborgs plass 4

0179 Oslo

Mats Lindström

Robert Piotrowicz

Anna Zaradny

Tomasz Krakowiak

Gerard Lebik

04. 11. 2016 Stockholm, g.20.00 (doors open g.19.30)

Fylkingen – ny musik & intermediakonst

Torkel Knutssonsgatan 2

104 62 Stockholm

Marja-leena Sillanpää

Lasse Marhaug

Robert Piotrowicz

Tomasz Krakowiak

Gerard Lebik

Piotr Damasiewicz

07. 11. 2016 Moscow

Наука и Искусство / Adres: Nastavnicheskiy per.

3/15с3, Moscow

Anna Zaradny

Robert Piotrowicz

Tomasz Krakowiak

Gerard Lebik

Kurt Liedwart

Ilia Belorukov

Alex Borisov

Artists

Robert Piotrowicz

Sound artist, composer, improviser.

He has authored radio dramas, sound installations, and music for theatre productions, and collaborates regularly with other artists on audio-visual performances. As an instrumentalist, Piotrowicz works mainly with his own live performance setup, developed around the electric guitar and analogue modular synthesiser. His music has as much in common with contemporary electro-acoustic compositions as it does with sound art. His concerts feature saturated, detailed musical forms created with analogue synthesizers and computers. He has developed his trademark sound of intense dynamics seized in dramatic and balanced structures.

PIotrowicz has released several solo albums as well as collaborations with artists such as Burkhard Stangl, Anna Zaradny, Jérôme Noetinger, C. Spencer Yeh and Kevin Drumm. Other collaborators in recent years included Valerio Tricoli, Oren Ambarchi, Martin Klapper, Zbigniew Karkowski, Łukasz Szałankiewicz, Lasse Marhaug, John Hegre, Kasper Toepltz, Xavier Charles,Tony Buck and others.

Co-founder of the Musica Genera Festival and the Musica Genera label.

robertpiotrowicz.net  robertpiotrowicz.bandcamp.com  soundcloud.com/rurokura

Tomasz Krakowiak

Known for his unorthodox treatment of idiophones, percussionist Tomasz Krakowiak performed and/or recorded with his principal collaborators Joda Clement, Pau Torres and Holger Schoorl. His more occasional collaborators have included John Oswald, Kaffe Matthews, CCMC, Ute Völker, Paul Dutton, Gert-Jan Prins, Vic Rawlings.  Influenced by experimental and electroacoustic practices, Krakowiak’s sounds are explorations of different sonoristic drum qualities his work has been called “splendid overlapping calvacade of tones.”(The Wire), “unique and very, very rich” (Just Outside), and “of entirely different quality and tone” (Brainwashed).

Selected Recordings:“Moulins” (Bocian), “A/P” (Bocian), “La ciutat ets tu” (Etude),

“Halcyon Science” (Barnyard Records), “Relay”(Spool)

https://www.discogs.com/artist/834354-Tomasz-Krakowiak

Gerard Lebik

Musician, sound artist, living Wroclaw/Poland. Works with improvised, experimental and intermedia music. He is  an author of sound installations and sound interventions in public space. Creates by improvisation, musical notation or through directly manipulation of sonic material using electro and acoustic media. Explores the audible phenomena field through various tools and techniques: saxophones, zopan wave generators, air compressors, VHS recorders, video objects, electronics, analog video feedback, software. In 2007 graduated Wroclaw Academy of Music.
Performed with: Phil Minton, David Maranha, Eryck Abecassis, Keith Rowe, Paul Lovens,  Kazuhisa Uchihashi, Jerome Noetinger, Noid, Brian Labycz, Hernani Faustino, Miguel A Garcia, Ilia Belorukov, Gabriel Ferrnandini, Noritaka Tanaka, Bettina Wenzel, hans w koch, Joker Nies, Rodrigo Pinheiro, Christian Marien, Pawel Janicki, Piotr Damasiewicz, Artur Majewski… and others
Events: Kunsthale Basel, Mem Bilbao, LulCec Barcelona, V:NM-Festival in Graz, Bienale Zagreb, TodaysArt Festival Hague, Tokyo Jazz, Festival Umbrella Chicago, Musica Electronica Nova, Sibiu Jazz and More, Avant Art, Musica Electronica Nova, Musica Polonica, Survival Art Review, SuperDeluxe-Tokyo, Alte Feuerwache- Cologne, CSW-Warszawa, Galeria Kordegarda, De Werf-Brugge, Pit Inn Shinjuku-Tokyo, Ftarri-Tokyo, Quite Que-Berlin…

Artistic Director and Curator:
Sanatorium Dźwięku Festival Sokołowsko

www.gerardlebik.com  http://gerardlebik.blogspot.com http://www.sanatoriumdzwieku.pl/en/

Anna Zaradny

Sound and visual artist, composer, improviser. As a composer and instrumen- talist she works in a wide spectrum of genres: from acoustic improvised mu- sic with a contemporary minimalist language to the complex structures of experimental electronic music compositions. As a visual artist, Zaradny cre- ates in various media including installations, objects, photography and video. The artist uses abstraction, micro sound and architectonic elements, lights and space. Her pieces are marked by the ambiguity and the relationship be- tween medium and ideas.
The winner of audience art prize, Deutsche Bank and Zachęta National Gal- lery of Art “Views 2011”. Co-founder of the Musica Genera Festival and the Musica Genera label.

Zaradny’s works have been presented in festivals and exhibitions all over the world, the last ones so far at: Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, SiILBERKUPPE, Berlin, Kunst-Werke, Berlin, Sottovoce, London, What is music? Festival, Sydney, Melbourne, All Ears Festival, Oslo, Unsound Festival New York, Exploratory Music From Poland Super-Deluxe Tokyo, Japan

The discography of Anna Zaradny includes solo recordings and collaborative projects with a.o.: Burkhard Stangl, Tony Buck, Robert Piotrowicz, Kasper Toeplitz, Cor Fuhler. She is also author of music for theatre plays and multimedia projects. She is co-founder and curator of the Musica Genera Festival.

annazaradny.net  musicagenera.net  soundcloud.com/annazaradny annazaradny.bandcamp.com

Piotr Damasiewicz – born in Wroclaw, is a composer, trumpeter, multiinstrumentalist, music curator. Apart from musicians, the association gathers people from the world of fine arts, who are open to a mutual dialogue.. He collaborated as well with the artistic circles of academies of fine arts in Wrocław and Katowice as a co-author of various multimedia projects. He cooperate as a curator in multicultural Festival Art Meeting, and art platform Melting Pot (Wrocław). He reaches down to the language of jazz, moving towards the free jazz ideas, through the European classical music, all the way to the achievements of the new modern music, including the European improvised  music, sound art, electroacoustic improvisation, experimental music. He had opportunity to work with Polish-German cooproduction of Avant Art Festival, Gerngesehen and Mex, Europeans musical platforms JazzPlayesEurope 2010, Take Five European Project 2013, European Jazz Network. He took part an international improvised music summit mixing leading players from Styria in Austria with a wide range of top-draw musicians from Wrocław / Poland.

http://culture.pl/en/artist/piotr-damasiewicz  

Mats Lindström

Is a composer focusing on live electronics. He often works
with intermedia, scenic elements and visual arts as a complement to the
music, and has worked with music for theatre, radio, dance and sound
installations. Mats Lindström’s 2008 album МИГ was released on Edition Mego
sub-label Ideologic Organ, curated by Sunn O))) member Stephen O’Malley. 

Mats Lindström in an director of prominent  EMS  a studio for the research and development founded in 1964 in Stockholm.

http://www.elektronmusikstudion.se/ 

Lasse Marhaug

Has since the early 1990s been one of the most active artists in the Norwegian noise/experimental music scene. As a performer and composer he has contributed to well over 300 CD, vinyl and cassette releases over the years, as well as extensive touring and performing live on all continents of the world. In addition to his solo work, Marhaug has collaborated with several artists in the fields of noise, experimental, improv, jazz, rock and extreme metal, as well as working with music and sound for theatre, dance, installations, film and video. In the mid-90s Marhaug started TWR Tapes (still going) and Jazzassin Records (ended 2001). In the 2000s he started the record labels Pica Disk and Prisma Records. In 2011 he started his own print publishing called Marhaug Forlag. He has also been active as an organizer, promoter and producer. Marhaug was born in the northern regions above the arctic circle of Norway, but currently lives in Oslo

http://lassemarhaug.no/home/

Josefin Lindebrink

Is a swedish acoustician, sound artist, and independent researcher primarily concerned with perceptual studies of acoustic environments. Through acoustic modeling (auralization), spatialized sound composition and field recording her body of work aims to explore the connections between auditory sensation and the experience of space.

Her work has been presented at ISEA2016, Hong Kong; MMHL Artefact, Leuven; the CMRC 35th Anniversary, Athens; Uferstudios, Berlin; Fylkingen, Stockholm; Acentech, Boston; and Laboratorio Sensorial, Guadalajara. Her talks on acoustics, sound perception and techniques for performing auralization have been hosted by institutions such as the IEEE Signal Processing Chapter & the University of Auckland, NZ; Berklee College of Music, Boston, US; Escuela Superior de Arquitectura,Guadalajara, MX; Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts, Stockholm, SE; HackerspaceSG,Singapore and EMS (Elektronmusikstudion) in Stockholm, SE.

In addition to acoustical design of built space she trains architects, acousticians, audiologists, performance artists and musicians in acoustics and studies of auditory perception. She is a frequency lecturer in acoustics at the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. With a background in audio electronics, engineering and music she later obtained a Master’s degree in Sound & Vibration at Chalmers University, Gothenburg, Sweden.

http://www.josefinlindebrink.com/ 

Kurt Liedwart

Works in experimental musical areas between improvised, electroacoustic and noise music. He plays laptop, analog synthesizers, electronics, light electronics, electromagnetic devices, and sinewaves. He’s a founder of Mikroton Recordings, organizer of Mikroton Live concerts, co-curator of Teni Zvuka Festival and founder of Contemporary Music Magazine and Tonschrift. online magazine.

Plays and records solo and in various formations with Martin Taxt, Arturas Bumšteinas, Ernesto Rodrigues, Guilherme Rodrigues, Nuno Torres, Abdul Moimême, Julien Ottavi, Heddy Boubaker, Alexandre Losada, Jason Kahn, Burkhard Beins, Alexander Markvart, Sergey Kostyrko, Birgit Ulher, Gregory Büttner, Piotr Tkacz, Gerard Lebik, Annette Krebs, Klaus Filip, Noid, Norbert Möslang, Keith Rowe, Alfredo Costa Monteiro, Miguel A. Garcia, Xavier Lopez, Dmitry Krotevich, Nicola Ratti, Alberto Boccardi, Hannes Lingens, Pierre Borel, Radu Malfatti, Alexei Borisov, Ignaz Schick, Stefano Pilia, Thomas Buckner, Ilia Belorukov, Andrey Lomakin, Edita Fyl, Oleg Makarov, Phil Raymond, Bruno Duplant, Pedro Chambel, Andrey Popovsky, Konstantin Sukhan, Alexey Sysoev, Brinstaar, Denis Sorokin, Paul Roth, Ian Douglas-Moore and others.

Various recordings released on his own Mikroton Recordings as well as on Intonema, Hideous Replica, Copy For Your Records and so on.

Played at various festivals: Abracadabra (Moscow), Noise & Fury 2008 (Moscow), XXII Festival Of Modern Art (Bryansk), Love Live Electronic Festival (Moscow), Ru.Noise 2009 (Kiev), Ad Libitum 4 Festival (Warsaw), Ruby Attack Festival (Moscow), Prepared Environments on Prepared Wednesdays 2010: Informal Tribute to John Cage (Moscow), Prepared Environments on Prepared Wednesdays 2011 (Moscow), Poetronica 2010 (Moscow), Poetronica 2011 (Moscow), Teni Zvuka 2011 (Saint-Petersburg), Noise & Fury 2011 (Moscow), Alt+E Fest 2011 (Moscow), Prepared Environments 2012 (Moscow), Teni Zvuka 2013 / Mikroton Live 2 (2013 | Moscow, Saint-Petersburg), Prepared Environments 2013 (Moscow), Noise & Fury 2013 (Moscow, Yaroslavl, Saint-Petersburg), Teni Zvuka 2014 / Mikroton Live 3 (2014, Moscow, Saint-Petersburg), Der blöde dritte Mittwoch (2014, Vienna), Music Of Now (2015, Saint-Petersburg), Escucha! (2016, Madrid).

As a music critic he wrote for Billboard Russian Edition, Electronic Music Magazine, Contemporary Music Magazine, Tonschrift., Colta.

www.kurtliedwart.com  www.mikroton.net

Ilia Belorukov

Is a musician from Saint-Petersburg, Russia. He works in the direction of improvised, noise and electroacoustic music. He’s a member of different projects such as Wozzeck, Mars-96 and others. He collaborates with musicians who work in other genres (from hardcore and metal to academic contemporary music); with dancers and painters; with theater. Ilia practices an experimental approach of sound extraction on alto saxophone with objects, uses laptop, electric-guitar and other instruments. Also he is a founder of Intonema label (www.intonema.org). Organizer of events in Russia, co-organizer of the Teni Zvuka festival in Saint-Petersburg, writer of Contemporary Music magazine (www.cmmagazine.tumble.com).

Ilia had played with such musicians as Keith Rowe, Alfredo Costa Monteiro, David Stackenas, Radu Malfatti, Lucio Capece, Jason Kahn, Birgit Ulher, Ignaz Schick, Jonas Kocher, Gaudenz Badrutt, Stefan Thut, Arturas Bumsteinas, Thomas Buckner, Bryan Eubanks, Jack Wright, Andrew Drury, Andrey Popovskiy, Alexei Borisov, Kurt Liedwart and many others. Released his works on labels Mikroton (Russia), Copy For Your Records (USA), Hideous Replica (UK), Ilse (USA), Intonema (Russia), QuasiPop (Ukraine), 1000fussler (Germany) and others.

He participated in various festivals: SKIF (Saint-Petersburg) ; Budapest Spring Festival (Budapest); Noise & Fury (Moscow); Gogolfest (Kiev); Jauna Muzika (Vilnius & Klaipeda); Angelica (Bologna); Baba Fest (Rome); Altera Festival (Naples);  Teni Zvuka (Saint-Petersburg); Jazz Bez (Lvov); John Cage Year (Lublin); Theses (Kemerovo); Helsinki City Festival (Helsinki) etc. 

http://belorukov.blogspot.com/

Alexei  Borisov

Has made music since the underground movement ignited in Russia in the beginning 1980s, and is known as a member of Night Prospekt, F.R.U.I.T.S., Volga, ASTMA, Fake Cats Project and among many other projects.

Born in Moscow on December 7, 1960, Borisov graduated from the Moscow State University where he had studied History and Arts. His controversial performing career (as a guitarist) began in the Center new-wave group, in 1980. Next year, he formed the Prospekt mod-band, and re-modeled it in 1985 as the shifting Night Prospekt with then-partner Ivan Sokolovsky. After the dissolution of the band in the beginning 1990s, he surfaced then in the “noise reconstruction and techno acoustics” duo F.R.U.I.T.S. with Pavel Zhagun (also known as Piezo) and in various short-lived art/noise/industrial acts Like Joint Committee, Atomic Bisquit Orchestra And Sever.

He and his previous associate, the experimental Finnish sound-sculptor Anton Nikkila, established in 2000 their own N&B Research Digest label.

Among his other collaborations are the joint projects with the performance-group “North” (Russia), KK Null (Japan), Jeffrey Surak (USA), Leif Elggren (Sweden). Borisov also collaborates with the video-artist Roman Anikushin, multimedia-artists Aristarh Chernishev and Vladislav Efimov and also with Olga Subbotina, Moscow theatre director. Lately Borisov prefers solo music career. He also works as a DJ in clubs and on radio and contributed as a journalist to some Russian (“Bulldozer”, “Ptjuch”, “Fuzz”, “Downtown”, “man’Music”, etc.) and foreign (“B’Mag”, “Technikart”) magazines and newspapers.

He is portrayed in the 2013 music documentary Elektro Moskva. Alexei Borisov in January 2015 founded Fake Cats Project with Igor Levshin and Kirill Makushin.

https://www.discogs.com/artist/783645

Project supported by Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland, Polish Institute in Stockholm in cooperation with IN SITU Contemporary Art Foundation – Sokołowsko Poland.