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CONCERT Marta Zapparoli & Martin Howse

Concert evening at Panke Culture in Wedding, with two new sound performances presented by the artists Marta Zapparoli and Martin Howse.

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Panke Culture Gerichtstraße 23 13347 Berlin Germany

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Marta Zapparoli • Interdimensional Generated Space & Martin Howse • The Final Session [003]

On 5 October, we invite you to a concert evening at Panke Culture in Wedding, with two new sound performances presented by the artists Marta Zapparoli and Martin Howse. Both artists have developed works for this evening and our project series: Marta Zapparoli will present new material and a sound-light composition based on several years of research and recordings of Northern Lights phenomena. Martin Howse will performatively decode earth and air signals through unrefined electrochemistry and manipulation of earth-bound electrons, air and light.

Interdimensional Generated Space

Marta Zapparoli

Interdimensional Generated Space is a research-intensive piece focusing on the transcendental phenomenon of the Northern Lights. The performance uses the implementation of self-made recordings in combination with crystal radio, light, detectors, and motors to simulate a technological audio-visual version of Northern Lights in the space. “Interdimensional” specifically refers to the movement of energy between modes of perception. One part of this energy comes from the composed mixture of »natural cosmic voices«; another part is coming from the electromagnetic forces generated in real time during the performance. The piece will make full use of the contrasts of the invisible processes, to create a new experience of space, time, and human scale. The piece is an attempt to achieve a unique sonic dialogue between »natural« and »technological« world, a reflection on nature that is imitated by technology in an anthropogenic age.

The Final Session[003]

Martin Howse

The Final Session describes a set of actions and invocations for contemporary augury or divination, for night visions and for dream incubation. Inspired by vapours, by fumes and smoke from industrial chimneys and rotting snakes, burning forests, pure piercing notes and colours, The Final Session decodes earth and air signals through unrefined electrochemistry and manipulation of earth-bound electrons, air and light. That which is to be divined in the unfaithful language of replayed temperature change, earthy smoke, dust, glass machines, plant stones, and ear stones are the various past and future depositions, intrusions, compressions, degradations, and gradings of lithic entropy, these everyday deformations of contemporary energy.

The Final Session is a performance for custom electronics, particulate and burning matters, temperature/light sensors, and laser.

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Marta Zapparoli is an Italian sound artist, improviser, performer, and independent researcher based in Berlin. In recent years her work focussed on the intersection of the visible and the invisible aspects of physics, seeking to activate all the poetic and conceptual levels. She captures unique recordings of electromagnetic radiation coming from outer space, Natural Radio (VLF) and electro-smog, and radio wave communication from the technological world. The relation-connection-dialogue between nature and our technological world is a central theme in her work. Her main instruments are a variety of antennas, radio receivers, detectors, tape recorders, and band machines. Since 2003 she has been active in live performances, site-specific work, and improvisation. Among other projects she is a member of Splitter Orchester in Berlin.

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Martin Howse is occupied with an investigation of the links between the earth (geophysical phenomena), software and the human psyche (psychogeophysics) through the construction of experimental situations (performance, laboratories, walks, and workshops), material art works and texts.

From 1998 to 2005 Howse was director of ap, a software performance group working with electronic waste, pioneering an early approach to digital glitch. From 2007 to 2009 he hosted a regular workshop, micro-residency and salon series in Berlin. Howse has worked and collaborated on acclaimed projects and practices such as The Crystal World, Psychogeophysics, Earthboot, Sketches towards an Earth Computer and Dissolutions. He is the creator of the esoteric ERD modular synthesizer series, and founder of the Tiny Mining extractive community.

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