11. Mai 2016 (All day)

Uhrzeit: 14:45
Ort: Raum 311

Gabor Lazar:
As a creative response to the currently available technologies, his
music articulates the extremes of rhythm in a strong relationship with
sound synthesis. Inspired by the past decades' techno-related electronic
 music, Gábor extends the boundaries of repetitive music through his
spectrally rich and recognizable sound. As innovative as traditional,
his music bridges the gap between dance motivated club culture and
conceptual practice of computer music.


Mark Fell:
is a multidisciplinary artist based in Sheffield (UK). After studying experimental film and video art at the infamous Psalter Lane Campus of Sheffield City Polytechnic he reverted to earlier interests in computational technology, music and synthetic sound. In 1998 he began a series of critically acclaimed record releases on labels including Mille Plateaux, Line, Editions Mego and Raster Noton. Fell is widely known for combining popular music styles, such as electronica and club musics, with typically academic approaches to computer-based composition with a particular emphasis on algorithmic and mathematical systems. Since his early electronic music pieces Fell’s practice has expanded to include moving image works, sound and light installation, choregoraphy, critical texts and educational projects.