Florian Neuner produced a nice podcast about the soundexchange day in Bratislava for the Goethe Institut (Touring with Goethe No. 54). You can listen to several interviews and music by Milan Adamciak, Kurek/Bumšteinas Duo, Andrius Rugys and Frank Bretschneider.
You can find a image gallery with impressions from the soundexchange day in bratislava (2nd december 2011) here.
A gallery of the concert evening by Next festival photographers Šimko Košík and Zuzana Krajčíková can be found here.
With Kippschwingung, Frank Bretschneider combines his never simplistic but all the more profound relationship to rhythm with the specific sound aesthetics of the Subharchord. He uses the “rhythmisation installation” designed especially for the instrument as well as the exciting, abstract sounds, which lie exactly between noise and tone, in order to combine an almost forgotten technology with contemporary production and music-making techniques.
For the first time bretschneider presents kippschwingung as audio-visual performance for the soundexchange day Bratislava at the NEXT festival.
The opening of the soundexchange exhibition at the Goethe Institut Bratislava on 2nd december with Milan Adamčiak (center) and Jozef Cseres (left).
what happens before and after the sound? to test the alarm of the morning clock – one need to sleep through all night long… one need to let the body to become auricular… to sleep, to eat, to work, to walk, to [...], just listen… presentation of the workshop results of “beforesoundafter (besounder?)” with Andrius Rugys from Vilnius.
In close collaboration with the Goethe-Institut Bratislava and the NEXT Festival Bratislava, SOUND EXCHANGE DAY BRATISLAVA is the second station of the project. Outstanding representatives of Poland’s and Slovakia’s experimental music culture will be presented.