Taxi Salon: hÄK / Danzeisen + Tot Onyx + Adam Golebiewski + Panty Paradise + DTLV Doom

Sa. 18.05.24

Konzert, Clubnight

Einlass: 21:00

Beginn: 21:00

Die nächste Taxi Salon Edition steht im Zeichen elektroakustischer Störsignale. Komponierte Klänge entwickeln sich zu dekonstruierten Rhythmen. Im Salon kulminieren Sound, Körper und Maschine zu einer vielschichtigen Assemblage. Das Duo hÄK / Danzeisen komponiert Sounds mit Schlagzeug und Modularsynthesizer. Eine Ansammlung von Kabeln, Schaltkreisen und Resonanzkörpern verbindet Mensch und Maschine. Tot Onyx erzeugt durch Noise, Körper und Stimme Zustände der Negation, Rebellion, Destruktion und des Détournement. Der Perkussionist Adam Golebiewski produziert durch detaillierte und zugleich lautstarke Schläge eine unbehagliche Nähe. Panty Paradise ist die queer-transbian art machine. Die Künstler:innen arrangieren Samples aus Zeichentrickfilmen mit progressiver Clubmusik. DJ DTLV Doom  verarbeitet Störsignale zu hochfrequentierten Rhythmen mit maximaler Distortion.

hÄK / Danzeisen (Berlin)

One must imagine hÄK / Danzeisen as a man-machine apparatus. A collection of cables, resonating bodies and restless limbs that together question all routines. Who overthrow conventional role of instruments and explore the possibilities of a new sound language. Bernd Norbert Würtz alias hÄK operates modular synthesizers, self-soldered circuits and control knobs. Philipp Danzeisen plays a drum kit enhanced with triggers and sensors. These two poles are connected to an interdependent whole in which a constant musical dialogue takes place. The dependencies within this system have been meticulously defined by hÄK / Danzeisen: Drum rolls and sound modulations are interconnected in such a way that there is no contradiction between the strict technological structure and the creative outburst that is possible at any time.

Tot Onyx (Berlin)

Tot Onyx is the new solo project of Tommi Tokyo of the Japanese duo group A. Formed in 2012, group A have pushed the boundaries of what a concert can entail, incorporating disciplines such as performance art, body art, and live painting along with noise and sound art. Their live performances are always evolving, but what remains constant is an essence of experimentation. The group’s frequent collaborations with visual artists, dancers, media, artists, and scenographers of different practices is one of the crucial processes in Tokyo’s experimentation both of sound and performance.

Adam Golebiewski (Poznań, Poland)

Adam Golebiewski is an experimental musician, composer and musicologist who uses drums and self-made objects to explore the basic characteristics of sound: volume, timbre, register and time, as well as their relationship to the performer’s body. He has performed and recorded with many artists, such as Yoko Ono, Thurston Moore, Kevin Drumm, Fred Lonberg-Holm, Mats Gustafsson, Ken Vandermark, John Edwards, Sharif Sehnaoui, Mazen Kerbaj, Pierre Jodlowski among many others.

Panty Paradise (Munich)

Panty Paradise „queer-transbian art machine“ are Veronica Burnuthian and Aelita Le Quément. Both artists know each other from the Academy of Fine Arts Munich and work as a duo since 2022. They paint together with oil, acrylic and spray cans, produce digital works, zines, videos and music. They play with analog synthesizers and drum machines and make electronic music. They use samples from cartoons, coupled with atmospheric noise and complex beats.

DTLV Doom (Munich)

Der Taxi Salon wird diesen Monat von Johannes Kuhn kuratiert. Er ist Teil des Import Export und Mitbetreiber des BEEK in Hamburg. 



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