Oberlintner/Puntar & Šebjanič/Hiršenfelder/Ristić


In the next event, we are bringing together FriForma and FriFormA\V cycles with 5 performaces by 5 female artists, all dealing with different extra-sound or multi-media events. In the first part we will hear solos from Ida Hiršenfelder and Robertina Šebjanič of the infamous Theremidi Orchestra, followed by serbian musician Manja Ristić. All three authors, dealing with sound and linking it with fields of geography and/or biology, will continue as a trio with a short improvisation. In the second part, illustrator Katja Oberlintner and vocalist and composer Ina Puntar will premiere their work on Lewis Carroll's novel Alice in Wonderland, audio-visual composition, this time joined by live improvisation duo of both authors.

Programme Schedule:

.Ida Hiršenfelder
Morphogenesis – Foam, solo, sound composition, 10 min.

Robertina Šebjanič
Dark drops (Lygophilia), solo, sound composition, 10 min.

Manja Ristić solo
Črni otok / The Black Isle, solo, sound composition, 10 min.

Trio Ida, Robertina, Manja
Sounds of the Earthsea / Zvoki z Zemljemorja (20 min impro)
Ida Hiršenfelder
Morphogenesis – foam
Dynamic procedures using half-modular synthesizers, computer sounds and landscape structures. Dynamic of liquids is regulated by self-organized system. The sound is not created, it is founds - like in modular synthesis in which the instruments have their own self-organising principal.

.Robertina Šebjanič
Dark drops (Lygophilia)
The sound of the water dropping in caves has a strong presence: it breaks the silence. Those little transmit information about the living conditions from above and deeply into the cave, being both a source of food for biological life and the construction material for the geological structures. The audio recordings used for the composition are from field recording with hydrphone at Planina Lake and Zelške cave.

Manja Ristić
Crni otok / The Black Isle
is the series by Manja Ristić inspired by the island of Korčula & evolving from a permanent sound mapping of the island’s locale. Works are shaped through performance art, sound art, installation, digital & interactive art & visual art implications such are photo & graphic scores.

Trio Ida, Robertina, Manja
Sounds of the Earthsea / Zvoki z Zemljemorja (20 min impro)

Ina Puntar & Katja Oberlintner: Alica, audio-visual performance

This is not quite the first collaboration of Ina Puntar (voice, composition) and Katja Oberlintner (illustration, composition), who will premiere their vision of Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll on 12th of November. For their piece Alice, authors were researching several literal, philosophic and artistic works, linked to the novel, and combined them with their own questions of identity, transformation, time, non/sense etc. Alice is an audio-visual composition, but will be performed with elements of live improvisation – both musical and visual, on this event.

Entrance fee: 5€


Katja Oberlintner

Ina Puntar

Ida Hiršenfelder

Ida Hiršenfelder (beepblip) is a sound artist and archivist. She makes immersive bleepy psychogeographical soundscapes with analogue electronics, DIY and modular synths, field recordings and computer manipulations. She is interested in bioacoustics, experimental music and sound spatialisation. She is a member of the Jata C group for bioacoustics and sound ecologies. Her solo albums Noise for Strings, Vol. 1 (2019) and Noise for Strings, Vol. 2 (2020) were published by the Kamizdat label. She studied Sonology at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague (2021–23).

Web: https://beepblip.org/ 

Sound: https://beepblip.bandcamp.com/

Manja Ristić

Robertina Šebjanič

Robertina Šebjanič is an artist/researcher whose work explores the biological, (geo)political, and cultural realities of aquatic environments and the impact of humanity on other organisms. In her analysis of the Anthropocene and its theoretical framework, the artist uses the terms "aquatocene" and "aquaforming" to refer to the human impact on aquatic environments. Her work received several awards and nominations at Prix Ars Electronica, Starts Prize, Falling Walls, Re:Humanism a.o.
More: https://robertina.net/

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