VISUAL HALLUCINATION / AUDITORY HALLUCINATION (UNREPEATABLE PROJECT) BY TOMAŽ GROM
A totally unique night of artists taking traditional bowed instruments into far reaches of sound art and noise, multi-media interactivity and expanded cinema. Performing are:
Tomaž Grom, concert bass/multi-media conceptual art (Slovenia)
Eric Ostrowski, violin/expanded 16mm projection (Seattle)
Liz Meredith, violin/viola and analogue tape (Baltimore)
When: August 16, 2016 at 9 p.m.
Where: The Red Room at Normals Books and Records, 425 E 31st Street, Baltimore MD 21218 USA
More information: http://redroom.org/tomaz-gromeric-ostrowskiliz-meredith/
Neponovljivo (Unrepeatable) is a musical instrument, which consists of recorded musical sequences performed by different musicians developing their individual musical language. It is a derivative of a music group which appeared for the first time under the name of “Privid, prisluh” (Audiovisual illusion) and is now continuously multiplying. The musician can make music by selecting the source, defining volume and randomness, which generates a continuous and unrepeatable composition. “Privid, prisluh” is a continuously evolving creation, combining original and live music. It is taking place at the intersection of technologically processed contemporary sonority and the elementarity of digitized clean sounds. It is a meeting place of the absent technologically reproduced performers and the immediate presence of the live musician in a concert context. It is a confrontation space of spontaneous solo performance and the subsequent structuring of individual musical presences, joined by a musician as a real presence in live performance.