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Femretters grill-bonanza og SAM AUINGER & BRUCE ODLAND (O+A): BERGEN R1 - Resonansinstallasjon.
Culture Club har opparbeidet seg et godt ry for sine månedlige arrangementer, hvor byens billigste tapas serveres live foran et sultent publikum. Nå settes de eminente kokkene på prøve med en femretters grill-bonanza.

LYDGALLERIET presenterer, i samarbeid med Bergen Kunsthall:
SAM AUINGER & BRUCE ODLAND (O+A): BERGEN R1 - Resonansinstallasjon.

STED: Utenfor Bergen Kunsthall
TID: 30. juli kl 1900
PERIODE: 30. juli - 26. September
FILMVISNING og introduksjon med Sam Auinger 30. juli kl 2100 på LANDMARK
LINK: http://www.o-a.info/

For å delta på matkalaset koster det: 180,-

Meny: 19:30-22:00

* Portvinsmarinért melon med serranoskinke
* Grillet fersk fisk med grønn salat og asparges
* Grillet lam med krydret couscous og myntesaus
* Gazpacho

Vegetar:
* Portvinsmarinert melon med røkt ost
* Grillet camembert med tomat og søt rødløk
* Grillet portobellosopp med ricotta og myntefyll, servert med couscous og grønn salat

Dessert:
* Grillet nektarin med pistasjekrem og knust drops

Til uskyldige 180 kroner får du ubegrenset tilgang til hele menyen. Vi selger også enkeltretter, til dem som skulle ønske det.

Det hele vil foregå på forsiden av Bergen Kunsthall hvor det vil bli snurret plater av Frode og Axel, våre nye hus-DJer. Forhåpentligvis vil det bli en mild sommerkveld!
Kle deg etter forholdene og blir det dårlig vær, flytter vi arrangementet inn på Landmark.

Se opp for musikalske overraskelser!

Velkommen.

(Kom ikke for seint, da du kan gå glipp av maten)

Since 1989 Sam Auinger and Bruce Odland( O+A) have been researching the
properties of sound in urban spaces. In their installations they react to
the soundscape of public spaces with subtle acoustic transformations, thus
changing the way a place is perceived.

The artistic method O+A developed to transform urban sounds in realtime,
is based on the principle of „resonance“. The main tool for doing this is
a „tuning tube“ placed at a selected spot within the urban sound
environment. It is creating an overtone series through sympathetic
resonance.... harmonic intervals are emphasized while background noise is
suppressed.

Despite their musical transformation, distinctive sounds and noises
characteristic of the urban environment remain recognizable - emergency
vehicle sirens, the deep throb of trucks, dogs barking and human voices
all retain their unmistakable character.

The sound is transmitted to a „cube“ loudspeaker which broadcasts back the
transformed sound in realtime into the urban environment. Constructed out
of cement, impervious to weather, too heavy to lift, this "cube" is ideal
for long term outdoor installations. With it´s downward facing speaker it
broadcasts uniformly in all directions and therefore couples with the
environment of the site in a unique way. The „cube“ is placed at a
location where it can speak to architecture and social use of that site.

It's not just the sound; the whole situation is altered and "retuned",
when perceived through a harmonically altered soundscape, all it´s
architectural, social, and visual aspects of urban life at site.

Sam Auinger
is an sound artist, composer and philosopher dealing extensively with the
subjects of composition, computer music, psycho acoustics, sound design
and society.

In 1989 he and Bruce Odland founded O+A to develop a “Hearing Perspective”
of the world we live in. Their projects include Garten der Zeitraume (Ars
Electronica 1990, Linz), Traffic Mantra (at Trajan’s Forum in Rome, 1991),
Balance (Sonambiente, Berlin 1996), Box 30/70 (2000-…, Siemens, Berlin),
Blue Moon (New Sounds New York, 2004), Requiem for fossil fuels (Ear to
the Earth festival, NYC, 2007), “my eyes. . . my ears. . . “ (Ear to the
Earth, NYC, 2009). Permanent Sound installations of O+A can be found in
the US and Europe.

Auinger is also a founding member of "Stadtmusik" along with fellow
Berlin based composer Hannes Strobl and media artist Dietmar Offenhuber.
Stadtmusik’s multi-media pieces focus on the sonic structures generated by
the built environment. Their work has been shown extensively at
international venues.

Auinger’s body of work has received numerous prizes and awards. In 1997 he
was invited to the DAAD Berlin Artist-in-Residence program. In 2002 he
became the youngest artist to receive the Kultur Preis der Stadt Linz. He
received the SKE Publicity Preis in 2007. In 2009 he received the Berlin
atelier at Citè International des Arts in Paris and in 2010 he was named
as the first "StadtKlangKünstler” Bonn 2010.

Auinger is Visiting Professor at the University of the Arts in Berlin and
runs the Department of Experimental Sound Design Master's Program.



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