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Author Topic: Berlin March 14 - Rudolf Eb.er / Anthony Pateras / Stine Janvin Motland  (Read 1475 times)
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« on: March 11, 2015, 06:54:20 PM »

Saturday, March 14 at NK Berlin
(Doors open 21h, First Concert 21:30h)

Rudolf Eb.er / Runzelstirn & Gurgelstock
Rudolf Eb.er’s rites and artefacts are portals to the traumatic expanses and abysses of human existence. Regarded as psychopomp or art-brut shamanist, his trail of work leads deep down to - and through - the nethermost regions of the human psyche. Rudolf Eb.er’s research de-occults the psychic body through psycho-physical tests and trainings. He employs and combines abreactive and cleansing actionism with sonic rituals, psychoactive acoustics and close-up fieldrecordings of nature and decay, generating audio-environments into which he plants grotesque psycho-magic rituals and tantric exercises that trigger a nondual, higher awareness. Rudolf Eb.er aka Runzelstirn & Gurgelstøck founded the Schimpfluch extreme and outsider artist collective in Zürich in 1987. He lives and works in Japan since the mid-1990’s.

Anthony Pateras
Anthony Pateras (b.1979) is an Australian composer, pianist and electroacoustic musician. At the NK he will present his latest solo piano composition Blood Stretched Out.

Stine Janvin Motland
Stine Janvin Motland is a performer and composer from Stavanger, Norway. With an instrumental approach, she explores and pushes the frontiers of the natural acoustics of the voice and what a singer can, and cannot be. In 2014 Stine released two solo albums; «Ok, wow» (+3db) and «In Labour» (on Lasse Marhaug’s Pica Disk label). At THe NK she will perform the solo piece "In Labour“. Aiming to challenge the concert format and raising questions about the way one listens and perform, the concert In Labour is performed as a sort of live radio play with an abstract narrator.

DJ Thomas Ankersmit

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