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f l u c t u a t i o n s
6. Mai 2019 @ 19:30 - 21:30
Franciszek Araszkiewicz – electromagnetic fields
Michael Fischer – saxophone, violin
Music for tenor saxophone, violin (Michael Fischer) and electromagnetic fields (Franciszek Araszkiewicz). With Fischer’s use of extended techniques and feedback system as well as Araszkiewicz’s electronics governed by real-time scanning of electromagnetic fields and brainwave activity the performance shows the timbral variety of this unique instrumentation: from noise and drone structures to ambient sounds. ‚fluctuations‘ was a.o. appreciated conclusion of AudioArtFestival in Krakow, 2017.
Franciszek Araszkiewicz creates instrumental, vocal-instrumental, electroacoustic and audio-visual compositions as well as interactive installations, in addition to conceptual art and film music. Studied composition at the Academy of Music in Krakow (2009-2013 under direction of Krzysztof Knittel, 2013-2015 in class of Marcel Chyrzyński). Currently continues his PhD studies in field of composition at Academy of Music in Krakow. His works have been performed at, among other, International Electroacoustic Music Festival Musica Electronica Nova 2015, the 27th 26th International Festival of Kraków Composers (2015,2014), Festival Audio Art (2015, 2014, 2011), AXES Triduum Muzyki Nowej (2012), Festival Kultura 2012 in Warsaw as well as Athens Video Art Festival 2013 (with Anna Petelenz).
Michael Fischer works on the speech immanence of sounds on saxophone, violin, soundscapes and conducted instant compositions. In 1999 he started implementing the electro-acoustic phenomenon feedback, developing the feedback_saxophone, based on a non-effect, analog set-up. Exploring the common grounds and images of articulation and sound, he worked with significant artists in experimental movie, opart, conceptual art, visual poetry such as Marc Adrian, Dmitri Prigow, Eileen Standley or Gerhard Rühm and has ongoing extensive collaborations with writers in experimental poetry. In 2004 he launched the Vienna Improvisers Orchestra; as instant composition conductor, he also works with int. with large ensembles/choir, f.i. for festival Wien Modern. He has collaborated with John Edwards, Mark Sanders, Felicity Provan, Hilary Jeffery, Atsuhiro Ito a.m.o. and with early key-figures in improvised music Irene Schweizer, William Parker, Denis Charles or Burton Greene. He performs in Europe, Libanon, Japan, the USA and Canada within contexts of new music, improvised music and noise Michael Fischer gives guest-lectures at Newcastle Univ./UK, Univ. f. Applied Arts/A, Univ. for Architecture/FL, Seiwa College/J, Conservat. Sup. Vigo/E, Goethe Inst. Palermo/I a.o.