Martina Raponi

Noiserr Feat. Broshuda
Schulterplayy Remixed

7 May 2019, 7:30 pm
Westwerk (Event in English)

Martina Raponi/Noiserr presents the research work she is producing for HAMBURG MASCHINE. Her work Schulterplayy is an investigation on algorithmic music consumption and mapping of music habits and taste on the Schulterblatt in the city of Hamburg. On this occasion, for Noiserr Feat. Broshuda - Schulterplayy Remixed the algorithmic and constrained side of the Schulterplayy's sound harvest will find its counterpoint in the exclusive remix by Broshuda.

Broshuda, cross-pollinating a wide textural range of influences, incorporates in his music elements of sound art, electroacoustic techniques, processed spoken word and field recording excursions, as well as more rhythmically oriented and beat-heavy pieces. Though kaleidoscopically varied, the work is held together by a playful sense of experimentation and a willingness to explore new directions of sound through an experimental approach and the use of changing production techniques to expand and further his already broad sonic palette.

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AnneMarie Maes


since 1 May 2019 until 31 July 2020
Golden Pavilion, Entenwerder 1, 20539 Hamburg
at opening times of the Golden Pavilion

Next to the pontoon of the Golden Pavilion in Entenwerder seven big pile moorings are standing in the Elbe river. They break the ice and save the pontoon in winter times. AnneMarie Maes installs on top of the piles her special sculpture ElbeBees with a living organism of a bee population. Since years Maes dedicates her artistic research to the disappearing of the honeybee. Her newly developed beehive is digitally enhanced and situated identical in construction in Hamburg and on the roof garden beside Maes laboratory in Brussels. An artistic-scientific research project originates in Hamburg visualizing the fusion of sustainability, bio-diversity and art in an aesthetic manner.
In the Golden Pavilion an exhibition shows video, audio, and climate recordings form the two beehives of both beehives and background material of their production.

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