Posts Tagged ‘QUOTA;UNQUOTA’


June 25th, 2013


K77 / Salon Bruit
Berlin – DE


A new monthly series for 2013 to be held at K77 curated by Philip Morris in collaboration with Salon Bruit & Audition Records as associated curators & promoters | Jérémie Pujau: video-documentation | Julian Bonequi: project manager

This series are focused on exploring the input/output of the homogametic sex. Artists performing solos from a wide range of conceptual backgrounds.
Always the third friday!

QUOTA;UNQUOTA.05 | 12.07.2013

is a percussionist,  an experimental producer and DJ, and on air personality. She has more than twenty year of experience organizing and promoting alternative music events. She practices plagiarism and the cutting and mixing of musical and ambiental aural sources. Early in her career she started focusing on the use of voices and on vocal metalinguism, focalizing on her personal practice of “cuttingandslicing” and on rhythm patterns obtained through an improper use of her tools of the trade (cdjs, cd player, md, me mixer). Through the years her percussion set morphed into a hybrid encompassing a dj booth, a radio dj one, a microphone station for electroacustic experiments, and a mnemonic butcher’s slab. She is a founding member of performing music units such as Jealousy Party, Semerssuaq, The Secretaries and Sistemi Audiofobici Burp. She is the director of the music label Burp Publications.

“I believe in Noise as a richer musical source than tones. I want to reveal the physicality of the piano as a dirty monster. I expect the audience to shiver with me thanks to the vibes from inside the piano. Music as a channel for the exchange of fluids and energies in the most direct way possible. The piano is not an instrument but a partner that helps me express the unspeakable.

I feel I want to get absorbed by and take the audience into the noise (as I feel when I listen to some concerts by others) and a wall of sound where you cannot really distinguish the sources of the sound, where everything is melting into an impossible cry, when you feel like many voices are screaming but there are no voices, when you come into trance and you begin to get sonic hallucinations, when your body shakes from the extreme loudness and power of the basses, when music is liberating destruction. Of course these words are strong and it is probably an utopia to get there but I want to believe in it and work harder to slowly move in this direction.”

HEAR [ar080] ANAÏS TUERLINCKX | The Broken Piano

Born in Bogotá, Colombia in 1976. Studied Composition at Los Andes University. Her work has been played in several concert halls in Colombia, Venezuela, Mexico, United States, Europe, China and India and have also been played by many different soloists and chamber ensembles as Tambuco. Her work “Palíndromos” got an honorific mention at the Third Latin-American Harp Encounter in Venezuela. In 2003 she was granted an Artistic Residence at the Multimedia Center in the National Center for the Arts, in Mexico City, where she lived since 2001.

Resident artist at Tokyo Wonder Site in 2012. Since 2008 she works with SuperCollider, programming and improvising music. She is constantly creating projects at the Multimedia Center in Cenart Mexico, with the support of Robotics and Audio Workshops. Her work focuses on experimentation using live electronics, improvisation, creation of controllers and interfaces and livecoding. Currently studies at Universität der Künste Berlin (UdK).


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