Artists

German

Jasmine Guffond & Ilan Katin. Unpool, part I/II. 2020

Jasmine Guffond is an artist and composer working at the interface of social, political and technical infrastructures. Her practice spans live performance, recording, sound installation and custom-made browser add-ons. Through sonification of data she addresses the potential for sound to engage with contemporary political questions. Recent projects employed digital technologies and the aesthetisation of data as a means of fostering discussion around contemporary discussions, as well as, producing experimental audio works.

Ilan Katin is a visual artist specialized in non-figurative drawings and data visualisation. He has been working with Jasmine Guffond to develop live visual artworks for many years. As of 2018, Ilan Katin has been involved with the blockchain art community and is affirmative of newest methods for digital processing.

Arnold Haberl. Shower Song. 2020

The composer, sound-artist, cello player and improviser noid /aka Arnold Haberl sees his work as fundamental research leading to a wide range of contradictory outcome that ranges from cello-solo performance and tape-pieces to compositions for ensembles, improvisation scores or performances with electronic or hybrid instruments,  from sound-installations to videos and imaginary music. He contributed as a programmer for the freeware “ppooll” (ppooll.klingt.org) and the online performance platform https://echoraeume.klingt.org/.

wechselstrom. LIQUID POOL. 2020

The artist duo wechselstrom deals with the peripheral areas of art at the interfaces to sociology, communication science and technology.
Founded as project in 2004 by Christoph Theiler and Renate Pittroff, both are located in Vienna’s 16th district. This is also where the off space “gallery wechselstrom”, which is used as a working, temporary exhibition and performance space, has its home. Designing works for theatre and radio play wechselstrom are active in the interdisciplinary fields of sound installation, media art and social sculpture.

Alois Yang. Micro Loop Macro Cycle. 2018

Alois Yang’s work investigates the perception of time and space on the “outer” physical world, and the “inner” metaphysical levels of awareness. The overlapping realities between body and mind, objective explanation and subjective projection, analogue and digital, certainty and unknown manifest within his technical and experimental explorations of sound.

This contribution is a preview for CLUB RADIOKOJE 2021.

Alex Zehtbauer. aquatic yodeling, no. 1-5. 2020

Alex Franz Zehtbauer is a singer, sonic choreographer, and performance artist. His works are centered around the voice as an agent of dance, often placing its aqueous body in uncanny or overwhelming structures.

Das Erste Ottakringer Blockflötengewitter. Wespen. 2020

Das Erste Ottakringer Blockflötengewitter proves that not everything you learned in childhood was meaningless. The art of the recorder is revived in a new form by this ensemble who has teamed-up with a Gameboy. You can literally see the dust being blown off old traditions.