Dienstag | 25.09.18  
Vergangene Show
TBA   (Tür 20:00)
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Spektrum | Bürknerstraße 12, 12047 Berlin, Germany

Blacklodge, Ernesto Cárcamo Cavazos, Samuel Hertz # 494
> Doors: 19:30
> Start time: 20:00
> Entrance: 6-10 € (up to your offer)
Blacklodge, Ernesto Cárcamo Cavazos, Samuel Hertz – Blacklodge: Improvised Set; Cavazos: „Conejo“; Hertz: „Beachfront Property (all the excess bits)“
Blacklodge will be performing an improvised electronic piece on his eurorack modular synthesizer system, focusing on timbre and rhythm to create sonic worlds to step inside of. Cavazos presents Conjeo: structured improvisation of processed synthesizer Part of a series of audio-visual works, Hertz’s ‚Beachfront Property‘ explores ramifications of anthropogenic climate change through processed field recordings, synthesized audio, and strobing video.
Blacklodge is an experimental electronic composer from Washington, DC. Using modular synthesizers, the composition of Blacklodge is an exploration of sound, timbre and groove as an exercise in the expansion of intuition and imagination, creating an otherworldly yet organic soundscape.
Ernesto Cárcamo Cavazos is a composer and guitarist of contemporary acoustic and electronic sounds, born in 1987 in Mexico City. His current focus is on microtonal timbre construction and aggressive spatialization by means of digital processes on acoustic and electronic instruments. The end results can become subjective sonic narratives that present the familiar source of the instrument and carry the audience through complex transformations, giving rise to unexpected sonorities and experiences that are spatially dependent and timbrally unique from the original source.
Samuel Hertz is a Berlin-based sound artist and researcher working at intersections of Earth-based sound and psychoacoustics. Recent work includes a commission by the Macerata Opera Festival, and IMAX film at the National Science + Media Museum, as well as lectures as UK and US academic institutions. His work focuses on the notion of environmental sensuality, proposing sound as a vector for understanding with greater nuance the varied, hidden, and long-scale effects of a changing climate.