Frank Bretschneider (Berlin)
Kino Udarnik, Grajski trg 1
With »KIPPSCHWINGUNG«, Frank Bretschneider combines his never simplistic but all the more profound relationship to rhythm with the specific sound aesthetics of the Subharchord, the first analogue synthesizer, made in the 1960, in the German Democratic Republic. He uses the »rhythmisation installation« designed especially for the instrument as well as the exciting, abstract sounds, which lie exactly between noise and tone, in order to combine an almost forgotten technology with contemporary production and music-making techniques. Bretschneider’s audio-visual performance “KIPPSCHWINGUNG” produced in the frame of “SOUND EXCHANGE – experimental music cultures in Central Eastern Europe” will be a part of the opening events of the project AS WE SPEAK that was produced in collaboration with uho; oko: Institute for Art and Technology in Maribor.