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Institut für Feinmotorik

*1997, Basel (CH)

50 Skulpturen – Achsenbaum (2011)

Radiostück (Produktion SWR)

Institut für Feinmotorik created 50 aural, physically intangible sculptures with their instrument, the OCTOGRAMMOTICUM, which consists of eight primed turntables with DJ technology. The work’s concept allows for the ability of creating continuously new versions from the sculptures. Achsenbaum is one of these versions.

 

 


Event Weekend

 Saturday, October 5, 2013

6.25–6.40p.m., Lecture Performance by Florian Meyer (DE) and Daniel van den Eijkel (CH/DE) of Institut für Feinmotorik
The Institut für Feinmotorik wrote a computer-supported application which can be operated via the interface IRMAT. The focus is on the aspect of artistic limitation in relation to artistic licence.

7–8p.m., Round Table with Johannes Kreidler, Florian Meyer, Daniel van den Eijkel, Amadis Brugnoni IMRAT, Host: Marion Saxer
Artistic strategies at the end of postmodernism, across new technologies and visions of the future will be discussed.

9.45p.m., Concert by Florian Meyer and Daniel van den Eijkel of Institut für Feinmotorik
The 50 auditory, physically not tangible sculptures can be combined into forever new versions. For URBAN SOUNDS one adaptation will be directed through the IRMAT interface.

http://institut-fuer-feinmotorik.net/

Events:
Urban Sounds
Urban Sounds