Together with a great collection of other installation works Pluvial is part of the Lost Art Festival at an abandoned substation / Umspannwerk in Reinickendorf Berlin from the 24th – 26th of September.
9 Days 8 Nights
ZOSSENER STRASSE 34, HH, KREUZBERG, BERLIN
Sadly the public space installation was canceled by Deutsche Bahn, now at Alte Münze Foyer a solo electro-acoustic string-drum horn is chanting indoors in a windless-single channel version of the work.
An invitation to an online event through “Vierte Welt” Berlin. There will be a joint screening followed by a short talk. Please join with a comfortable screen and nice headphones.
Opening September 6th 6pm
B-Part Am Gleisdreieck
Luckenwalder Straße 6b
Duration: Sept. 7th – Oct.12th
Opening hours: Wed-Sat, 2-6 pm
curated by LOOP – RAUM FÜR AKTUELLE KUNST / Rüdiger Lange
Opening Juli 19th 16h
at the Institute of Atomic and Subatomic Physics of the TU Vienna Stadionallee 2 1020 Vienna
new site-specific sonic experiment with differently tuned aeolian ‘string-drum-horns’ part of Sono-Choreographic-Collective
A paper by Kerstin Ergenzinger appears in the current print edition of Leonardo Magazine. The article ‘Nubis et Nuclei: A Study on Noise and Precision’ describes the research and development of what would later become her work Pluvial.
Volume 52 | Issue 1 | February 2019
Artist Talk by Kerstin Ergenzinger: Acts of Orientation – on sonic surroundings and tactile rhythms & Book presentation by Julia Eckhardt (ed.):Grounds for Possible Music: on gender, voice, language, and identity, Errant Bodies Press 2018
Tuesday, November 20th 19:30h
Based on investigations on how to orientate oneself at the borderline of noise and signal (e.g. the installation “Navigating Noise“) and on the just released interdisciplinary publication “Navigating Noise” (ed. Nathanja van Dijk, Kerstin Ergenzinger, Sebastian Schwesinger and Christian Kassung), the Salon “Acts of Orientation” questions as well the notion of rhythm as a middle force between regularity and chaos as the role of gaps and lines in orientation processes such as sensing, recording, reconstructing, translating and interpreting.