TRONDHEIM KULTURNATT: KONSERT @ THE ATMOSPHERICS 9!
Jeremy Welsh & Trond Lossius’ lyd- og videoinstallasjon “Atmospherics 9” i TEKS.studio er arena for konserten hvor musikerne og lydkunstnerne Magdaléna Manderlová (elektronikk) og Michael Francis Duch (kontrabass) improviserer over installasjonen.
Magdaléna Manderlová og Michael Duch spiller hvert sitt sett på ca 30 min. Jeremy Welsh supplerer settene med en “live” videomiks.
The Atmospherics er støttet av Norsk Kulturråd, Billedkunstnernes Vederlagsfond, Trondheim Kommune, Bergen Kommune og BEK – Bergen senter for elektronisk kunst.
TRONDHEIM CULTURAL NIGHT: CONSERT @ THE ATMOSPHERICS 9!
Jeremy Welsh & Trond Lossius’ sound and video installation “Atmospherics 9” at TEKS.studio is the arena for the concert where the musicians and sound artists Magdaléna Manderlová (electronics) og Michael Francis Duch (contrabass) improvise over the installation.
Magdaléna Manderlová og Michael Duch plays one set each at about 30 mins. Jeremy Welsh supplies the sets with a live video mix.
The Atmospherics series is supported by Arts Council Norway, Billedkunstnernes Vederlagsfond, Trondheim municipality, Bergen municipality and BEK – Bergen center for electronic arts.
MAGDALÉNA MANDERLOVÁ (b. 1991 in Czech Republic) currently lives and works in Trondheim, Norway. With a crossover background in fine arts and music, her work has an overall focus on sound. She bases her practice in continuous field investigations, grounded in the listening practices and acoustic ecology. Her projects evolve in site-specific sound installations, field recordings, writings on sound or performances. She is involved within several music projects and bands.
MICHAEL FRANCIS DUCH (1978) was born and raised in Trondheim, Norway, and plays the double bass.
Duch is a member of the The Young Academy of Norway.
He completed his project “Free Improvisation – Method and Genre” as research-fellow at the University of Trondheim (NTNU) late October 2010, where he has been doing research on Free Improvisation and the use of Improvisation in Experimental Music.
He has been involved in about 70 recordings released in various formats, and has played solo-concerts various places in Norway and Sweden, and also Reykjavik, Athens, Madrid, Vienna, Glasgow, Huddersfield and London.
Michael Francis Duch plays in a trio with Rhodri Davies and John Tilbury, the improvquartet LEMUR with Bjørnar Habbestad, Hild Sofie Tafjord and Lene Grenager and various other constellations. Other collaborations include Pauline Oliveros, Mats Gustafsson, AMM, Christian Wolff, Tony Conrad, Joëlle Léandre, amongst others.