Fixateur Externe – Ü! UAI! Sound-poetic, meta-linguistic, traces: (S)experimental impro-vision, word pictures, sound layers, dream shards, opening microdimensions… Vibrations, Sensitive Waves, Post-Vibrations …, dream-shards (comma),… Ü! Ű from panyiga ü! Sound Poetry & performance art as well with effects and loops, from homemade musical instruments to traditional folk instruments (zither, cowbell) that he played on a special shamanic way (with horse tooth and bones). Rovar17 is responsible for the music, while Zopán Nagy using the mic(s)..
The phenomenon of Rovar17 (Insect17 in English) was born 31st of August 2002, what is basically Kálmán Pongrácz’s solo project, but different kinds of collaboration often occur with musicians, visual artists, performers as well as theater, so Rovar17 is a member of several bands as ParaNoiZ, Royal Hungarian Noisemakers or the Százaségő was (from 2013 to 2015). The music is made by audio collage technique, which rejects the traditional sound system, harmony, melody, even rhythm, and creates compositions from inconsistent and untempered sounds, noises. The source is natural or electronic, but the most preferred is the inclusion of human voices. This act has already seen more than 350 concerts and performances, and has played all across Hungary, in Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom and the United States of America.
Zopán Nagy is a poet, photographer and artist. A spiritual man with wide-ranging knowledge and sophistication. Like a man of paradoxes – he screws one more thing: as if try to take a photo of Hell in Heaven. He follows his own ghostly visions. It fuses and provokes the chance. Intensive philosophy and imagination-attention are the motivates – just like his poems – he constantly reflects on himself in the works. His mystical involvement exists in philosophical paradoxes. (Tibor Miltényi)
Nomen est omen bei Circuitnoise – in den entlegensten Schaltkreisen findet Jens Rosenfeld noch Sound. Er erkundet das weite Feld der zufälligen Störsignale durch elektronische Geräte aus unserer alltäglichen Umgebung. Mathematische und physikalische Zufälle und Entscheidungsverhalten von komplexen Systemen beeinflussen die Soundgenerierung. Musikalisch bewegt das Projekt sich zwischen Noise, Sound Art und Live-Elektronik. circuitnoise.de
31.10.2019, doors open at 20:00, starts at 20:30
Admission 7 Euros
INM – Institut für Neue Medien, Schmickstraße 18, 60314 Frankfurt am Main
Entrance is on the right side of the building, then go all the way to the top.