Pravidelný nedělní večer věnovaný experimentální hudbě. Tentokrát ve formě workshopu se Zosia Hołubowska ve znamení „cheap and weird“. Budeme si vyměňovat tips and hacks pro dosažení nečekaných zvuků, experimentovat s potenciálně nízkým rozpočtem na tvorbu a zkoušet kytarové efekty, free software, či práci s terénními nahrávkami. Vytvoříme nečekaný zvukový prostor! Počet účastníků workshopu je omezen na 10. Své přihlášky prosím posílejte na firstname.lastname@example.org. Vstup volný.
Cheap and Weird
The workshop is a follow up on the two past workshop introducing working with hardware. This time we will open up the pace to exchange tips and hacks for unexpected sounds. We will talk about how to experiment with sound on low-budget. We will use guitar effects, free software and work with field recordings and see how we can alter them using less popular functions in popular software. I have no idea what will come out of it but hopefully, we will create an unexpected sound space!
The workshop is a part of Sounds Queer? the project, aiming at creating a queer synthesizer laboratory and a queer safer space through electronic and computer music. SQ? is happy to visit Brno! Workshops prioritize femme, women, afab, non-binary, trans, queer folks but everyone is welcome as long as they are willing to reflect upon their own privileges (how easy it is for them to gain this kind of knowledge, how often do they speak/ reach out to teach the gear first) and take a step back to create more space for others.
Workshop will be guided in English.
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THERE ARE 10 PLACES AT THE WORKSHOP! PLEASE REGISTER VIA email@example.com.
Zosia Hołubowska is an electronic musician, sound artist, and music activist, self identified as a non-binary person. They have been experimenting with traditional ways of singing, noise and drone machines, synthesizers to create performative sound landscapes, that explore querness and magic. Other projects they have been involved in as a musician oscillate between post punk (Prison), cold wave (Fallow Ground) and synth pop (Wilcze Jagody), that extensively toured Europe and Australia. Music has also been the core of their queer activism, ranging from holding music workshops (Sounds Queer?) to supporting queer and feminist bands by organizing tours, concerts and releasing records (Collective Tantrums). Most recently they have been curating and coordinating a queer synth laboratory Sounds Queer?, thanks to Kultur Gemma grant, where they organize, facilitate and run workshops on electronic and synthesizer music for women, queer and non-binary people in a femnist hacker space Mz. Baltazar’s Laboratory, in the 20th district of Vienna. Their latest music solo project Mala Herba interprets traditional Polish and Ukrainina songs and magic rituals and filters them through synthesizers, creating a dark, dancy performance. Currently they are a PhD Fellow at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Their artistic research explores the relationships between sound and queer safer spaces. The latter is understood as performative, which methodologically situates their research in queer theory. Holubowska is interested in queer musicology, drawing from performative theory, queer phenomenology, and feminist and post-colonial approaches to ethnomusicology. They explore archives of traditional Eastern European music, as well as traditions of magic, herbalism and demonology and engage them in sound-scapes, performances and installations. Knowledge created through this artistic experiments is engaged in various music workshops, that are a very important element of the artist’s practice. Hołubowska has performed in Mumok (Austria), Gugenheim Museum (Spain); their last sound installation was shown at the Research Pavilion in Venice (Italy).