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MOVING SOUNDS FESTIVAL | CONCERT
MOVING SOUNDS FESTIVAL | JOSEF KLAMMER & PAUL
TUESDAY OCT 17, 08:00 PM
Join us for the second day of this year's Moving Sounds Festival: Ars Electronica / Eyebeam Edition. On this evening the ACFNY will present Austrian artist Josef Klammer and Curated Artist by POWRPLNT: PAUL.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Josef Klammer was born in 1958 in Lienz, Austria. He is a photographer, curator, composer and drummer. As an Austrian musician and media artist, he has been continuously working on the tonal enhancement of his instrumentarium, as well as the exploration and transformation of media-immanent music potentials since the mid-1980s. Klammer has presented exhibitions, sound installations, and music projects in Vienna, Hong Kong, Seville, New York, and many other cities. He has composed music for TV and movies; radio plays and radio programs for the ORF (Austrian Broadcast Corporation); and stage music for theatre productions in Hamburg, Stuttgart, Schwerin, Gera, Ljubljana, Klagenfurt, Linz, and Graz. Klammer performs with a wide variety of ensembles playing new, improvised electronic and experimental music, and is the curator of diverse festivals and inventive music projects and workshops in schools. In 2015, he received the Award of Distinction for the project "Drumming Is an Elastic Concept" at the Ars Electronica Festival in Linz.
PAUL is the saxophone serenading pseudonym of artist Angelina Dreem. She creates space for vulnerable improvisations, using digital manipulation to inject jazz with a disembodied essence of futuristic nostalgia. Angelina Dreem is a multi-disciplinary artist, entrepreneur and activist residing in New York City. She is the founder of POWRPLNT, a digital arts nonprofit and gallery in Bushwick, Brooklyn. She works primarily in sound and has performed at Clearing Gallery, Pioneer Works, the Knockdown Center, and for NADA at Art Basel Miami. Angelina is passionate about building social frameworks to cradle the emotional fallout of technological singularity. She is a 2017 cohort of NEW INC, the New Museum led arts and tech incubator. She has spoken on panels at MoMA PS1, Livestream HQ, and at September Gallery. Past projects include the Body Actualized Center, The Science of Peace, The Rock and Roll Circus at Lincoln Center. Angelina runs an interior plant design agency called Girl Moss and is passionate about ecology, design, and social justice.
is a space where the digital arts community engages the next generation of creators. It functions as gallery space, internet lounge and an environment where people from all backgrounds may learn the skills necessary to express themselves creatively in today's networks. Organized by Angelina Dreem, Anibal Luque and Salome Asega, POWRPLNT aims to make the digital world accessible, personal and more human. www.powrplnt.org
ABOUT MOVING SOUNDS
The ACFNY's Moving Sounds Festival of music, visual media and aesthetic dialogue was founded together with Argento Ensemble in 2009. Intersecting artistic genres and breaking cultural boundaries, Moving Sounds brings together fresh works, rare pairings and contemporary approaches to music, performance and visual media, drawing from past traditions, while balancing on the cutting edge of tomorrow. The current program draws from the deep pockets of knowledge and experimentation at the juncture of art, technology and society of the renowned international institutions, Ars Electronica and Eyebeam, together with ISSUE Project Room and POWRPLNT. Moving Sounds 2017 takes place between October 15 and 21, 2017 in various locations in Brooklyn and Manhattan.