Premiere of the composition commission "Gravity Beats" and "Grid Vortex"
a man drum. a rave
a woman. drum. a rave
a cat. drum. a rave
The third edition of VOYAGE 3D premieres two new commissioned works for drums and electronics by the multi-percussionist and other stage performer David Panzl. "The Grid Vortex" and "Gravity Beats" tremble through delicate timestretching of rhythms in a minimalist maelstrom.
The scores themselves seem like gigantic picture puzzles that find their counterpart in an ecstatic-static choreography and three-dimensional projections between sparseness and playfulness, mathematical simplicity and rushing rave.
The interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary performance and workshop series VOYAGES at the interface of choreography, composition and media art takes place in the outskirts of Vienna and serves as an urban and cultural reflection and projection surface. In Seestadt, where the Aspern airfield was once located and today a district for over 40,000 people, rhythm as an urban tempo, as a reflection of rapid change, as a narrative of identification, as the familiar and the foreign, is the vehicle for artistic abstractions. VOYAGES wants to intoxicate and transport you to other, virtual worlds and is an invitation to speculative fiction.
David Panzl | Composition, percussion, performance
Brigitte Wilfing | choreography, performance
Sophia Hörmann | dance, performance
Jorge Sanchez-Chiong | electronics, performance
TE-R [lens bolt/car summerer] | projection environment, performance
andother stage - transdisciplinary assembly for choreographic composition and artistic research - is not the longing for another stage, but for slipping and meandering between the rooms and discourses, regardless of whether it's the kitchen table or the big stage. An appropriation of artistic research to encourage other ways of working and forms of encounter. The focus is on the process and its nature. Works are formed from it as by-products - as a temporary formulation of precise decisions, from which we as travelers return to the pulse of research, in which we never stop being curious.
2019 by choreographer Brigitte Wilfing and composer Jorge Sánchez-Chiong, in collaboration with media art collective TE-R. In cooperation with seeLab and mediaOpera. Funded by MA7 Musik, BKA, ske. more information: https://vimeo.com/andotherstage/about2