Yuri Landman er hljóðfærasmiður og tónlistarmaður. Hann er staddur hér á landi til að sækja ráðstefnuna NMAC á Íslandi og mun spila tónleika í Mengi. Hann hefur meðal annars smíðað tilraunakennd hljóðfæri fyrir Lee Ronaldo, Jad Fair, Melt-Banana, dEus, Sonic Youth og fleiri. Tónlist hans er tilraunakennd og byggir á því að nota umbreytta gítara og enga gítarhljóma.
Gary Naylor og Hallvarður Ásgeirsson ætla að flytja nokkur verk sem þeir hafa unnið saman í vetur fyrir gagnvirku kvikmyndina The Moment eftir Richard Ramchurn.
Gary Naylor aka. Scrubber Fox er margmiðlunarlistamaður og vinnur mikið með myndbönd og hljóð, er með vinnustofur fyrir fjölbreyttan hóp þáttakenda, og flytur tónlist fyrir stóra og smáa hópa í Bretlandi.
Hann hefur haldið vinnustofur í Helsingor, Danmörku, Edinborgarháskóla, Leigh Turnpike gallery, Urbis, í fangelsum, bókasöfnum jafnframt því að halda fyrirlestra í skólum og háskólum. Síðan 2015 hefur hann búið til hljóð og mynd innsetningar þar sem hann beygir rafrásir í úreltum leikjatölvum og ‘video mapping’, þar sem búin er til þrívíddarmynd í sýndarveruleika.
Húsið opnar kl. 20:30 - Miðaverð er 2.000 kr.
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Yuri Landman – Solo
In 2013 Landman started collecting odd modulation stomp boxes that function as rhythm creators and looping sounds coming from a wide range of electronic sound circuits, motorized instruments, kalimbas, steel on foam, amped soda pop bottles, string instruments, on the spot found objects and his long string instrument.
Rythmic bleeps, bloops and other funny sounds.
Yuri Landman (1973) is a musician and an inventor of musical instruments. Based on prepared guitar techniques, he built his first instrument in 2001 to solve the inaccuracy of instant preparations. He has build experimental for acts such as Sonic Youth, dEUS, Melt-Banana, Rhys Chatham, Ex-Easter Island Head, Half Japanese, Kaki King.
In the past seven years he has given over 100 DIY-instrument building workshops in Europe and the US at music festivals, music academies, art academies, concert venues and art spaces. In 2012 Yuri Landman and Bart Hopkin published Nice Noise, a book about string preparations and extended techniques for guitar. In the same year he started his band Bismuth with Arnold van de Velde followed by an album in 2014 Bismuth.
Institutes such as MIM (Phoenix), Muziekgebouw aan ’t IJ, WORM, Extrapool, Sonoscopia own collections of his instruments. Articles about his work have appeared in Pitchfork, The Guardian, CNN, Libération, El País, Frankfurter Algemeine, and many others.
Doors at 20:30 - Tickets 2.000 krónur
Gary & Hallvarður will perform pieces from the interactive film The Moment which they have been collaborating on recently.
Gary Naylor aka Scrubber Fox started performing as a musician in school 1995 in a Brass band and began composing his own music on an Atari ST in 1997. He is now a multi talented AV artist who builds his own circuit audio visual instruments, runs workshops with a diverse range of participants, and performs to large and small audiences across the UK. He has delivered workshops in Helsingor, Denmark, Edinburgh University, Leigh Turnpike gallery, Urbis, prisons, libraries as well as speaking at schools and colleges about his work. Since 2015 he has been creating AV installations using circuit bent vintage games consoles and video mapping. Scrubber Fox is a regularly supports Venetian Snares since 2012 and has also supported 65 days of Static. He has performed at Sines and Squares Festival in Manchester and in London at Bangface, Ginglick.
Hallvarður Ásgeirsson is a composer working with electronic metamorphosis of live instruments. He has also written several pieces for choir, including Niður for the South Icelandic Chamber Choir. He has composed music to dance pieces by Saga Sigurðardóttir entitled Scape of Grace, Predator and Blýkufl. He has written music for the film Hreint Hjarta by Grímur Hákonarson and The Disadvantages of Time Travel by Richard Ramchurn.
Hallvarður has an M.Mus degree in composition from Brooklyn College and a BA in composition/new media from the Art Academy of Iceland.
Hallvarður is also a performing guitarist which uses interactive sound processing. He has built an instrument, the Vardiphone, in collaboration with Halldór Úlfarsson, which creates sound by inducing feedback in a string instrument in a controlled way.