29. October 2020 – lapse / Drøøm – endlich.
Drøøm (Clemens Hausch & Benjamin Tomasi) investigate the spatial condition, its extension and finiteness in an acoustic and visual transformation process in the project lapse for the St. Ruprecht church. Using pulses, the space is measured and time divided into segments. The architecture comes to the fore in the areas of tension between the individual impulses. The fading of space – understood as a sensible past – is a key player in sound choreography.
Just as light illuminates parts of the body of the church visually, so does the impulse ‘illuminate’ them in an acoustic way. The “aural architecture” of the church becomes audible. (See Blesser, Salter: Spaces Speak, 2006) This coupling of sound, light and directionality creates very complete and physical impressions for the visitors and creates a “sensory certainty”.
C. Hausch (Elektronics)
Benjamin Tomasi (Elektronics)
In order to give you a carefree and stress-free concert experience, we ask you to reserve your ticket (s) in advance at nmr [a] klingt.org. The audience is currently limited to 25 people.
Feel free to come to the church a little before the concert starts to avoid queues at the ticket office. The church is open 30 minutes before the start of the concert.
Please wear mouth and nose protection while you are in the church and keep a comfortable distance from other audience members.
All concerts take place in the St.Ruprechtskirche
Ruprechtsplatz 1, 1010 Vienna
Concert start 20:00 on time