Habitat 23 is a walk-in sound installation that opens up a temporary living space. Boundaries between living beings and machines, past and present, landscape and composition are beginning to dissolve. The sounds of the immediate surroundings are captured by microphones, alienated and played back into the landscape with the help of so-called parabolic loudspeakers. The topography of the landscape and the movements of the listeners influence the sound and shape the habitat.
Fri May 26 – Sun June 4: daily 3 pm – 8 pm
04.06. | 04 pm Improv concert
Andreas Zißler is an architect and artist. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. In his work he explores medial and spatial concepts with heterogeneous methods and
and perspectives, pursuing a highly collaborative and transdisciplinary approach. This results in sculptural and performative works that are located in the border areas of architecture. His works have been shown at the Steirischer Herbst `20, as part of the program of Kunst im öffentlichen Raum Tirol, or at the Music for the Future Festival in Atami/Japan, among others.
Fabian Lanzmaier works with sound and music, both as a solo artist and in various formations. Lanzmaier composes and develops music / sound environments for installations, theater, performance and film. In his sound-based works he explores the boundary between real and artificial sound environments and confronts the listener with surreal and ambiguous spaces. The play with acoustic as well as visual perception is a central component of his artistic work. He studied computer music and electronic media at the Institute for Electroacoustic Composition, – University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. As a member of the collectives columbosnext, Verschubu Records and velak he organizes concerts, performances and exhibitions.
ADDRESS / PLACE
Thomatal/Gruben | https://maps.app.goo.gl/VgtXzHKfQSqfEYpa7 | busstop/parkinglot: Gruben center (line 750)