Heidrun Schramm + Nicolas Wiese – Experimentell im Stream
Heidrun Schramm – samples, computer, midi controller, iPad
Nicolas Wiese – samples, feedback, overhead projector, stop motion video
Link zum Live Stream: https://www.facebook.com/theaterimkino/posts/10157826392140894
Heidrun Schramm is a Berlin-based sound artist and composer/performer, who works in the fields of electroacoustic music, installation and video art. Her work includes intermedia composition and audiovisual pieces. Her electroacoustic concepts employ source material from acoustic instruments, objects, field recordings. The initial point of her work can be an incidental noise or discreet tone, simply happening in a given situation. The staged results are hybrid forms between acousmatic concerts, performance art, installation and can be heard and seen at festivals, concert series and galleries such as Heroines of Sound Festival Berlin, IMAkusmonium, St. Pölten, Velak Gala Vienna, LEM Festival Barcelona.
She holds an MA from the University of Arts, Berlin; where she studied in the Sound Studies Program. In 2020 she has been awarded with a scholarship for contemporary music/sound art from the Berlin Senate.
Since 2004 Duo Schramm/Wiese – Concert Installation and audiovisuelle Performances.
Since 2017 Duo “Railroad Concrète” – JD Zazie / Heidrun Schramm –
Nicolas Wiese is an audiovisual artist, designer and composer/performer of electroacoustic music based in Berlin, where he has been living and working since 2006.
He studied communication design, illustration and communication theory at the University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg (completing his diploma in 2005). Apart from that, he attended Sound Studies at the UdK Berlin and courses in philosophy and sociology at the University of Hamburg.
Nicolas Wiese creates works in a wide range of formats and media, for various contexts: installation and spatial performance, contemporary electronic composition, relational and improvised music, graphic art, drawing, collage, radio and experimental film. His work testifies to a strong interest in the deconstruction and reconstruction of found images / found sound / quotations from mass media and everyday life. Speech, the written word, architecture, complex abstraction, and refraction of nostalgia all play important roles in Wiese’s aesthetic output.
Performances, exhibitions, screenings, album releases and other projects all over Europe, in North America, Iran, Israel, Turkey. Currently active collaborations include the music duos The Pond (with singer Elisabetta Lanfredini), The Quiet Cue (with guitarist Michael Renkel), the cross-media music theatre collective FrauVonDa, and of course the duo work with Heidrun Schramm which has been established in 2004.
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