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  •  Katharina Klement : further_beton
    Centrum für Gegenwartskunst June July 2001 Hans Kropshofer conception of space Florian Prix technical realization Klangtransformation insbesondere mit elektronischen Mitteln ist Arbeit mit einem mehrdimensionalem Phänomen und mit plastischer Arbeit vergleichbar Katharina Klement Wände öffnen sich und verschwinden eine Wand bricht ein eine andere wird eben errichtet Das quasi entropische Leben des Betons er stirbt den Erstarrungstod transformiert sich aber dann in ein anderes Universum vom Magma der chemischen Reaktionen

    Original URL path: http://www.katharinaklement.com/index.php?id=523 (2016-02-10)
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  •  Katharina Klement : further_hope
    and electronics works for fixed media works for solo instruments ensemble pieces soundinstallations music other media works for speech voice conceptual pieces open form improvisations discography dates text links contact

    Original URL path: http://www.katharinaklement.com/index.php?id=525 (2016-02-10)
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  •  Katharina Klement : further_chronologie
    by Staalplaat the Netherlands March 2003 KATHARINA KLEMENT CONCERT TROUVE CD by Kalk Piano ala future days Surely a decendent of John Cage Katharina Klement has a stunning view of the instrument Studying in Graz and Vienna she has released a studio recording of 12 tracks at just over one hour that is like a treasure trove of experimental playing Her four piece includes e guitarist Armin Pokorn and engineers Geari Schreilechner and Florian Prix They work as a unit on all aspects of Concért Trouvé bringing about electro acoustic passages just off center Recorded in 2000 this disc is just starting to make the rounds Made with an assortment of found objects tubes and other materials these improvised compositions have a weight based in curiosity and tonality The happenstance of object vs instrument questions the making of the final product as noise as opposed to music which equals a balance of white noise harmony and all extras By fusing analogue with electronic technologies the blur is passionately made here At times eerie the pacing dramatizes the stalwart approach of Klement s key rambling at the same time there are brief hiccups of Sunday solace in the final mix This

    Original URL path: http://www.katharinaklement.com/index.php?id=530 (2016-02-10)
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  •  Katharina Klement : further_88
    by Staalplaat the Netherlands March 2003 KATHARINA KLEMENT CONCERT TROUVE CD by Kalk Piano ala future days Surely a decendent of John Cage Katharina Klement has a stunning view of the instrument Studying in Graz and Vienna she has released a studio recording of 12 tracks at just over one hour that is like a treasure trove of experimental playing Her four piece includes e guitarist Armin Pokorn and engineers Geari Schreilechner and Florian Prix They work as a unit on all aspects of Concért Trouvé bringing about electro acoustic passages just off center Recorded in 2000 this disc is just starting to make the rounds Made with an assortment of found objects tubes and other materials these improvised compositions have a weight based in curiosity and tonality The happenstance of object vs instrument questions the making of the final product as noise as opposed to music which equals a balance of white noise harmony and all extras By fusing analogue with electronic technologies the blur is passionately made here At times eerie the pacing dramatizes the stalwart approach of Klement s key rambling at the same time there are brief hiccups of Sunday solace in the final mix This

    Original URL path: http://www.katharinaklement.com/index.php?id=531 (2016-02-10)
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  •  Katharina Klement : further_trouve
    released by Staalplaat the Netherlands March 2003 KATHARINA KLEMENT CONCERT TROUVE CD by Kalk Piano ala future days Surely a decendent of John Cage Katharina Klement has a stunning view of the instrument Studying in Graz and Vienna she has released a studio recording of 12 tracks at just over one hour that is like a treasure trove of experimental playing Her four piece includes e guitarist Armin Pokorn and engineers Geari Schreilechner and Florian Prix They work as a unit on all aspects of Concért Trouvé bringing about electro acoustic passages just off center Recorded in 2000 this disc is just starting to make the rounds Made with an assortment of found objects tubes and other materials these improvised compositions have a weight based in curiosity and tonality The happenstance of object vs instrument questions the making of the final product as noise as opposed to music which equals a balance of white noise harmony and all extras By fusing analogue with electronic technologies the blur is passionately made here At times eerie the pacing dramatizes the stalwart approach of Klement s key rambling at the same time there are brief hiccups of Sunday solace in the final mix

    Original URL path: http://www.katharinaklement.com/index.php?id=524 (2016-02-10)
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