A radia contribution by Orange 94.0
This piece is made by Caroline Hofer und Barbara Kaiser, who spent some days in prague, at the art’s birthday festival. C.H. wrote every day a web based diary, translated into english by Katie Elston. Those entries build now the heart and the frame of the piece. Furthermore, live recordings are an essential part of the production: Music comes from: Michael Northam, Zum Beispiel, Jaroslav Koran, Skupia C, Ernst Reitermaier, Barbara Kaiser.
contributed by orange 94.0, vienna
greetings from vienna – acoustic postcards
how does vienna sound? what is typical and what is untypical? are there specific every-day sounds which only exist in vienna? do audible counterparts of sights exist? what does the dignity of sounds consist of? when do they become replaceable?
this radia contribution gathers sound miniatures of 17 artists, each based on an original sound recorded in vienna. artists in order of appearance: astrid schwarz, werner moebius, the zombiemouse aka karl kilian, ilse chlan, raumschiff engelmayr, johannes paul heilig, joerg piringer, lale rodgarkia-dara, arno splinks, barbara kaiser, bernhard gal, ernst reitermaier, arnold haberl aka noid, ulrich troyer, kera nagel, andrÃ© aspelmeier aka gradcom
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Orange 94.0, Vienna
Caroline Hofer (text, voice), Jens DÃ¶ring (music, production), Max Czerwenka (voice, recording) â€“ additional voice contributions by Resonance FM and riist
Feif Minuten is a random play. Made of: music, ambience and speech â€“ mixed into a piece of 11.294 seconds â€“ in any combination, as often as you want. This way mini-radioplays emerge which can be used as inspiring appetizers or in-betweens. The sentences are taken from every-day life, fantasy, the present, the past and the future.
â€žVon AHA bis WELLâ€œ
Each language has its own filler words and filler sounds which give time for thoughts to develop and build bridges from one sentence to the next. The piece creates an international conversation exclusively made of these words and sounds. Interviews with people speaking different languages are used as audio footage.
â€œWill it become a choir? â€“ An acoustic world-tour across Viennaâ€
â€œWill it become a choir?â€ takes the polylingual atmosphere of Vienna which is constituted by the coexistence of the different languages as a starting point. Migrants speak about their life and their experiences in Vienna. They came to Vienna for all different kinds of reasons: as refugees, students, artists, looking for work. They speak in many different languages. Will their voices become a choir?