Marta de Pascalis + Amy Lux
- Quand : Saturday 12th May 2018
- À quelle heure : De 19h à 22h
- Où : Sterput - Rue du Pont neuf, 4 - 1000 Bruxelles
- Combien : 5€
- + d'infos : Voir l'event FB
Marta de Pascalis presents “Anzar” and “Emerso” : two works composed using improvisation on a tape-loop system, in which patterns of repetition create a sense of a dense, dynamic and cathartic distance. Anzar’s cover art is from a series of black ink paintings made by Marta’s father in the 1970s.
Marta De Pascalis writes: “I see these pieces as tied in a cyclical motion with their sounds moving in different directions. In Anzar, sounds are constantly “falling” from the source, landing gently and staying on the tape’s surface until they fade out to be replaced by other sounds, finally reaching an austere resolution. In Emerso, there’s a different scenario: a persistent theme in the background with sounds that slowly emerge, interact and then dissolve, ending with an abrupt change of tone. Where is the centre of this cycle? Where is the centre of this tape? The centre is moving constantly; the centre is missing. Switch sides. Repeat.” – Marta De Pascalis, Berlin, 19th August 2016
Marta De Pascalis (Rome, 1987) is an italian composer living and working in Berlin. Her solo works employ analog synthesis and tape loops, incorporating free playing into steady, repetitive patterns. She has produced two albums of Berlin School minimal synth excursions: the self-released Quitratue (2014) and Anzar (The Tapeworm, 2016). Her new piece ‘Her Core’ will be published on spring 2018 by The Wormhole.
Marta De Pascalis [DE]
Amy Lux (aka mam’ Patate) [BE]