Lecture – Workshop in Los Angeles / 14. November 2014

In November 2014 Boris Hegenbart is giving a Workshop & Lecture at :

CalArts – California Institute of the Arts
at the Forum b318 and with the Sonic Boom Ensemble

Video Screening and Concert at  Goethe-Institut Los Angeles / 14th of November 2014
INSTRUMENTARIUM (2014 – Los Angeles Edition)
Boris Hegenbart (Production & Composition)
Ulrich Krieger (Saxophone & Composition)
Kerstin Hovland (Live-Video & Installation)

(Free Admission!)

Ulrich Krieger is well known as a saxophone player in contemporary composed and free improvised music as well as a composer of chamber music and electronic music. Since 2007 he is associate professor for the composition faculty at the California Institute of the Arts in Los Angeles. He studied saxophone, composition and electronic music at the UdK Berlin (University of the Arts) and the Manhattan School of Music New York. He collaborates with: Lou Reed, LaMonte Young, Phill Niblock, Lee Ranaldo, Merzbow, Berliner Philharmoniker, zeitkratzer, just to name a few. His recent focus lies in the experimental fields and fringes of contemporary Pop culture: somewhere in the limbo between Noise and Heavy Metal, Ambient and Silence.

Kerstin Hovland is a video-artist with a background in computer engineering.
She is teaching programming, circuits and animation to artists, musicians and high school students through the CalArts Community Arts Partnership. She writes custom software, designs projection systems, creates algorithms for generative animations, composes music, and builds interfaces that coalesce into installations, performances, and games representing mathematical and scientific concepts as expressive forms. Hovland’s pieces stem from analysis of the way technology is used and viewed and how its presence impacts our daily lives.

Supported by the Berlin Senate Cultural Affairs Department  beb_logo

and the Goethe-Institut   GI_Logo_vertical_green_sRGB