4:3

Project | Live Electronic & Visuals & Acoustic Instruments (2005)
Composition and electronic: Elisabeth Schimana
Flute: Cordula Bösze
Terpsiton: Lena Golovasheva

4:3 is a resonating memory trace transforming the experiments of Mary Ellen Bute together with Lev Theremin in the 30th in his in New York studio working on the idea and technical possibilities of controlling and connecting light and sound.

“We immersed a tiny mirror in a small tube of oil, connected by a fine wire which was led through an oscillator to a type of joy-stick control. Manipulating this joy-stick was like having a responsive drawing pencil, or paint brush that flowed light and was entierly under the control of the person at the joy-stick.“ (Mary Alan Bute found in Albert Glinsky, Theremin, 2000)

03 02 2005 DOM, Moscow
27 05 2005 VNM festival, Graz
01 11 2005 Exhibition GRAZ MOSKWA GRAZ, Dom im Berg, Graz
28 09 2006 Klangspuren, Innsbruck
06 10 2006 City of Women Festival, Ljubliana
31 01 2007 Transmediale, Berlin

credits


Cordula Bösze

Musician, performer, music mediator, studied flute with Hans Reznicek and Wolfgang Schulz at the Hochschule f | homepage

Elena Golovasheva

Worked at the theatre “ School of the Dramatic Art “ under Anatolij Vasiljev and was a dancer in Abramov’s dance company, since 2000 she is a stage movement teacher and since 2002 festival administrator of the “Golden Mask” festival in Moscow.

Elisabeth Flunger

Elisabeth Flunger’s favourite instrument is a collection of trash metal objects, used in concerts, installations and performances. For this instrument she created a series of solo pieces and developed appropriate playing techniques. | homepage

  • 4:3 Moscow

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    DOM / Moscow 2005

  • 4:3 Graz

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    VNM Festival, Graz 2005

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    Dom im Berg, Graz 2005

  • 4:3 Ljubljiana

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    City of Women, Ljubljiana 2006

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    City of Women, Ljubljiana 2006

  • 4:3 Berlin

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    Transmediale, Berlin 2007 © Martin Breindl

  • 4:3 Berlin

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    Transmediale, Berlin 2007 © Martin Breindl