In the late Sixties, women composers start mixing various kinds of sonic material. Often their idea of intermedia art has a link to human life. 88-minute program with Christina Kubisch, Eliane Radigue, Frankie Mann, Ruth Anderson, and more.
10 pieces about the mysteries, realities and prospects of airwaves. 30-minute program with works by The Android Sisters, Dan Lander, Negativland, Phil Harmonic, and others – made between 1960 and 2004.
Forming a loose community of interdisciplinary collaborators, Fluxus artists are rethinking the role of art in society during the Sixties. 47-minute program with Carolee Schneemann, Henning Christiansen, Terry Riley, Yoko Ono, and more – with pieces made between 1959 and 2014.
The electrification of music during the 1950s leads to a multitude of artistic concepts. 50 minutes of fieldwork and funny sounds with Alireza Mashayekhi, Else Marie Pade, Enore Zaffiri, İlhan Mimaroğlu, and more – made between 1952 and 1968.
With reel to reels, poetry reaches the next level in the 1950s. Language could get arranged in completely new ways. 42 minutes with Ernst Jandl, Henri Chopin, Neil Mills, Sten Hanson, and others – realized between 1956 and 1991.
Synthesizers brought new sounds into the world. 43 minutes of music with oscillators, filters and envelopes controlled by Conrad Schnitzler, Daphne Oram, Erkki Kurenniemi, Laurie Spiegel, and others – between the early Sixties and 1977 (plus an exception).
For some, the piano is the instrument of instruments. Here are ten good reasons why. 40-minute program with works by Charlemagne Palestine, Graeme Revell, Henry Cowell, Johanna Magdalena Beyer, Sun Ra, and others – composed between 1912 and 2017.
Artists see things differently. 54-minute program with sound works by Carole Caroompas, Dieter Roth, Jess Holzworth and Jutta Koether, M.A. Nummninen, Magazzini Criminali, and others – created between 1966 and 2006.