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The House Of Drift

Extensive installation project commissioned by sound:frame festival 2013 including cooperation with costume designers, architects, dancers and a photographer 3 channel Video Installation (3 x 6min, synced loops), FullHD Exhibition at MAK Vienna 05.04 - 21.04.2013 Credits Direction, Concept & AV Installation: Depart (Leonhard Lass, Gregor Ladenhauf) Project Management & Production Laura Welzenbach, sound:frame Fashion/Costume Department Lisi Lang (Lead), Anita Steinwidder, Martin Baumann, Mäx Mareš, Su Noya, Tea Jgenti, Armin Schmelz, Katharina Haring, Moana Stemberger, Julia Hausberger, Julia Högler, Mara Verlić Film & Photoshooting Andreas Waldschütz (Lead), Volkmar Geiblinger (Camera & Light), Merlin König (Assistant & Light), Thomas Mairitsch (Helper), Lisi Lang (Costume), Su Noya (Costume Assistant), Steffi Lamm (Hair & Makeup), Adia Trischler (Styling), Lauren Cooke (Styling Assistant), Robert Hack (Documentation), Michael Merzlikar (Documentation) Performer Sebastijan Geč (Lead), Asher O’Gorman, Milan Loviška, Otto Krause, Raphael Nicholas, Mana Malek, Malika Fankha, Katrin Blantar, Laura Welzenbach, Gregor Ladenhauf, Silvio Canazei Exhibition Architecture Gerald Moser, Christina Simmel Video Tech & Installation Bildwerk (Benjamin & Leonard Pokropek) Additional Credits Polypod (VFX Consulting, Tracking and Rendering Facilities) Melanie Cichos, Laura Welzenbach, Franziska Niemand (Paper Folding)
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Δ Aurigæ

Δ Aurigæ (Delta Aurigae) is an installation which deals with the periodic coalescence of opposite aggregate states, based on and structured by the rhythm of a double star system like the constellation Auriga. A world populated by meanders and monoliths, meteors and menhirs that draws inspiration from ancient astrology which was using rock formations and natural objects to decipher the universe and measure it’s cycles. Delta Aurigae is a hybrid between installation and performance, a stage with a life of its own. In idle mode it shows a slow and majestic flow like a glacier, where fringes blur and relations vanish. A monolith itself, Delta Aurigae is a 4.5m high triangle with a real-time projection. Made with VVVV & Reaktor.      
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Hibernation in Doubt

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A Hibernation in Doubt is a 20 min poetry performance for a speaker, a piano and audioreactive visuals Made with processing and the exquisite Geomerative Library   A well preserved winter in fooled bloom A restless forest - internal like an organ (And played alike) Ending, like always, with the sun.     commissioned by literatur lab @ departure - keywords: poetry, performance, live, audiovisual, generative, processing
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Doldrums

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Doldrums is a reinterpretation of John Cage's 4:33 with a Death Metal band. Announced and presented as a metal concert, the fictional band "Doldrums" was playing nothing on a fully setup rock stage. The audience - who was not aware of this beforehand - was blindfolded and lead through the building, while being read fragments from John Cage's Silence. When they finally could take off their masks, they found themselves in front of the band, but would only hear the hum of the amplifiers and the noises of the lightshow plus the arbirtrary sound of the surrounding. After the silence a fragile 8m high sculpture above the stage would collapse and mark the end of the performance. - keywords: performance, reverb.on, john cage, black metal in the doldrums
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Unheim

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Unheim is a performance installation in complete darkness. An audience group of four people, equipped with wireless headphones is lead through an unknown space by guides with nightvision goggles. In Unheim we stage a constructed loss of control as the central factor of fears, and lead them astray into the mythological abyss. We have chosen the experience-centered format of the parcours and of the wicked game to enable the most direct reflections and impressions. - keywords: performance, darkness, installation, nightvision, audio      
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Chukwa’s Approach

Depart and Stefan Fraunberger present a new Performance in the series REVERB.ON in cooperation with Schmiede and Salzwelten Salzburg: Chukwa’s Approach. Inspired by concepts of Minimal Music and especially by the work of La Monte Young (“The Tortoise, His Dreams And Journeys”) an orchestra of 53 people was playing a single chord throughout the whole performance. Situated about 100 meters below ground on a lake within a salt-mine the musicians and the audience are invited to experience the vibrancy of a mountain. On their 30 minute walk through the mountain to and from the underground lake the visitors would pass video installations based as well on the prime number structures of the musical chord. Chukwa’s Orchestra: Anlanger Petra, Bacher Clemens, Brachtel Benedikt, Bruckmayr Didi, Eigner Richard, Estrela Paul, Farangis Firozian, Fraunberger Stefan, Grandits Sebastian, Grüner Markus, Hochleitner Gudrun, Hovdkinn Elise, Johnson Oliver, Kargl Sebastian, Karlstetter Simon, Kickinger Max, Kindlinger Florian, Kinschel Anna, Klinger Hanna, Ladenhauf Gregor, Lass Elisabeth, Lass Leonhard, Lercher Daniel, Mayr Timna, Mone Miriam, Movahedi Paul, Nassall Angela, Pfaffenberger Florian, Preuschel Julian, Pusa Saila, Radauer Clemens, Rauch Roman, Rösch Paul, Rosner Willibald, Saudek David, Sauer Birgit, Schabmayr Bernhard, Schauberger Anna, Schlegel Martin, Senz Gerhard, Steiner Johann, Strobl Doris, […]
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Rain Are In Clouds

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Realtime AV Performance and AV-Album made with Processing & Reaktor
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Sittingroom

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45min performance for one performer, two loudspeakers, two microphones, on-body-projection and delicate sound balancing, original composition by Alvin Lucier (1970) In the second incantation of the Reverb.On Series in 2008, DEPART and Richard Eigner devoted themselves to the piece „I Am Sitting In A Room“ by Alvin Lucier. This idiosyncratic electroacoustic composition summons a physical component of compact spaces, their inherent resonance. A short text, which is selfreferential and recursive both on the room situation and itself, is spoken into a microphone, recorded and fed back into the room very closemouthed in a kind of acoustical mantra until the rooms own resonant frequency is overdubbing the initial signal beyond recognition. Richard Eigner and Gregor Ladenhauf were responsible for the acoustic implementation of this concept that was first realised in 1969 by American composer Alvin Lucier (*1931). Together with his DEPARTner Leonhard Lass, who is responsible for the visual translation of the piece, performer Gregor Ladenhauf adds to the piece as voice and screen at the same time. A speaker transforming into a projection screen of his own voice, gradually disappearing like this voice during the course of the composition. original text: „I am sitting in a room different from the one you are in now. I am recording the sound of my speaking voice and I am going to play it back into the room again and again until the resonant frequencies of the room reinforce themselves so that any semblance of my speech, with perhaps the exception of rhythm, is destroyed. What you will hear, then, are the natural resonant frequencies of the room articulated by speech. I regard this activity not so much as a demonstration of a physical fact, but more as a way to smooth out any irregularities my speech might have. ” (Lucier 1970) "Using the ideas of Alvin Lucier’s piece “I Am Sitting In A Room”, Richard Eigner & DEPART unlocked the secret sounds of Schmiede Hallein’s fabulous spaces." "Every room has its own melody, hiding there until it is made audible." sound installation and soundboard control: Richard Eigner video projection, programming, setdesign: Leonhard Lass sound installation and performance: Gregor Ladenhauf - keywords: performance, reverb.on, alvin lucier, schmiede, body projection, processing Sitting Room Sitting Room Sitting Room Sitting Room Sitting Room
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Vexations

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on & on & on, till the beak of yawn play a loophole into your headpeace performance for two piano players, projected video and stream of consciousness writing. original composition (1893) by Erik Satie. duration ca. 1200 min. our resume: Vexations is a challenge, a practical joke and a timemachine. eriksatieeriksatieeriksatieeriksatieeriksatieeriksatieeriksatieeriksatie “Je m’appelle Erik Satie comme tout le monde.” we perform satie. we do it for us. we do it for you. we do it because it is not important to be done. we do it because we would like to do it. we are two people playing piano and one computing and showing the difference. we will play it note for note. you will hear it note for note. afterwards nothing will be the same. Short piano piece to be repeated 840 times. Performed at Schmiede Hallein 2007, first incantation of the Reverb.On Series featuring Dorian Concept. frame-0304
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My Myo Mayhem

platonian cave canem kafkaesque coffin break kammerspiel performance installation piece for three performers, myoelectrical stimulation, a chicken called Tesla, video & sound. duration of one cycle ca. 15 minutes imperial chickensouperpowers for the white room-o-botter groups of 10 people are lead into an anteroom where they are ordered to sit and wait. a strange person behind a counter is giving out questionaries and calling people to the desk in random order. this character is mutating over the duration of the whole piece from casual guy to kafkaesque clerk to lunatic to chicken. every 5 minutes one person is admitted to an adjoining room where an attendant is showing them about. a puppet emperor and his rural adventures are presented on screens while a glimpse into an overhead orifice provides an inverse cage perspective on the confetti chicken. the gloomy atmosphere of the first two rooms is followed by an eery transition to the center stage. There, the “emperor” is performing his private little hatching dance, controlled and hardsynced to the installation soundtrack by a mystical myoelectrical device dangling around his neck. after this shocking galvanic experience, the lounge room is a chill out, big brother-like situation with a cctv tablecloth, […]
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