Martijn Hohmann Geluidpost curator for another year

Posted on December 9, 2007
Filed Under Events, Geluidpost

2007 proved to be a successful year for Geluidpost.
Lovely pieces were composed for us, giving a nice broad view of musical interpretations spawn from the recycling concept.

Due to mutual satisfaction Martijn Hohmann will be curating Geluidpost for another year!
Building further upon the recycling concept of 2007, 2008 will feature a number of artists working mainly with fieldrecordings.

Merzbow @ Geluidpost

Posted on November 16, 2007
Filed Under Events, Geluidpost

merzbowWe have Masami Akita aka Merzbow featuring in Geluidpost from 17 nov to 16 dec 2007.

Masami created a piece for Geluidpost called ‘Bloody Sea of Taiji. Stop the mass slaughter of dolphine in Japan’.

Come and have a listen..

Lokaal01
kloosterlaan 138
breda 4811EE
the netherlands

www.merzbow.net

Trendel Reviewed

Posted on November 4, 2007
Filed Under Releases

A review featured in Vital Weekly

MARTIJN HOHMANN & MARC HEIJMANS – TRENDEL (12″ by UniversaalKunst)
The name Martijn Hohmann was more known to me as an organizer in his home town Breda (The Netherlands) than as a musician. As UniversaalKunst he is active inside music, drawing, graphic arts and installation. Here however under his own name with one Marc Heijmans, who is a graphic designer and illustrator. Together they produced a single sided record (on the other side there is silkscreened) in a boxed set edition of 75 copies and a regular edition of 100 copies. Perhaps Heijmans is responsible for the graphic part and Hohmann for the music? The instruments used are recordings played on a turntable, but the records are treated with a mezzotint rocker, a rubbermat, pieces of cardboard, water, a rubberband tied to the needle, and also used is a voice recording by their deceased friend Arthur van Keppel (to whom this is dedicated). Creating music with records is of course not something new (think Christian Marclay, Institut Fuer Fein Motorik, Tetrault and many more), but there is something quite nice about these recordings: dark, brooding, menacing, with some music leaking through, hand-spinning and more such like. More noise based than music based, but the matter is under control, which is a rare thing. Nice product, with, to top things of, a nice silkscreened cover and inner sleeve. (FdW)

Runzelstirn & Gurgelstock @ Geluidpost

Posted on September 17, 2007
Filed Under Geluidpost

Next Installation for Geluidpost is by Rudolf Eb.er’s Runzelstirn & Gurglestock who has made a piece entitled ‘Schlechte Musik’
No live performance but a wonderful frightning soundcollage running from 22.09.2007 until 14.10.2007.

Come and have a listen!

Best,

Martijn Hohmann

Lokaal01
kloosterlaan 138
breda 4811EE
the netherlands

http://www.artnotcrime.net/r+g

Cello recycling out on Type records

Posted on September 4, 2007
Filed Under Geluidpost, Releases

Machinefabriek’s piece for Geluidpost feb. 2007 has been released as both a 10″ vinyl record and as a CD on Type records.

Another track from the same session has been added to this release.

Watch the details on Discogs..

Buy now!

Janek Schaefer @ Geluidpost

Posted on May 5, 2007
Filed Under Events, Geluidpost

Janek Schaefer  ‘Architect of Foundsoundscapes’

Come On Up…

The installation starts friday may 11th. with a live performance @ 21:00
This time a video projection by Janek is added to the Geluidpost concept. The work can be heard and seen from my 11th. to july 1st 2007

Come and have a listen!

Best,

Martijn Hohmann

Machinefabriek @ Geluidpost

Posted on February 14, 2007
Filed Under Events, Geluidpost

The first Geluidpost curated under Universaalkunst is by Machinefabriek. Rutger Zuydervelt collaborated for this occasion with cellist Aaron Martin on this piece which is called ‘Cello recycling’

The installation starts on february 16th with a live performance by Machinefabriek at 20:00.
Come and listen: 17.02 until 18.03.2007
The piece has also been released as a miniCDr.

Lokaal01
kloosterlaan 138
breda 4811EE
the netherlands

http://www.machinefabriek.nu/

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