10, 11 & 12 September
Kunrad takes ideas from computer-based music and embeds them into physical objects. He calls his approach to making sound works SISE (Structural Immersive Sound Experience). With a SISE, all the elements involving the artwork help to emphasize the sound. Object, Actuator, Method, Environment, Time, Perceiver, are all part of the experience and all of the senses have to work together. For his piece *untitled* he will transform a pedestrian bridge into a carillon. Via a system of pulleys and mallets, he will compose, improvise and perform, in response to the environment.
You can experience this work as part of the Proximity Music tour. Find out more here.