Electric Indigo

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Electric Indigo

  • Thu 18 May 2017
  • 7:30PM
Electric Indigo by Michael Breyer
Electric Indigo by Michael Breyer

IKLECTIK

Old Paradise Yard20 Carlisle LaneRoyal Street corner, next to Archbishop's ParkLondon SE1 7LG

UK

Live performance series curated by IKLECTIK for The Engine Room at Morley Gallery (International Sound Art exhibition 4 May – 1 Jun)

Austrian composer, DJ and producer, Susanne Kirchmayr aka Electric Indigo, returns to the UK, after a twenty year absence from the British music scene, for an exclusive concert at IKLECTIK on Thur 18 May 2017.  The multiple award winning musician and founder of female:pressure – an online database of female artists working within electronic music – will perform a unique version of her six-channel sound art piece 109.47 degrees. Early bird tickets are on sale now.  

The title of the ultra-wide hyper-stereo piece refers to “the ideal tetrahedral angle in foams as described in Plateau’s laws”.  From a set of small acoustic particles 109.47 degrees creates complex sonic structures that “live on friction, cohesion and constant movement”.

This concert forms part of the international sound art exhibition, The Engine Room, which runs from 4 May – 1 June 2017 at the Morley Gallery in London. It has been funded by the Morley Gallery and the Austrian Cultural Forum London. Support act to be confirmed. 

Electric Indigo often makes music for installations or concert spaces, but began her career as a DJ in 1980s Vienna, before moving to Berlin in 1993.  In 2009 female:pressure was awarded with an Honorary Mention at Prix Ars Electronica. Kirchmayr has lectured at Viennese institutions like the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, the University of Fine Arts Vienna and the University of Applied Arts Vienna.  She received the “outstanding artist award Musik 2012” in the category electronic and computer music as well as the national grant for composition, in 2013, from the Austrian Federal Ministry for Education, Arts and Culture.  Kirchmayr was also a co-organiser of Berlin’s Perspectives Festival (2013).

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