Wednesdays at the Forge: Claudia Molitor and Friends

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Wednesdays at the Forge: Claudia Molitor and Friends

  • Wed 13 May 2015
  • 7:30PM
Claudia Molitor, photo by Claire Shovelton
Claudia Molitor, photo by Claire Shovelton

The Forge

3-7 Delancey StreetLondon, NW1 7NL


T 020 7 383 7808

‘Artists have responded to the ‘Winterreise’ starting point  by contributing existing and newly (re)conceived works that in some way relate to the underlying ideas of Schubert’s songs-cycle: desolation and hope, despair and melancholy… but most of all journeying, weather that be actual, imagined or metaphorical.’ 

Amy Cunningham Foreground (screening)
Jan Hendrickse new work
Kathy Hinde & Max de Wardener Im Dorfe (screening)
Mikhail Karikis Children of Unquiet (screening)
Joseph Kohlmaier new work
Claudia Molitor extract from Vast White Stillness, ‘Wenn es nur einmal…’ (screening)
Aki Passoulas Seawater and !blac
Amber Priestley new work
James Weeks Narrow Path for flute
Mark Bowden & Max Hattler Drift (screening)

The concert features work by two Austrians, Joseph Kohlmair who lives and works in London and Claudia Molitor who has taken part in the ACF's Soundings programme.

Joseph Kohlmaier was born in Vienna, Austria. He founded the ASD Choir in 2008. Joseph is a senior lecturer in the history and theory of architecture at the London Metropolitan University. He studied photography at the Schule für Künstlerische Photographie in Vienna and architectural history in London. Joseph founded a graphic design practice Polimekanos with Stefan Kraus. In the past, he has worked as a lecturer, researcher, performance artist and on public art projects.

Claudia Molitor is a composer/artist whose work draws on traditions of music and sound practices but also extends to video, performance and fine art. Her work often becomes a site where conventions of music notation and performance, and hierarchies of listening and seeing are explored. Running through her practice is a curiosity in un-noticed and fragile sounds, structures and thoughts. Considering the possibilities presented by the spaces between notions of artistic disciplines is also central to her work.

Wednesdays at the Forge is curated by Andrea Rauter, former Music Project Manager at the ACF London.