PIANO_ Musical installation build with material found in loco

the installation was build by Adriana Affortunati and it will be played by Martin Gut on the first weekend.

MARTIN GUT After studying music in Feldkirch, the musician and composer, Martin Gut, studied classical guitar at the Music Academy in Vienna, taking in addition courses in harmonic theory and electro-acoustics. As a composer he is however self-taught. Recalling Geothe’s view that architecture is frozen music, for Gut, the Wachau Valley resonates with music and resounds with the echoes of sounds that have reverberated over centuries. Much of Martin Gut’s music is written for an electronically amplified single stringed instrument of his own design. Historically the instrument’s ancestor is an instrument known as a tromba marina or marine trumpet, this consisted of a single string strung over a two metre long resonance chamber. Such instruments are capable of emitting rich sonorous tones and during the baroque were often used as a substitute for the trumpet, which being made of rolled metal, was a very expensive instrument.

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TITLE_ Musical installation build with material found in loco

the installation was build by Adriana Affortunati and it will be played by Martin Gut on the first weekend.

JACOB WIESMAYER After studying music in Feldkirch, the musician and composer, Martin Gut, studied classical guitar at the Music Academy in Vienna, taking in addition courses in harmonic theory and electro-acoustics. As a composer he is however self-taught. Recalling Geothe’s view that architecture is frozen music, for Gut, the Wachau Valley resonates with music and resounds with the echoes of sounds that have reverberated over centuries. Much of Martin Gut’s music is written for an electronically amplified single stringed instrument of his own design. Historically the instrument’s ancestor is an instrument known as a tromba marina or marine trumpet, this consisted of a single string strung over a two metre long resonance chamber. Such instruments are capable of emitting rich sonorous tones and during the baroque were often used as a substitute for the trumpet, which being made of rolled metal, was a very expensive instrument.

STAUBTANZ_ Visual Performance

Directed by the artist Adriana Affortunati, the performer Zoe Anita Eldermeier

will activate the dust, provocquing a tyndall effect.
 

ZOE ANITA ELDERMEIER
After studying music in Feldkirch, the musician and composer, Martin Gut, studied classical guitar at the Music Academy in Vienna, taking in addition courses in harmonic theory and electro-acoustics. As a composer he is however self-taught. Recalling Geothe’s view that architecture is frozen music, for Gut, the Wachau Valley resonates with music and resounds with the echoes of sounds that have reverberated over centuries. Much of Martin Gut’s music is written for an electronically amplified single stringed instrument of his own design. Historically the instrument’s ancestor is an instrument known as a tromba marina or marine trumpet, this consisted of a single string strung over a two metre long resonance chamber. Such instruments are capable of emitting rich sonorous tones and during the baroque were often used as a substitute for the trumpet, which being made of rolled metal, was a very expensive instrument.

TITLE_ visual installation

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KERSTIN WIESMAYER After studying music in Feldkirch, the musician and composer, Martin Gut, studied classical guitar at the Music Academy in Vienna, taking in addition courses in harmonic theory and electro-acoustics. As a composer he is however self-taught. Recalling Geothe’s view that architecture is frozen music, for Gut, the Wachau Valley resonates with music and resounds with the echoes of sounds that have reverberated over centuries. Much of Martin Gut’s music is written for an electronically amplified single stringed instrument of his own design. Historically the instrument’s ancestor is an instrument known as a tromba marina or marine trumpet, this consisted of a single string strung over a two metre long resonance chamber. Such instruments are capable of emitting rich sonorous tones and during the baroque were often used as a substitute for the trumpet, which being made of rolled metal, was a very expensive instrument. https://www.objekt-gestaltung.org/

TITLE_ Musical installation build with material found in loco

the installation was build by Adriana Affortunati and it will be played by Martin Gut on the first weekend.

MARGIT WERNER
After studying music in Feldkirch, the musician and composer, Martin Gut, studied classical guitar at the Music Academy in Vienna, taking in addition courses in harmonic theory and electro-acoustics. As a composer he is however self-taught. Recalling Geothe’s view that architecture is frozen music, for Gut, the Wachau Valley resonates with music and resounds with the echoes of sounds that have reverberated over centuries. Much of Martin Gut’s music is written for an electronically amplified single stringed instrument of his own design. Historically the instrument’s ancestor is an instrument known as a tromba marina or marine trumpet, this consisted of a single string strung over a two metre long resonance chamber. Such instruments are capable of emitting rich sonorous tones and during the baroque were often used as a substitute for the trumpet, which being made of rolled metal, was a very expensive instrument.

TITLE_ Musical installation build with material found in loco

the installation was build by Adriana Affortunati and it will be played by Martin Gut on the first weekend.

ADRIANA AFFORTUNATI After studying music in Feldkirch, the musician and composer, Martin Gut, studied classical guitar at the Music Academy in Vienna, taking in addition courses in harmonic theory and electro-acoustics. As a composer he is however self-taught. Recalling Geothe’s view that architecture is frozen music, for Gut, the Wachau Valley resonates with music and resounds with the echoes of sounds that have reverberated over centuries. Much of Martin Gut’s music is written for an electronically amplified single stringed instrument of his own design. Historically the instrument’s ancestor is an instrument known as a tromba marina or marine trumpet, this consisted of a single string strung over a two metre long resonance chamber. Such instruments are capable of emitting rich sonorous tones and during the baroque were often used as a substitute for the trumpet, which being made of rolled metal, was a very expensive instrument.