A collaboration between the Brucknerhaus, Anton Bruckner University, Linz Art University and Upper Austria on Wednesday 7 April 2010. 19.30 clock in the Great Hall of the Brucknerhaus in Linz.
With an unusual projection concept break the students of disciplines “Time-Based Media” (Master) and “Time-based and Interactive Media” (Bachelor) at the Art University Linz formally conventional projection surface by transparent pixels, similar to the arrangement of groups of instruments in the orchestra the whole stage area also grasp in its depth. Unlike the classic film, to which the work partially certainly can relate, the assembly is created not only chronologically but also spatially. New lights flood, DADA, the fascination of the machine – these issues that characterize those epochs in which most of the songs were composed, were the starting point for content and artistic exploration.
Anna Margit Erber, Sarah Feilmayr ,Christoph Frey, Gregor Göttfert, Harald Starzer-Eidenberger, Katharina Riedler, Andreea Sasaran, Gerlinde Schmierer, Joachim Smetschka, Brigitte Vasicek, Florian Voggeneder.
photos © Reinhard Winkler, Joachim Smetschka
Aaron Copland – Prairie Journal, Fanfare for the common Man
Erich Wolfgang – Korngold Violinkonzert op. 35
Leonard Bernstein – Times Square
Samuel Barber – Adagio for strings op. 11
Arthur Honegger – Pacific 231
Chares Edward Ives – The unanswered Question