Kombinētās performances un koncerti
ir pasākumi, kuros dažādu nozaru, disciplīnu, stilu vai novirzienu mākslinieki uzstājas vai demonstrē savus iepriekš radītos mākslas darbus

Combined Performances and Concerts
are events in which artists from different fields, disciplines, styles or genres are performing and/or presenting their previously created art works


Drīzumā Rīgā

Soon in Riga (Latvia)




Black Hole in St. Saviour's Anglican Church in Riga
(Sarah Davachi, Edgars Rubenis)
November 10, 19:30
2 Anglikāņu Street

This time the Black Hole will appear in the St. Saviour's Anglican Church in Riga and there will perform Edgars Rubenis (Latvia) and Sarah Davachi (Canada).


Sarah Davachi

Sarah Davachi (b. 1987, Calgary, Canada) holds a bachelor's degree in philosophy from the University of Calgary, and a master's degree in electronic music and recording media from Mills College in Oakland, California. As a composer of electronic and electroacoustic music, Davachi's compositional projects are primarily concerned with disclosing the antiquated instruments and forgotten sonics of a bygone era in analog synthesis, with concurrent treatment of acoustic sources – particularly organ, piano, strings, and woodwinds – often involving de-familiarization through processing. Her work considers the experience of enveloped sonic dwelling, utilizing extended durations and simple harmonic structures that emphasize variations in overtone complexity and psychoacoustic artifacts.

In light of all of this, it’s incredibly cathartic to hear Sarah Davachi’s rich opening drone: a warm hum, confident in its intention, unwavering in its pitch, persisting with the consistency of a solid object. Such simplicity doesn’t last. The drone becomes the bed to which Davachi tethers a high tone that somewhat resembles a guitar solo, chicaning across the upper frequencies like an airborne kite. It subdivides. There are two now. Then three or four. I lose the ability to count, and I lose the ability to differentiate between them. More crucially, I lose the ability to discern which sounds are coming from Davachi’s instruments and which are the product of acoustic collision and psychoacoustic refraction. At one point I turn my head and the harmonic profile completely changes, introducing new frequencies and muffling others, obliterating any sense of central truth within her music and within my own listening; we are both unmoored and both blissfully unsure. The guitar solos continue to swirl above, still self-indulgent in their acrobatics of pitch even as they assume their place within something unfathomably vaster. Gradually, the piece returns to that one low drone. We descend from the ether of possibility, borne out in colliding overtones and echoes, and gradually return to that irrefutable hum. We’re back in the basement again, and I reach out to clasp the table in front of me. Just to be sure.” – from Jack Chuter review on performance of Sarah Davachi in August 10th, 2017 in RYE WAX in London for ATT:Magazine (24.08.2017), http://www.attnmagazine.co.uk/performance/12271

The ambient music that Sarah Davachi makes is profoundly thermal. Thick and sonorous, it pushes up, welling up from silence, weaving harmoniums, string instruments, and electronics together in ways that feel indivisible, if not eternal. And even where her recordings bring slightly different pressures to bear—the soft, rippling Barons Court, the sloshy, church-organ languor of Dominions—the overall effect is similar: a benign hypnosis, the will to dissipate, a gentle weightlessness. To succumb to any entry in the Vancouver composer’s growing discography is to wade idly into the surf at low tide, only to suddenly find yourself 15 yards away from the shore.” – from Raymond Cummings review on Sarah Davachi's album All My Circles Run for Pitchfork (16.03.2017), https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/22772-all-my-circles-run/

"Like a lot of minimalist art, Sarah Davachi’s music appears simple on the surface....Her music consists mainly of long held tones. The real action is not found in the notes themselves but in their microtonal variations and the wealth of overtones, harmonics, and ghostly pulses produced by the friction between them. Her work belongs to a tradition of deep, shimmering drone music that... is also profoundly expressive. Her filters sweep back and forth in slow, deliberate, and often unpredictable movements that suggest the careful thought process that drives the hand behind them. The subtlest change can set in motion complicated chain reactions—ebbing and flowing, wheels turning within wheels." – from Philip Sherburne review on Sarah Davachi's album Vergers for Pitchfork (29.11.2016), https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/22533-vergers/

Sarah Davachi composes experiences, her environments built on a minimalist yet all-enveloping music of psychoacoustic phenomena and physicality. These “irreal” worlds evolve gradually, Davachi's precise drones, harmonies, complex overtones and natural phasing patterns shift from harmonic progression into stillness, always with an expressive, complex emotion lurking in the vibrations.” – from Gabrielle Gagnon-Fréchet interview with Sarah Davachi for MUTEK (15.01.2017), http://www.mutek.org/en/magazine/806-sarah-davachi-les-espaces-sont-des-instruments

In Davachi’s music, I hear a negotiation between human instigation and letting be. Sometimes I catch little traces of melodic patterns, as she sends synthesizers through little zig-zagging motifs that rise out of the drones and return to them. At other points, she simply allows the instrument to play itself, leaving harmonics and timbral inconsistency to form shapes of their own accord. Prolonged synthesizer tones falter gently, creating undulations in texture like chips and dents on an old antique; drones curdle together to form overtones that flicker and dance above the central hums.” – from Jack Chuter interview with Sarah Davachi for ATT:Magazine (7.11.2016), http://www.attnmagazine.co.uk/features/10804

Edgars Rubenis

In his compositional and concert practice is involved with improvisatory (yet, premeditated) music. Based in traditions of musical and visual minimalism (La Monte Young, Eliane Radigue, Eleh, Kazimir Malevitch, Mark Rothko, Ad Reinhardt) Rubenis creates long durational music pieces that explore notions of emptiness, zeroing (in/out) and abandonment of the known self.

By using a reduced and abstracted version of drone/ambient music, Rubenis is interested in creating situations in which experiences of varied time scales and notions of personal space become possible. Abstraction and reduction in this case are seen more than more aesthetic choices, their functions being those of actual “makers of space” and “shifters of time.”

Aside from his solo practice Rubenis is known as one of the two founding members (together with drummer Edgars Eihmanis) of the experimental rock ensemble Mona De Bo. Created in 2005 Mona De Bo has often been noted as one of the most artistically vivid and daring rock music ensembles to have originated in the Baltic states since early 2000’s. Rubenis has been involved as composer and guitar player for all of the band’s studio releases (five up to date, 2017). Mona De Bo has been repeatedly touring the Baltic states, Europe, Russia and USA. it’s music has been played on BBC radio, and mentioned in reviews on such platforms as “the Wire” and “the Quietus”.

So far Rubenis has released one solo record – “Mythoscope”, published in 2014 by Latvian record label and makers of the renowned festival of adventurous music “Skaņu Meža ieraksti.” since 2012 he has been living in the Netherlands where he currently pursues a master’s degree studying electronic music and composition in the Institute of Sonology in the Hague.

Entrance from 19:30, beginning – 20:00. From 20:15 doors will be closed. Not recommended for children under 12. We invite audience to keep complete silence.

Concert is possible thanks to the Embassy of Canada in Riga.

Tickets available: 8–15 EUR online – http://www.bezrindas.lv/lv/melnais-caurums-anglikanu-baznica-edgars-rubenis-sarah-davachi-kanada/3721/

Ticket price at door – 20 EUR

Sara Davachi

http://sarahdavachi.com/

https://soundcloud.com/sarahdavachi

https://sarahdavachi.bandcamp.com/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ax32U6GQ1I

https://soundcloud.com/bleep43/sarah-davachi-live-at-bleep43

Edgars Rubenis

www.edgarsrubenis.lv

https://rubenis.bandcamp.com/

https://soundcloud.com/rubenis-1

Melnais Caurums Anglikāņu baznīcā
(Sarah Davachi, Edgars Rubenis)
10. novembris 19:30
Anglikāņu iela 2

Šoreiz Melnais Caurums notiks Anglikāņu baznīcā un tajā uzstāsies mūziķi Sāra Davači (Sarah Davachi) un Edgars Rubenis.

Sāra Davači (Sarah Davachi)

Pēc ilglaicīgas mūsdienu mūzikas un mūzikas teorijas studēšanas Kanādā un ASV, Sāra Davači koncertdarbībai pievērsās salīdzinoši nesen. Neskatoties uz to, ka viņas pirmais albums (kasetes formātā) tika izdots tikai 2013. gadā, Sāra Davači jau ir izpelnījusies mūzikas apskatnieku atzinību. Pirmo reizi publikas priekšā Sāra Davači uzstājās 2011. gadā un ar katru nākamo gadu viņas koncertu skaits ir audzis, 2016. gadā sasniedzot 30 koncertus – aptverot visas nozīmīgākās kultūras lielpilsētas Kanādā un ASV, kā arī pa reizei uzstājoties Berlīnē un Londonā. Šogad Davači jau ir sniegusi 39 koncertus ASV, Kanādā, Austrālijā, Vācijā, Nīderlandē, Lielbritānijā, Šveicē, Austrijā, Portugālē, Zviedrijā un Čehijā gan festivālos, gan atsevišķos koncertos pirms, pēc vai kopā ar dažādiem mūsdienu mūzikas pārstāvjiem: Suuns, Xio Xio, Crys Cole, Missing Organs, Klara Lewis un daudziem citiem.

Gabriele Ganjon-Frešē (Gabrielle Gagnon-Fréchet) Sāras Davači intervijas ievadā Kanādā bāzētā mūzikas portālā MUTEK šī gada jūnijā raksta: “Sāra Davači komponē savu pieredzi un apkārtējo vidi, balstīdamās minimālisma, kā arī visaptveroša psihoakustiskā fenomena un fizikalitātes mūzikā. Šīs “nereālās” pasaules attīstās pakāpeniski, Davači harmonijām, droniem, sarežģītajiem virstoņiem un dabiskajiem fāžu modeļiem pārvirzoties klusumā, vibrācijās arvien ielavoties pa kādai ekspresīvai un sarežģītai emocijai. “


Edgars Rubenis

Viens no apvienības Mona De Bo dibinātājiem un pamatsastāva mūziķiem, bet arvien biežāk uzstājas arī viens pats. Kopš 2012. gada Edgars padziļina savas mūziķa un komponista prasmes Hāgas Karaliskās konservatorijas Sonoloģijas institūtā Nīderlandē. Saņēmis piedāvājumu uzstāties vienā koncertā ar Sāru Davači, viņš piekrita atbraukt speciāli uz šo notikumu. Koncertā Edgars Rubenis atskaņos elektronisku skaņdarbu, kas apvieno viņa agrāko pieredzi improvizāciju mūzikā ar reducētiem ambientās mūzikas (valodas) tropiem. Radniecīgs abstraktās mākslas pasaulei, šis darbs atspoguļo Rubeņa interesi par "absolūto nepieciešamo minimumu", muzikālu skaņu kā objektu telpā un klausīšanās procesa struktūrvienībām.

Ierašanās no 19:30, koncerta sākums 20:00, durvis tiks slēgtas 20:15. Neiesakām bērniem jaunākiem par 12. gadiem. Aicinām koncertā ievērot pilnīgu klusumu. Koncertu apskaņos Jānis Krauklis.

Koncerts iespējams pateicoties Kanādas vēstniecības Latvijā atbalstam.

Biļetes iepiekšpārdošanā: 8–15 eiro (pirmās 30 biļetes – 8 eiro, nākamās 30 – 10 eiro, pēc tam 12 un 15 eiro) – http://www.bezrindas.lv/lv/melnais-caurums-anglikanu-baznica-edgars-rubenis-sarah-davachi-kanada/3721/


Sāra Davači

http://sarahdavachi.com

https://soundcloud.com/sarahdavachi

https://sarahdavachi.bandcamp.com/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ax32U6GQ1I

https://soundcloud.com/bleep43/sarah-davachi-live-at-bleep43

Intervijas un apskati par Sāru Davači un viņas mūziku:

http://www.attnmagazine.co.uk/performance/12271

https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/22772-all-my-circles-run/

https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/22533-vergers/

http://www.mutek.org/en/magazine/806-sarah-davachi-les-espaces-sont-des-instruments

http://www.attnmagazine.co.uk/features/10804

Edgars Rubenis

www.edgarsrubenis.lv

https://rubenis.bandcamp.com/

https://soundcloud.com/rubenis-1



Agrāk

Past



2016



2016

10/12
Rīgas Mākslas telpā, Rīgā
Riga Art Space (Exhibition hall of Riga Municipality)
- Dzejas slams / Poetry Slam
- Howard Katz (spoken word dzeja / spoken word) džems ar / jam with Artis Kuprišs (elektroakustiskā mūzika / electronics) un / and Mārtiņš Kuzmins (bungas / drums)
9/12
Kultūras centrā Wise, Liepājā
Culture Centre Wise, Liepāja
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Liz Williams (gaisa akrobātika / aero dance), Howard Katz (dziesmas / songs)
- Howard Katz (spoken word dzeja / spoken word) džems ar / jam with Artis Kuprišs (elektroakustiskā mūzika / electronics) un / and Mārtiņš Kuzmins (bungas / drums)

Gaisa akrobāte Liz Williams un dzejnieks, mūziķis un laikmetīgās dejas horeogrāfs Hovard Katz abi Ņujorku ir nomainījuši pret Berlīni 90tajos, Artis Kuprišs un Sandija Sandžej bāzējas Liepājā, bet Mārtiņš Kuzmins – starp Durbi, Liepāju un Rīgu / Aero dancer Liz Williams and poet, musician and choreographer Howard Katz both are moved from New York to Berlin in 90ties, Artis Kuprišs and Sandija Sandžej are based in Liepāja, but Mārtiņš Kuzmins is always between Durbe, Liepāja and Riga

Atbalsta ASV vēstniecība Latvijā / Supported by the Embassy of USA in Latvia


Foto Māris Dejus

Pirmo reizi Liza uzstājās Melnā Cauruma kombinētajā koncertā Totaldobže Mākslas centrā 2013. gadā VEF teritorijā. Šogad bija paredzēts uz Latviju atvest viņas un Hovarda Katca kopīgi izveidoto jaunā cirka izrādi, kurā piedalās vēl vairāku cirka disciplīnu pārstāvji – Berlīnē dzīvojošie cirka profesionāļi. Diemžēl iecere netika realizēta, jo neizdevās piesaistīt nepieciešamo finansējumu / The first performance in Latvia for Liz was participation in another Black Holes Combined Concert in our first location in former factory VEF, in Riga, in 2013. Now we wanted to invite her together with Howard Katz and several other professionals from Berlin Circus scene with their performance Noir, but unfortunately we didnt succeded to attract necessary funding.



Foto Māris Dejus

Hovards uzstājās šogad Rīgā kinoteātrī Splendid Palace pēc Dzejas slama. Zemāk saite uz interviju ar Hovardu / Howard's first performance in Latvia was right after the Poetry Slam, which we have organized in the cinema “Splendid Palace”, in Riga, earlier this year. Here is an interview with him – https://www.mixcloud.com/radionaba/bron-hīts-12032016-dzejas-slams_howard-katz_kaspars-lielgalvis/


Foto Māris Dejus

Džemā Liepājā pievienojās arī Mārtiņa Kuzmina kolēģis no projekta Kaktiņš Stūrītis – Mārtiņš Jansons. Priekšplānā – Artis Kuprišs / In the Liepāja Jam there was also taking part Martins Kuzmins partner from their band Kaktiņš Stūrītis


1/09
Kultūras centrā Wise, Liepājā
Culture Centre Wise, Liepāja
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Wooguru (laikmetīgā deja /contemporary dance)
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Linda Skranda, Marija Luīze Meļķe (dzeja / poetry),
Artis Kuprišs (elektroakustiskā mūzika / electronics),
Artūrs Kalvāns, Uldis Hasners (video / video)
-
Evgenia Sizmina (laikmetīgā deja / contemporary dance)

Koncerts tika veidots tā, lai tajā piedalītos gan darbnīcas Flee Flow pārstāvji, gan ar to nesaistīti dažādu vietējās mūsdienu mākslas disciplīnu pārstāvji / In this concerts participated workshop's Free Flow leader, paticpants, and other contemporary artists from Riga and Liepāja

Atbalsta Kurzemes plānošanas reģions (Valsts Kultūrkapitāla fonds) / Supported by Kurzeme Planning Region (Latvian State Culture Capital foundation)


Koncertu iesāka Wooguru ar dejas improvizāciju, ko viņš izveidoja tur pat uz vietas demonstrējot paša radīto Free Flow ķermeņa pārvaldes tehniku. Concert started with the dance improvisation by Wooguru using his unique Free Flow technique.



 


Turpinājumā pirmo reizi kopīgi uz vienas skatuves vienlaicīgi uzstājās dzejnieces Marija Luīze Meļķe no Rīgas un Linda Skranda no Liepājas, elektroniskās mūzikas pārstāvis Artis Kuprišs un videomākslinieki Artūrs Kalvāns un Uldis Hasners (pēdējie trīs ir Liepājas universitātes Jauno Mākslas mediju nodaļas studenti un absolventi). The next performers did an experimental live interdisciplinary session. Poetreses Marija Luīze Meļķe from Riga and Linda Skranda from Liepāja, electronic musician Artis Kuprišs and video artists Artūrs Kalvāns and Uldis Hasners (students and graduates of the Liepāja University New Media art departament) were performing all together first time.


Koncertu noslēdza Free Flow darbnīcas dalībniece laikmetīgā dejotāja no Sanktpēterburgas Jevgēņija Sizmina ar savu iepriekš radīto dejas darbu Collapsus. The concert concluded participant of the workshop Free Flow – contemporary dancer Evgenia Sizmina from St.Petersburg with performce of her previously created dance piece Collapsus.





23/09
Karostas ūdenstornī, Liepājā
Karosta Water tower, Liepāja
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Ivars Šteinbergs (dzeja/poetry), Madara Melne Tomsone (aktrise/actress), Evita Birule (laikmetīgā deja/contemporary dance), Kristīne Vītola (režisore/theatre director), Ģirts Reiniks (elektroniskā mūzika/electronic music)
- īpašie viesi no Sanktpēterburgas / special guests from St.Petersburg Inga Shepeleva (dzeja/poetry), Cristine Kazarian (arfa/harp), Dmitry Anikin (elektronika/electronics)
- Marta Kauliņa (marimba
/marimba)

Koncerts tika veidots iekļaujot dažādu disciplīnu pārstāvjus gan no vietējās mūsdienu mākslas vides, gan no Rīgas, gan ārzemēm – šoreiz atkal no Sanktpēterburgas / The concert was organized by including participants from various disciplines of local contemporary art field, Riga and abroad – this time again from St.Petersburg

Atbalsta Kurzemes plānošanas reģions (Valsts Kultūrkapitāla fonds) / Supported by Kurzeme Planning Region (Latvian State Culture Capital foundation)


Koncertu iesāka dzejnieks Ivars Šteinbergs kopā ar mūziķi Ģirtu Reiniku, aktrisi Madaru Melni–Tomsoni un dejotāju Evitu Biruli. Māksliniekus kopīgi uzstāties 2012. gadā uzaicināja teātra režisore Kristīne Vītola pēc Totaldobže mākslas centra aicinājuma iestudēt vienu no Melnā Cauruma kobinētajām performancēm kādā bijušās rūpnīcas VEF ēkā / The concert was openned Latvian by poet Ivars Šteinbergs together with musician Ģirts Reiniks, actress Madara Melne–Tomsone and dancer Evita Birule. To perform together artists were invited in 2012 by theatre director Kristīne Vītola refering to Totaldobže Art Centre's invitation to create a Black Holes combined performance in one of the former factory VEF buildings


Koncerta turpinājumā uzstājās īpašie viesi no Sanktpēterburgas – dzejniece Inga Šepeļeva kopīgi ar mūziķiem Kristīni Kazarjanu (arfa) un Dmitriju Aņikinu (elektronika) / The following performance was presented by special guests from St. Petersburg – poetress Inga Shepeleva together with musicians Cristine Kazarian (harp), Dmitry Anikin (electronics)




Noslēgumā Liepājas Simfoniskā orķestra mūziķe Marta Kauliņa atskaņoja mūsdienu komponistu skaņdarbus marimbai / the concert was concluded by musician Marta Kauliņa from Liepāja Symphony Orchestra, who performed few contemporary music pieces for marimba



2/09
Kaņepes kultūras centrs, Rīgā
Kanepes Culture Centre, Riga
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Wooguru (laikmetīgā deja /contemporary dance),
Kristīne Daukšte (dzeja / poetry)
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Marija Luīze Meļķe (dzeja / poetry), Artis Kuprišs (elektroakustiskā mūzika / electronics), Uldis Hasners (video / video)
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Evgenia Sizmina, Lia Guseyn Zade, Mārtiņš Bērziņš Sprūds (laikmetīgā deja / contemporary dance)


Rīgā Wooguru uzstājās kopā ar dzejnieci Kristīni Daukšti, kura lasīja savus iepriekš sarakstītos dzejoļus, bet Wooguru reaģējot uz viņas intonāciju veidoja kustību improvizāciju.
Rīgā vēlreiz uzstājās arī Marija Luīze Meļķe, Artis Kuprišs un Uldis Hasners.
Koncerta noslēgumā divas Free Flow darbnīcas dalībnieces – Jevgēņija Sizmina un Lia Guseyn–Zade (dejotāja no Sanktpēterburgas, kura pašlaik dzīvo un strādā Itālijā) izpildīja darbnīcas laikā tapušu laikmetīgās dejas darbu, kuram horeogrāfiju izveidoja Mārtiņš Bērziņš Sprūds.
/ In Riga Wooguru performed together with Latvian poetress Kristīne Daukšte, who read her earlier created poems while Wooguru was interacting with her intonation with his body movements.
Marija Luīze Meļķe, Artis Kuprišs and Uldis Hasners performed together one more time.
The concert ended with performance of two Free Flow participants Evgenia Sizmina and Lia
Guseyn–Zade (dancer from St.Petersburg, currently living in Italy). I was created during the workshop with help of another Free Flow workshop participant – Latvian contemporary dance choreographer Mārtiņš Bērziņš Sprūds.



2015



2015

26/09
Kombinētais koncerts un improvizācija
Combined concert and improvisation

Dalībnieki: dzejnieks Sergejs Timofejevs un komponists Platons Buravickis / dzejnieks Artūrs Punte un komponiste Linda Leimane / dzejnieks Semjons Haņins un mūziķis Lee Chapman (Lielbritānija) / spoken word un mūzikas projekts [2]brothers[no]sisters
Participants: poet Sergejs Timofejevs and composer Platons Buravickis / poet Artūrs Punte and composer Linda Leimane / poet Semjons Haņins and musician Lee Chapman (England) / spoken word and music project [2]brothers[no]sisters


 


Pasākums tika plaši atspoguļots medijos / The event has a great exposure in media



2014



2014

Totaldobže Art Centre (Press House, Riga, Latvia)
29/08/2014
Curated
by artist Kaspars Lielgalvis [LV]
Participants:
composers Oskars Herliņš [LV], Platons Buravickis [LV]
sound artist Rachel James [CA/US]
Organised in collaboration with Heller Enterprise [CH]
Supported by Sound Development [CH]







2013



2013

Totaldobže Art Centre (factory VEF, Riga, Latvia)
30/11/2013
Curated by artist Kaspars Lielgalvis
[LV] and composer Richard Cameron-Wolfe [US]
Participants:
aerodancer Elizabeth Williams [US]
pianist Ilze Zvaigznekalne [LV]
flutist Rūta Īzāka [LV]
chellist Jānis Paulis [LV]
Event supported by Latvian Culture Capital foundation and USA Embassy in Latvia.
Video documentation is available in 4 parts on Vimeo –
https://vimeo.com/81095130
https://vimeo.com/84855821
https://vimeo.com/81336208
https://vimeo.com/84861015














 














 

Totaldobže Art Centre (factory VEF, Riga, Latvia)
23/10, 8/11/2013
Directed by artist Kaspars Lielgalvis
[LV]
Participants:
videowork – Katrīna Neiburga
[LV]
composer
Jackin Pousson [FR]
poetry –
Krišjānis Zeļģis [LV]
tango dance –
Jamie Roberts [US], Liene Salmiņa [LV], Artjoms Markins [LV] and Kaspars Lielgalvis [LV]
videowork – visual artist Gemma Riggs [UK], Kaspars Lielgalvis [LV], contemporary dancers Laura Murphy [IR], Mircea Ghinea [RO] and Alexis Vassiliou [CY]
Supported by State Culture Capital Foundation [LV]

Totaldobže Art Centre (factory VEF, Riga, Latvia)
11/10/2013
Directed by artist Kaspars Lielgalvis
[LV]
Participants:
composer Platons Buravickis [LV]
contemporary dance – Evita Birule [LV], Sintija Siliņa [LV]
sound artists Ryan Jordan [UK], Jamie Allen [CAN]
Supported by State Culture Capital Foundation [LV]


 

Totaldobže Art Centre (factory VEF, Riga, Latvia)
27/04, 6/06, 11/06/2013
Directed by theater director Kristīne Vītola [LV]
Participants:
contemporary dance – Evita Birule [LV]
electroacoustics – Ģirts Reiniks [LV]
poetry reading – actress Madara Melne [LV]
poetry – Ivars Šteinbergs [LV]
Supported by State Culture Capital Foundation [LV]





2012



2012

Totaldobže Art Centre (factory VEF, Riga, Latvia)
11/05/2012
Organised by Gatis Ancens (Latvian Culture Colledge)
Directed by theater director Zane Beinare [LV]
Participants:
contemporary dance – Elīna Breice [LV], Kristīne Vismane [LV]
electric guitar – Kaspars Rolšteins [LV]
electroacoustics – Platons Buravickis [LV]
poetry – Imants Vītols [LV], Jegēņijs Mesmers [LV]
Supported by State Culture Capital Foundation [LV]

 

 



2011



2011

Totaldobže Art Centre (factory VEF, Riga, Latvia)
10/12/2011
Directed by contemporary dance choreographer Eva Vancāne [LV]
Participants:
poetry – Agnese Rutkēviča [LV], Madara Rutkēviča [LV] contemporary dance – Katrīna Albuže [LV], Kristīne Vismane [LV], Evita Birule [LV]
electroacoustics – Kaspars Groševs [LV], Mārtiņš Roķis [LV]
Supported by State Culture Capital Foundation [LV]


 

 

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