Doors: 19:00
performances start 19:30 sharp

3 Duo sets by 

Tzu Ni (Taipei) – laptop, objects
Li Song (London/Xi’an) – laptop, objects

Andreas Voccia (Berlin) – electronics
Seiji Morimoto (Berlin/Tokyo) – electronics

Makoto Oshiro (Berlin/Tokyo) – objects, hand made devices
Seiji Morimoto (Berlin/Tokyo) – buzzers, objects


Li Song is a London-based musician and computer programmer. He performs improvised music with his computer and composes music using electronics and acoustic instruments. His collaborative project with Zhu Wenbo, No Performance, focuses on compositions using environment sounds, acoustic instruments, computer algorithms, and random sequence. He is also a member of computer network music ensemble and research group, [ _ _ _ ], focusing on algorithmic collaboration. Recent works include Two Snare Drums (Infant Tree 2022), [ _ _ _ ] (with Jia Liu and Shuoxin Tan, SUPERPANG 2022) and Text (with Zhu Wenbo, Zoomin’ Night 2021) notimportant.org/

Tzu Ni – In a social landscape filled to the brim with busy work, Hung Tzu-Ni seeks to create a setting or an environment where a listener or viewer might enter into a dream state, momentarily isolated from the outer world, and in that space be able to more intensely perceive one’s frame of mind & body. iitzunii.com/sound

Makoto Oshiro is a Berlin-Tokyo based performer and artist. His primary medium is sound, but he also combines other elements including light, electricity and movement of objects. In live performances, he uses self-made tools and instruments that are based on electronic devices, every day materials, and junk. His installation work handles sound as a physical and auditory phenomenon, and focuses on characteristics such as vibration and interference. He is also a member of the live installation / performance group The Great △(夏の大△) with Takahiro Kawaguchi and Satoshi Yashiro, and runs the label Basic Function. instagram.com/ooooshiroooo/

Seiji Morimoto is a Japanese artist based in Berlin Germany since 2003 who works in performance, composition and installation. He focuses on fragile, unstable acoustic phenomena between everyday objects and technological media. The search for small, differentiated structures and the attempt to discover these random phenomena through and within technological media determine his work. Morimoto has worked with Takehisa Kosugi, Olivier Di Placido, Olaf Hochherz, Ignaz Schick, Luciano Maggiore, Crys Cole, Felicity Mangan, Alessandra Eramo, Nicolas Wiese, Seijiro Murayama, Hannes Lingens, Derek Shirley, Eric Wong, Johnny Chang, Mat Pogo, Katsura Yamauchi, Makoto Oshiro, Yan Jun, Mario de Vega, Liz Allbee and many more.Morimoto runs the label emitter micro with Kris Limbach and Pierce Warnecke and is the curator of the concert series Experimentik at Tik in Berlin and of this specific event at Liebig12. seijimorimoto.com

Andreas Voccia is a musician and composer based in Berlin. Originally a trained jazz guitar player, he now works with a modular synthesizer to implement compositional practices from contemporary classical music in an improvisational and responsive environment. Besides his solo work, he is currently involved in several projects with musicians from the experimental and free jazz scenes. In his music he looks into abstract principles like movement, pattern, space, time, and how everything is interwoven with each other through resonance processes, in order to approach the fundamental question of the nature/essence of Reality. His main interest is to find in all the complex systems a poetic view which aims to draw out the tension between the inside and the outside. andreasvoccia.de/