20 – 25.05.2023
Auguste Vickunaite is a Berlin based Lithuanian sound artist with a background in physics science, using reel-to-reel tape recorders to play, record and create sound installations, articulating diverse layers of recordings including found material, field recordings, voice, music instruments, objects, and the whole spectrum of malfunctions of decaying technology.
Auguste will present new works within a new site specific installation at Liebig12 hosting open studios & workshop sessions starting on May 20.05 3 to 7.30pm & May 21 / 23 / 24.05 5 to 10pm at Liebig12 and 2 performative nights on the 22. & 25.05 with guests.
“During these 5 days, I invite you to come by to the Liebig12 project space and join me in creating a constantly changing reel-to-reel sound work. You are welcome to come and just listen or join me by recording your own reel-to-reel tape loops with my help. I will provide some sounds objects and instruments for recordings, but feel free to bring your own sounds – objects, instruments or voice.” Auguste V.
May 22_6pm / 10pm @Liebig12 performances by
Auguste Vickunaite – reel-to-reel tape recorders live installation solo
Viola Yip – self-built instruments and electronics
Noa Even – saxophone
Echo Ho – SlowQin
May 25.05_7 / 10pm @Jugend[widerstands]museum closing performances
Auguste will perform and curate “a Night in Vilnius with Studium P” _4 performative sets introducing artists, musicians and instrument builder from Studium P in Vilnius https://www.facebook.com/studiump20 / https://fb.me/e/15qTMhNjE
1. Sholto Dobie
Live at Studium P – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swb78ef0rwk
Live at Empty Brain Resort – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxKay4MBKwE
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/sholtodobie/?hl=en
2. Auguste Vickunaite
Auguste Vickunaite live at Empty Brain Resort –
3. Simonas Nekrošius
4. Kamilė Dambrauskaitė
In collaboration with “Kultur am Dorfplatz”, a project in cooperation with Dienstbar, Liebig12, Schallplanet and Palais Wittgenstein Berlin, within the framework of “Galiläa Partizipativ”, funded by the European Social Fund and the Senate Department for Integration, Labor and Social Affairs.