Liebig12 goes ausland presenting:

New York based sound artist and experimental turntablist MARIA CHAVEZ was born in Lima, Peru. She´s mainly recognized in the art community as an improviser, curator and sound artist. Her sound installations, visual objects and live turntable performances focus on the values of accidents and its unique, complicated possibilities with sound emitting machinery like the turntable. She wrote and illustrated her first book object entitled  “Of Technique: Chance Procedures on Turntable”. Maria also works as an independent sound art curator in NYC, collaborating with various organizations and art spaces, helping to produce events and festivals that present the latest of what is being shown in the sound art world. A nice chat on Wire Magazine:

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LOU MALLOZZI & ALESSANDRO BOSETTI artists in residence at Liebig12  (8th/10th of September) will work out & present a new piece to be performed this evening at ausland.


1234739_719280374752624_22070348_nLOU MALLOZZI (b. 1957) is an audio artist in Chicago who dismembers and reconstitutes sound, language, gesture, and image in various media.

He has presented works at numerous festivals, concerts, galleries, and broadcasts since 1986, including the Bludenz Festival for Contemporary Music (Austria), the TUBE Audio Art Series (Munich), Fylkingen (Stockholm), The Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago), The Fort Wayne Museum of Art (Indiana), Podewil (Berlin), The PAC/edge Performance Festival (Chicago), Aetherfest Radio Art Festival (Albuquerque), The Resonance FM Radio Festival (London), Bayerischer Rundfunk (Munich), The Chicago Cultural Center, The Donald Young Gallery, Corbett vs Dempsey, and many others.

He has collaborated with numerous artists in these endeavors, including Sandra Binion, Michael Vorfeld, Mats Gustafsson, Jaap Blonk, Michael Zerang, Fred Lonberg-Holm, Carlos Zingaro, Hal Rammel, Terri Kapsalis, ensemble Integrales, Guillermo Gregorio, and many others. more under:


ALESSANDRO BOSETTI (born in 1973) is a composer, and sound artist.
He focuses mainly on the musicality of the spoken language and unusual, sound-related aspects of verbal communication.Bosetti created numerous hybrid text-sound pieces to be performed live and award-wining radio compositions recorded and released on the labels specializing in experimental electronic music.
In his pieces, he explores the fringe area between sound anthropology and composition, often including translation and misunderstanding, as important elements of the creative process. Field research and interviews provide the starting point for his abstract compositions in addition to the use of electroacoustic and acoustic collages, relational strategies, application of a diverse range of instrumental practice, expanded voice techniques and digital manipulation.
In the period from 2007 to 2009, he designed Mask/Mirror a sampler processing recordings of the spoken language in real time that he uses to explore the expressive and performative potential of the speech-loop format, combined with acoustic instruments and improvisation. more under: