Konstruktion#3: live assemblage for eight live-played loudspeakers

“Since 2013 Annette Krebs has been developing electroacoustic instrumental sculptures: amplified by microphone and connected with sensors, controllers and specially programmed software, selected sound materials form the basis for new solo compositions. Here she will perform one of her subtle constructions, in which she elicits a strikingly differentiated richness of sound from old and banally dented metal sheets, expands it electronically and relates it to elements from the sound installation.”
Horst Konietzny

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K#3 by Steffi Weismann @ ADK Berlin
K#3 by Steffi Weismann @ ADK Berlin

Konstruktion#3 realizes electro-acoustic multichannel soli, which can be performed during concerts in real-time
without the utilization of prerecorded tapes. The instrumental live-sculpture Konstruktion#3 consists in a assemblage of amplified metal pieces, strings and objects. Also the use of highly amplified voice is part of the compositions. Via the touching of tablets and sensors, the triggered sounds are processed live.
(Software: MaxMSP, TouchOSC, Arduino)


Konstruktion#3: Third movements

Premiere 2019 @ › 100 Jahre Bauhaus – Das Eröffnungsfestival
Reframes, Unikate 2
Akademie der Künste, Berlin 2019

Objects in Space @ Biegungen im Ausland, Berlin 2019

Konstruktion#3: Second movements

Biegungen im Ausland, Berlin 2017
› https://ausland-berlin.de/krebs-ara-rombolaandorra-bertucci

Concert, short videos
(Sound optimized for headphones)

Videos: Anne Wellmer / Sound: Annette Krebs

Konstruktion#3: First movements

Premiere 2017 @ Kontakte ’17, Akademie der Künste, Berlin
› Kontakte ’17 – Internationales Festival für elektronische Musik und Klangkunst
› http://www.heroines-of-sound.com/3009-akademiederkuenste/

Konstruktion#3: First movements was realized with the kind support of the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe within the framework of a working grant for new music and sound art, Adam Audio, the Studio for Electroacoustic Music at the Academy of Arts/ Berlin and the Studio for Electronic Music EMS/ Stockholm.