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A Sunday evening programme of concerts by Quanta Qualia, Weird Dust, Caroline Profanter, DJ Mix Muka

25th of February, 2024 from 18:00h until 22:00h
5 hour long +-
entrance 10eur (cash only)
Hectolitre (Reactor space)

Rue de l'Hectolitre 3,
1000 Bruxelles

‘ele-gi-eli’ is the name of this Sunday evening programme of concerts, but also the title of Ari-Pekka Leinonen's 9-channel sound sculpture - which is its sonic engine. Four different ranges of frequencies give shape to innumerable amounts of aural elements.

For the occasion of this evening, the nine sculptural units of ‘ele-gi-eli’ are spatialized in the shape of a bubble in Hectolitre's atrium space, Reactor. In order to sense the acoustic characteristics of the sound system and the place, the artists play entirely electronic sets.

Quanta Qualia is the purple and green endeavour of non-euclidean human geometries by Siet Phorae(y)maekers and Reverendo 23, co-runners of Nonlocal Research label for adventurous music. Live, their improv rituals are generated by a feedback system between sound and dance; abstract somatic and sonoral gestures acting as sci-fi chargers and space-time creators. Where light and objects can become bodymind prosthetics and garments complete the picture.

For this special occasion Weird Dust will play a set on his modular synth. Expect a polyrhythmic and multichannel improvisation around clockdividers and polyphonic sequencing.

Caroline Profanter collects field recordings and combines them with instrumental sounds or electronically generated sounds, with analog synthesizers and feedback-systems. She works with multiple speaker settings, using given spaces and surfaces as resonators, and produces work for Acousmonium and live spatialization.

Before, in between and after the concerts DJ Mix Muka will allow us to navigate with our moving bodies into leisure activity of dancing and bodily listening.

10€ (cash only), hot food available.

Image: poster by Ari-Pekka Leinonen & Jesse van Winden


See you soon!