LISANNE SCHULZE & SOUNDLAB ASIA PACIFIC at Feeka Kuala lumpur jan 2016

The photographic exhibition by Lisanne Schulze was organised in cooperation with the Goethe Institut Malaysia, Bordermovement and DetourAsia. The showcase was accompanied by the 15 international musicians that have been documented by the photographer creating music in the rainforest close to Seremban for over 2 weeks. Live performances by Nadia Reid, Born In Flamez, Similar Objects and Vandetta.

SoundLab is an initiative by Goethe-Institut, BorderMovement and Detour Asia, supported by Red Bull, KRK & Ableton. Fifteen musicians from Myanmar, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, New Zealand, Australia, and Germany stayed in the rainforest resort, the Dusun, for 10 days to work on music and explore ways to collaborate, create and connect. Berlin-based photographer, Lisanne Schulze, documented the project and exhibited stunning pictures, drawing the musicians working together, in Kuala Lumpur. The participating musicians were given no guidelines on how to collaborate. They improvised based on their genre preferences breaking away from the usual music patterns and electronic soundscapes. Photos and Performances were open to the public.

find more info here:

http://www.redbull.com/my/en/stories/1331776204498/sounds-from-mother-nature

http://daily.redbullmusicacademy.com/2016/02/dusun-soundlab-photo-essay

 

Roman Liška’s Research ‘n Motion at DUVE Berlin Sept./ Oct. 2013

"Liška is interested in the cooperative effort of artistic and cultural production, and the show functioned like a pop-up project space built on the foundations of a supportive network of friends and collaborators. Fortunately, he has an eye for interesting people – like designer David Rudnick, who was commissioned to produce the show’s limited edition invites which consisted of a red, liquid-filled, plastic pouch (questionably reminiscent of a blood bag), with a poem about art, Judaism and Berlin’s infamous Berghain nightclub printed on the back. For the opening event, Liška invited musician Born In Flamez to perform. Then, for the first week of the show, the gallery was turned into the workshop of the design company starstyling (Katja Schlegel and Kai Seifried). The following weeks included: presentations from the Martinique project space ‘espace d’art contemporain 14ºN 61ºW’; an installation by artist Gesa Troch; a presentation by choreographer Peter Pleyer; music by Lina Lapelyte; interdisciplinary works by Nina Wakeford and photographs by Lisanne Schulze, who documented artists’ contributions, memorializing each event in the gallery on the modular walls’ remaining blank sides." - frieze

http://researchnmotion.tumblr.com

Reviews:

http://www.sleek-mag.com/showroom/2013/09/roman-liskas-research-n-motion/

http://frieze-magazin.de/archiv/kritik/roman-lishka/?lang=en

 

             The OPEN ART SHOW - PEDESTRIAN -          LONDON March 2013

The Open Art Show is like an open mic night but with art forms, the concept is to gather artistic expressions by different artists with different styles from different places following one same theme. The theme of this first session is Pedestrian.

London / Stoke Newington / Belfast road / 25c/ N16 6UN

Artists: Lisanne Schulze, Cédric Viollet, Thomas Catry, Asia Chmielewska

Following photos: Lisanne Schulze

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