Du unendliche Spur

Partizipative Performance - MUMOK / Overpainted

Setup “Du unendliche Spur” @MUMOK

“Du unendliche Spur”, participative sound performance

With their site-specific sound performances / workshops Divjak & Schlögl explore the possibilities and intersections of sound art, live composition, performativity and participation.
The two artists are inviting and enabling the audience to be part of a collective sound producing ceremony. By using everyday tools like a hammer, pencils or kitchen ware in a nonfunctional, creative way the audience and the artists learn to consciously redefine their relationships towards their personal environments in a sensual manner. From this perspective the whole group of participants become some sort of musical entity. Fascinating orchestral soundscapes are taking shape and new spaces of shared experiences are beeing created.

“Du unendliche Spur”, Partizipative Klang-Performance

Als akustische Phänomenologen setzen sich Paul Divjak und Wolfgang Schlögl (I-Wolf) als Team Tool Time mit aktuellen wie virtuellen Klangwelten auseinander. An den Schnittstellen von künstlerischer (Klang-)Forschung, Komposition, Performativität und Partizipation arbeiten die beiden an polyphonen Sound-Landschaften, die neue Erfahrungsräume öffnen.

Performances zuletzt u.a.: MAK, Wien (“Bee Pop”), MUMOK („Du unendliche Spur“, im Rahmen eines Cy Twombly-Workshops der Kunstvermittlung/Overpainted, Jugendclub), Art Brut Museum, Gugging („Klanglulu“)

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Echoes of Past …

Performance @AIL - Angewandte Innovation Lab

Echoes of Past, Present, and Future: Studies in Time, Space and Sound
Sound art / performance, 2015 – Paul Divjak & Wolfgang Schlögl aka Team Tool Time
Commissioned for: AIL – Applied Innovation Lab, University for Applied Arts, Vienna

“Entering a laboratory for me is always a religious experience.” Anton Zeilinger

A site-specific intervention, an acoustic and performative mapping of the physical and symbolic space at the occasion of the opening of the new AIL. A location, which used to house a gallery of an Austrian bank, and a pile company, as well as the renown Jewish Cultural Theatre until the year 1938. – With special equipment Paul Divjak and Wolfgang Schlögl are searching for the yet unheard, and creating a live-soundscape of the memory of space.
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Klanglulu

Partizipative Performance - Art Brut Museum

Setup “Klanglulu”, Art Brut Museum, Gugging

„Klanglulu“, Art Brut Museum, Gugging (participative sound performance)

With their site-specific sound performances / workshops Divjak & Schlögl explore the possibilities and intersections of sound art, live composition, performativity and participation.
The two artists are inviting and enabling the audience to be part of a collective sound producing ceremony. By using everyday tools like a hammer, pencils or kitchen ware in a nonfunctional, creative way the audience and the artists learn to consciously redefine their relationships towards their personal environments in a sensual manner. From this perspective the whole group of participants become some sort of musical entity. Fascinating orchestral soundscapes are taking shape and new spaces of shared experiences are beeing created. — mehr —