07 May 2019
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Westwerk: Noiserr & Broshuda
Martina Raponi/Noiserr presents the work of research she is producing for Hamburg Maschine. Her work Schulterplayy is an investigation on algorithms of music consumption and mapping of music habits and music taste on the Schulterblatt in the city of Hamburg. For Noiserr Feat. Broshuda – Schulterplayy Remixed the algorithmic and constrained side of Schulterplayy’s sound harvest will find its counterpoint in the exclusive remix by Broshuda. Martina Raponi is an Italian writer, artist and curator, based in Amsterdam. She is the author of a book on noise, “Strategie del Rumore. Interferenze tra Arte, Filosofia e Underground”
(Auditorium Ed., Milano, 2015) and co-founder of Noiserr,
a reading and research group on noise based in the Netherlands (Butcher’s Tears, Amsterdam and WORM, Rotterdam).
Noiserr became her expanded brain and moniker. She is currently researching noise in relation to voice and deafness in her performative text NEW NOISES NEW VOICES, algorithmic listening in her Hamburg-based SCHULTER-PLAYY project and produces a, more individual and autobiographical, work titled YOUR DAUGHTER IS THE DEVIL. Martina Raponi is a board member of RC51 on Sociocybernetics at the ISA and pursues a contamination
of academia with artistic practices in reflecting complexity and systemic thinking.
Broshuda, cross-pollinating a wide textural range of influences, incorporates in his music elements of sound art, electroacoustic techniques, processed spoken word and field recording excursions as well as more rhythmically oriented and beat-heavy pieces. Though kaleidoscopically varied, the work is held together by a playful sense of experimentation and a willingness to explore new directions of sound through an experimental approach and the use of changing production techniques to expand and further his already broad sonic palette. Pursuing a strong Fluxus inspired interdisciplinary ethos in his artistic output, the same attitude is applied to his audio works, resulting in detailed sketches which at the same time show and disguise their inner logic while transporting a range of carefully distilled emotions and feelings.