November 2014
17.11.2014 -
30.11.2014
Exkursion / Performance / Recherche
Egyptian Secrets, or Pawel investigates the after life of James Lee Byars
Pawel Kruk
 
25.11.2014
Each One, Teach One
Theory Tuesdays
Philip Matesic
 
27.11.2014
Diskussion / Hackteria
Re-designing Nature
Christoph Kueffer, Jill Scott
 
30.11.2014
Tanz
OPEN STAGE
Zoé Blanc, Mirjam Bührer, Laura Bächer, Manuela Bär, Maka Mamporia, Anne Rosset
 

Dezember 2014
02.12.2014
Each One, Teach One
Theory Tuesdays
Philip Matesic
 
04.12.2014
Performance
SEMIOSPACE
A performance-conference to carry out conceptual research while exploring Raphaële Bidault-Waddington's work with Sylvain Menétrey

Raphaële Bidault-Waddington, Sylvain Menétrey
 
09.12.2014
Each One, Teach One
Theory Tuesdays
Philip Matesic
 
11.12.2014
Konzert
A Concert With or Without You
Fabian Gisler, Michael Jaeger, San Keller
 
12.12.2014
Each One, Teach One
Practical Fridays
Philip Matesic
 
16.12.2014
Each One, Teach One
Theory Tuesdays
Philip Matesic
 

11.04.2012
20,00 Uhr

 

Lecture-Performance
Stockhausen at Ground Zero
Hans-Peter Frehner, Christian Hänggi
 


Cage & Stockhausen, 1958


A few days after the World Trade Center attacks in 2001, the German avantgarde composer Karlheinz Stockhausen (1928−2007) held a press conference in which − taken out of context − he made the remark that they had been the greatest work of art. This caused great uproar and led to his condemnation by a general public who had not heard of him before. With some ten years distance, this lecture-performance will try to come to a less emotionally charged understanding of the ways in which these enigmatic comments may be interpreted.

Posted by Stefan Wagner