Manuel Cyrill Bachinger (AT)

(c) Manuel Cyrill Bachinger, Wind

BIO

[DE]

Manuel Cyrill Bachinger (AT) (1988*) lebt und arbeitet in Wien. Er studierte an der Fachhochschule St. Pölten und Digital Arts an der Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien. In seiner Arbeit beschäftigt er sich mit klanglichen und visuellen Ausdrucksformen und oft mit transformativen Prozessen, die sich experimentell und installativ manifestieren. Dabei werden unsere Wahrnehmung und unser Verständnis von Dingen, Objekten, Phänomenen und Technologien herausgefordert und zur Introspektion und Reflexion unseres Umgangs mit dem, angeregt. Bachingers Arbeiten wurden bei Parallel Vienna, MAK Vienna, National Bank of Greece Cultural Foundation Thessaloniki oder Biennale Arte 2019 || ausgestellt Biennale Sessions, unter anderem.


[ENG]

Manuel Cyrill Bachinger (AT) (1988*) lives and works in Vienna. He studied at the University of Applied Sciences St. Pölten and Digital Arts at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. In his work he deals with the sonic and visual forms of expression and often with transformative processes that manifest themselves in experimental and installative ways. In doing so, our perception and understanding of things, objects, phenomena and technologies are challenged and stimulated to introspection and reflection on our interaction with them. Bachinger’s works have been exhibited at Parallel Vienna, MAK Vienna, National Bank of Greece Cultural Foundation Thessaloniki or Biennale Arte 2019 || Biennale Sessions, among others.

http://www.lyricallumen.com/


WORK

Listen to the wind but different II
Soundinstallation, 2022
2 x computer-fan, box with grass, electronics

Listen To The Wind But Different appears to visitors as a piece of meadow in a plinth, with the computer-fan immersed in the center of the grass. A recording of wind/moving air has been made in 2018 with a wind-wheel attached to a dc-motor. This recorded signal is used to steer the speed of the computer-fans. Creating a replay of the recorded situation and discusses the movement of air as a recordable and perceptible phenomenon.

Attacks
Soundinstallation, 2018
turntable, contact microphone, mic-stand, hifi amplifier/speakers 

The continuous motion of a turntable is opposed to the oscillation of a pendulum. A game of synchronization and chaos manifests itself as sonic material.

EXHIBITION 
ko-kuratiert von Jakob Hütter (HmA)
EVA-MARIA MAZZUCCO PLATZ 2
30/06–02/07/22
15:00 – 19:00 Uhr