What happens to the things that get lost?
NEW DATE TBA
Media & Sound Installation
Performance by Lens Kühleitner (aka Lan Rex)
In the Frame of Sonic Territories Festival in collaboration with Improper Walls, Lens Kühleitner will present a new video and sound work led by the question ‚What happens to the things that get lost?‘.
A collection of voice messages become a shared story. Elements will be pen drawn and set as sound scores for the videos own soundtrack.
During the exhibition days, Visitors are invited to participate in creating recordings and sound scores together.
Olivia Hild and Lens Kühleitner will open the exhibition together with a Live Performance on 8th November 2023, 8pm..
An installation further highlights works and drafts from recent years.
Lens Kühleitner is a non-binary musician and performer, engaging with sound, video, and movement – weaving pop into techno and their popping up thoughts into a mellow melodic muddle.
Recent works include sound design and music for various pieces within dance, theatre and performance e.g. with Mzamo Nondlwana, Lau Lukkarila/Luca Bonamore, Olivia Hild and performances with Claire Lefévre, Veza Fernández, Sunggu Hong / Soyoung Park. Lens is part of the coordination-team of Pink Noise and member of the PARASOL Dance Company at Tanzquartier. They play concerts as Lan Rex and released 2 EPs together with Tender Matter, one of them as a commissioned work for Hyperreality Festival 22.
Olivia Hild is active in contemporary choreography and performance. She thinks of choreography as an expanded artform and makes installations as well as stage works or other formats. Her interest lies in creating spaces that go through change and in inner movements that do that too. Her works have been shown in spaces like WUK Vienna, Theater Museum Vienna, BRUX Innsbruck, Diver Festival Tel Aviv, Weizmann Institute, MQ Vienna amongst others. Olivia regularly collaborates in the creation of theatre works in venues as Theater am Werk or Kosmos Theater or ARGE Salzburg. She is an active member of the TTP Vienna and is teaching at Tanzwerkstatt Vienna since 2015. Olivia studied at the Dance Department of MUK Vienna (BA) and Fine Arts in Jerusalem (MFA). www.oliviahild.com