a.melodie

Mélodie Melak Fenez’s work questions the place and role of the performer in experimental art. It also investigates the relationship between the individual voice and the great/background melody, the articulation between solitude and community.

Her solo project a.mélodie consists of self-made synthesizers and electronic devices that are hooked up to an array of plants. The plants shape the sound of each oscillator. Because of physiological reactions, mainly due to their defense system, the plants modulate the frequency they produce, creating an alive and ever morphing sound. On stage, a.melodie composes with the sounds produced and modulated live by the plants.

Plants play music: Plants and empire + a.melodie

3 Oct 2014 - 20:30
3 Oct 2014 - 23:59

Plants and empire works with the sound of signals produced by plants, picked up from plants, transformed and generated by plants and is constantly researching new ways of developing plantsound

a.melodie consists of self-made synthesizers that are then hooked up to an array of different plants.

plants vs. animals / Rupp & Fischerlehner

11 Jan 2015 - 20:00
plants vs. animals / Rupp & Fischerlehner © by the artists

Olaf Rupp - git
Rudi Fischerlehner - dr

plants vs. animals
Liz Allbee: tr, Christina Ertl/plants and empire: plants, electr, Melodie Fenez/a.melodie: plant synth, Felicity Mangan: fieldrecordings, Ute Wassermann: voice and birdwhistles

Doors: 20:00, Beginn 20:30
 

 

Filter III - Move nimbly with light rapid steps

24 Jan 2016 - 18:00
24 Jan 2016 - 22:00

A collaboration initiated by Jessica Ekomane with a.mélodie and Silje Nes

"Move nimbly with light rapid steps" is a 4 hour reactive sound installation. A territory of permanent feedback, a state of perpetual tension and saturation.

FILTER is a new series on conceptual sound art by Zona Dynamic. Each edition is a temporary collaboration between 3 artists channeled into a one-night sound scene.