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Live performances streamed to a smartphone, played back on headphones and recorded at a street corner at the Palais des Beaux Arts Wien with in-ear microphones. In the end no one really knows whats going on anymore in the end but we think it is rather good.
http://www.palaisdesbeauxarts.at

Bim Palais des Beaux Arts Wien

    • Darstellende Kunst

Live performances streamed to a smartphone, played back on headphones and recorded at a street corner at the Palais des Beaux Arts Wien with in-ear microphones. In the end no one really knows whats going on anymore in the end but we think it is rather good.
http://www.palaisdesbeauxarts.at

    Bim #10 Claire Tolan

    Bim #10 Claire Tolan

    Claire Tolan is "interested in the crippling sublime that the individual experiences in the face of complex, planetary systems — climate (and its change), finance, etc — and the anxiety that this sublime produces". With ASMR, she "explores possible sutures for this anxiety, or more generally, find a different, more strategic and empowered response to complex systems". This is a binaural recording, headphones recommended for listening. www.palaisdesbeauxarts.at

    • 20 Min.
    Bim #9 Benjamin Tomasi

    Bim #9 Benjamin Tomasi

    Amidst the soundscape of a techno-hedonist pilgrimage site relentlessly penetrating the walls around his Berlin loft, Benjamin Tomasi created this special blend using big data I Ching powered by Shazam, an open window and his big heart. For this special new years episode, he revisited these recordings while walking around a special street corner at the Palais des Beaux Arts Wien. This is a binaural recording, headphones recommended for listening. www.palaisdesbeauxarts.at

    • 29 Min.
    Bim #8 Elvin Brandhi

    Bim #8 Elvin Brandhi

    Elvin Brandhi got into a black car to get to her gig that night. She wasn't interested in small talk with the chauffeur, instead he recorded this. Recorded by Bernhard Garnicnig at the wheel starting at the Palais des Beaux Arts Wien. Binaural recording, headphones recommended for listening. www.palaisdesbeauxarts.at

    • 26 Min.
    Bim #7 Jung an Tagen (VIV)

    Bim #7 Jung an Tagen (VIV)

    Jung An Tagen builds aleatoric arrays, repetitive figures and polyrhythmic moires circulating around distinctive timbres and haptic fragments, resulting in a vision of morphing movements between high energy and zero gravity states. Recorded by Benjamin Tomasi on the sidewalk at the Palais des Beaux Arts Wien. Binaural recording, headphones recommended for listening. www.palaisdesbeauxarts.at

    • 26 Min.
    Bim #6 Luiza Schulz

    Bim #6 Luiza Schulz

    Ice cubes, piano and crystal glass are the elements of this electro-acoustic improvisation by Luiza Schulz. Transmitted from Rio de Janeiro into this particularly hot and humid summer night in front of the Palais des Beaux Arts Wien. Recorded by Bernhard Garnicnig on the sidewalk at the Palais des Beaux Arts Wien. With Additional recordings courtesy of Peter Cusak. Binaural recording, headphones recommended for listening. www.palaisdesbeauxarts.at

    • 28 Min.
    Bim #5 Ryo Ikeshiro

    Bim #5 Ryo Ikeshiro

    Ryo Ikeshiros "Construction in Self" is a generative work based on the Lorenz dynamical system. It has sensitive dependence on initial conditions, giving rise to what is commonly known as the “butterfly effect”. Its generative form is suggested by this property and the work takes an input prior to performance as initial conditions from which a different piece is produced each time. For the Bim podcast, the GPS coordinates of the Palais des Beaux Arts were used as the starting position to generate a unique geolocation-specific performance. Recorded by Bernhard Garnicnig on the sidewalk at the Palais des Beaux Arts Wien. Binaural recording, headphones recommended for listening. www.palaisdesbeauxarts.at

    • 30 Min.

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