100 Years of Beat
Fri, Apr 27
Concerts, DJ sets:
8pm: Canalón de Timbiquí
10pm: Theo Parrish
Evening ticket: 13€/10€
All day: installations (free admission):
Anke Eckardt, Hanno Leichtmann
Canalón de Timbiquí
Marimba, Guasá rattles, and Bombo drums: Led by the gentle melodics of singer Nidia Góngara and her choir, this backbeat-accentuated shuffle references the Afro-diasporic history of the Columbian Pacific coast.
Hyper-rhythm architectures: Jlin produces beats as a direct interface between machine and body—only to be understood through movement, not with the mind. With Black Origami she has created a masterpiece of machine percussion, pulsing bass, and disharmonic synth sounds.
On moving from Chicago to Detroit in the 1990s, Parrish took with him his experience in the early House scene, the Jazz soundtrack of his childhood, and a diploma in sculpture. To this day, improvisation, references to Disco and Funk, and a conceptual approach shape his (deeper than) Deep House and High Tech Jazz.
Anke Eckardt: Vinylheads (2018)
The audible, walk-in sculptures Vinylheads from Anke Eckardt are connected by a sample of the Amen Break.
Hanno Leichtmann: Skin, Wood, Traps (2018)
For Skin, Wood, Traps, Hanno Leichtmann assembles drum and percussion loops from inspiring drummers to create a 4-channel sound installation