Show 311: Different Looks At Experimentation by YHT

YHT : concepts of experimental sound design for cinematic
audio-experiences and Francois Sallé with Tatsumi Ryusui : free live
experimentation with instruments and electronics between Noise and

YHT is an artistic project in the field of electroacoustic sound
experimentation. Having worked together for 6 years now, the two
artists Claus Störmer and Johannes Krause from Halle/Saale can look
back on a large number of different projects. The spectrum of their
work encompasses free sound work and experimental short film scores as
well as radio plays. They regard their sound compositions as being on
the edge of film and its narrative and imaginary character.

This compositional and aesthetical point of view is reflected in their
piece “RE”, a combination of recorded live performances and produced
radio plays. With structure-borne sound converters which have been
attached to metal plates and with several field recordings, real and
computer-generated rooms have been brought together. As a consequence,
the listener perceives sounds which can either be recognized or not.
The intention is to establish a listening experience at the
intersection of realness and fiction.

The second part of the show will present the current project of two
artists living in Berlin. Francois Sallé (France) and Tatsumi Ryusui
(Japan) bring together their vision of experimentation – each in his
own way: Ryusui by playing guitar in his very own style, Sallé by
contributing field recordings and computer-generated sounds.Their
teamwork yields very intuitive performances with constantly different
progression and character. 88,4 mhz Berlin
Prod.: Henning Schärfke