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Old 07.02.2007, 12:35 PM   #1
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in vienna

Did anybody know about this?
Did anyone go?
now i feel kind of....."oh shit, once there's something like this in austria, i miss it"
so, what was it all about?


http://www.festwochen.at/index.php?i...L=1&detail=109

Under Construction: Reverse Karaoke

Into the City

MAK-Nite, Performance by Jutta Koether (D)
Tue, 15 May, 8 p.m., free admission

Installation “Reverse Karaoke” by Kim Gordon and Jutta Koether
16 to 22 May, Tue 10 a.m. to midnight, Wed-Sun 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
MAK, Stubenring 5, 1010 Vienna

Free admission

With their installation “Reverse Karaoke”, visual artists and musicians Kim Gordon (Sonic Youth) and Jutta Koether (Texte zur Kunst) invite visitors to make their own music. Starting with a bass track featuring the prerecorded voice of Kim Gordon, anybody can do what they want according to the do-it-yourself principle.

“Reverse Karaoke” is made up of a yurt-type tent, in whose interior a small low-fi recording set-up is installed. Decorated like a small, Bohemian-style oasis with canvas, glitter, wood, velvet and fake fur, the tent also harbours music instruments and recording devices. In keeping with the do-it-yourself philosophy, visitors are encouraged to make music – either alone or together with others – parallel to a vocal track by Kim Gordon. In addition to an instruction video with Kim Gordon and Jutta Koether for making music in the tent, five rubber stamps are provided for CD cover designs. Two CDs are burned of all recordings produced – one is taken along by visitors, while the second remains in the tent throughout the exhibition (for the “Reverse Karaoke” collection) so that other visitors can listen in.

www.myspace.com/itc07

Into the City is supported by Arbeiterkammer Wien.
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