die Reihe presents Seiji Morimoto – Performance
die Reihe. Contributions to auditory art and culture presents the Japanese sound artist Seiji Morimoto.
The last die Reihe. Beiträge zu auditiver Kunst und Kultur event during the Winter term 2017/18 and on the occasion of the Open Day of the Master's program Sound Studies and Sonic Arts, presents the Japanese sound artist Seiji Morimoto with a performance and talk evening at the University of the Arts Berlin at Lietzenburger Strasse 45 on January 13, 2018. At the same Morimoto will also be showing some of his works at Spektral-Raumohr from January 12-14, 2018.
die Reihe pesents:
Seiji Morimoto: Performance and talk
13.01.2018 | 6 p.m. | Performance "Sprite (2015)"
Universität der Künste,
Lietzenburger Str. 45, Raum 103
Seiji Morimoto: Ausstellung
12.-14.01.2018 | 4-8 p.m. | Ausstellung "Scopescapes (2017)"
Seiji Morimoto was born in Tokyo in 1971, studied musicology at the Kunitachi College of Music, where he graduated in 1996. During this period he began to play the electronic pieces by John Cage and his own sound performances. Since then he has been creating sound performances, installations and videos. In 2003 Morimoto moved to Berlin, has performed and exhibited in many international festivals including transmediale in Berlin, Experimental Music Festival in Munich. He is interested in the uncertain acoustic appearances between usual objects, for example water and stones, and the technical medium.
He has collaborated with Takehisa Kosugi, Keitetsu Murai, Olivier Di Placido, Francesco Cavaliere, Olaf Hochherz, Rius van Alebeek, Ignaz Schick, Luciano Maggiore, Crys Cole, Felicity Mangan, Alessandra Eramo, Nicolas Wiese, Kakawaka, Seijiro Murayama, Jamie Drouin, Hannes Lingens, Johnny Chang, Katsura Yamauchi, Makoto Oshiro, Yan Jun and many others.
An event by die Reihe in cooperation with Spektral-Raumohr.
die Reihe. Beiträge zu auditiver Kunst und Kultur
die Reihe. Contributions to auditory art and culture is an event series of the Audio Communication Group at Technical University Berlin and the Master’s program Sound Studies at the Berlin Career College at Berlin University oft he Arts.
Sound Studies and Sonic Arts