公式イベント オポジット2017 十日目 DAY 10:メテ・ラスムセン & クリス・コルサーノ feat. ジム・オルーク & 坂田明

カテゴリ: 音楽

タグ: DKJP150 | Experimental | Folk | Japan | Jazz | 来日公演

開場 18:30 / 開演 19:30

料金 前売2500円 (ドリンク別)

19:30 メテ・ラスムセン & クリス・コルサーノ
21:00 メテ・ラスムセン & クリス・コルサーノ feat. ジム・オルーク & 坂田明 (Mette Rasmussen & Chris Corsano feat. Jim O’Rourke & Akira Sakata)



ニナ・ヴェンゲル (Nina Wengel)
トルビョーン・ベクマン (Thorbjørn Bechmann)
インアー・シャルフ (Inger Scharff) & メリ・コチ (Merih Koç)
Andreas Schulenburg


メテ・ラスムセン & クリス・コルサーノ
(Mette Rasmussen & Chris Corsano)

音楽批評家達から絶大な信頼を集めるデンマークのサクソフォン演奏家のメ テ・ラスムセンとアメリカのドラマーのクリス・コルサーノ。メテのクリエ イティブで歓喜を感じさせながら時に繊細な演奏は、彼女を世界でも指折り のアルト・サクソフォン奏者の一人として位置づけるに充分なものです。そ してクリス・コルサーノは、「オルタナティブ音楽の最高のドラマーの 100 人」に選出されています。二人は、純粋な原動力と開放感を半々にした、自 由なインプロビゼーション音楽を届けます。スーパー・デラックスのコンサ ートの後半では、もはや伝説といっても過言ではない日本在住のジム・オル ーク(ギター)と坂田明(サクソフォン)と一緒になります。二人は国際的にもインプロビゼーションと実験音楽への多大な貢献で大きな注目を浴びています。
メテ・ラスムセン (sax)
クリス・コルサーノ(d) (US)
ジム・オルーク(g) (US)
坂田明(sax) (JP)

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ニナ・ヴェンゲル (Nina Wengel)
Nina Wengel was born 1979, Aarhus, Denmark and is based in Copenhagen, Denmark. She has a MA from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, 2008. Nina Wengel is an artist working in many medias. Mainly though, she works with contemporary landscape painting, light installations and events.

トルビョーン・ベクマン (Thorbjørn Bechmann)
Thorbjørn Bechmann (1966) lives and works in Copenhagen. His works are mainly concerned about reflections on process and matters, through color and composititon. Lately he’s works have been formal abstaction in oil on canvas, but he is working in a broad range of medias, including video and photography. Thorbjørn Bechmann is showing at 4 different venues in Japan, this spring.

インアー・シャルフ (Inger Scharff) & メリ・コチ (Merih Koç)
Visual artists Inger Scharff and Merih Koç are contributing to the venue with the space-specific piece “Gate”. The duo is concerned with human’s penchant for self-editing and fear of banalities and clichés. However, what seems banal often appears more complex and nuanced when we take a closer look. The “GATE” consists of two fraternal sculptures that reflect each other. They have been formed so that they fit together. Their shapes depend on each other.They part from each other but they also belong together. Like culture to culture, people to people and artist/performer to audience/observer. Through attention and honesty in the process the artists wanted to explore how they realized their ideas. The piece has been created with a point of no return attitude that resembles musicians playing a concert. Like musicians and audience always prepare, the artist have prepared in terms of materials, dimensions, idioms and position in the room. After the preparations the piece was created in one improvisational take. The sculptures' fragmented idiom is inspired by the structure of classical busts and sporadically applied gold leafs, not to cover but to frame and emphasize the process. Placed on each side of the stage, they are creating an illusion of a gate to the experience (the picture above shows the models).

Andreas Schulenburg
Andreas Schulenburg (1975) was born in Germany and was later educated at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. Schulenburg works with several different genres and media – amongst other ceramics, drawing, felt and sculpture. Yet, his favoured media remains felt, which is used for both small objects, large sculptures and two dimensional pictures.