Lampo announces its WS17 season, with six programs—and several special works to premiere in Chicago. Artists include Sarah Davachi, Lasse Marhaug, Sergei Tcherepnin, Jacob Kirkegaard, Olivia Block and Phill Niblock. On January 28, young Canadian composer Sarah Davachi makes her Chicago debut, at long last. Rescheduled from November, Davachi premieres a new composition for vintage synthesizers, harmonium … Continued
In this special performance, Edwin van der Heide presents several works in quad sound—Spatial Interferences, Impulse and Field of Overtones—all designed to deliver a uniquely physical experience for the audience.
Lampo also will screen Joost Rekveld’s award-winning film #11 (Marey <-> Moiré) (1999, 35mm) with soundtrack by van der Heide. In this abstract work, filaments of light converge and diverge to produce colorful stroboscopic patterns.
Edwin van der Heide (b.1970, Hilversum, The Netherlands) is an artist, composer and performer. The central theme of his work is the interaction of sound and space. In 1992, he graduated from the Institute of Sonology at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague. He co-founded the group Sensorband in 1993 with Zbigniew Karkowski and Atau Tanaka. Together with artist Marnix de Nijs he created the installation Spatial Sounds, which was awarded the Honorary Mention Prix Ars Electronica in 2001. He was one of the curators of the Sonic Light Festival in 2003, for which he initiated collaborations between musicians who composed special programs for a dodecaphonic sound system. Since 1995 he has taught at the Interfaculty Image and Sound from the Royal Conservatory and Royal Arts Academy in The Hague, Holland. His installations have been shown at V2 and the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. He lives in Rotterdam.