Lesza // audiostage performance - Jarek Kordaczuk
Biomedical electrodes used in music. Attached to the hands, they read the muscle tension and turn it into a voltage change. Audio control by means of electrodes. Triggering sounds using sensors, motion sensors, distance sensors, gyroscopes, pressure sensors, force sensors, stress sensors. Performer with electrodes stuck to her body. A track about the forest. Sounds of the forest, water, sounds of air, sounds of nature. Musical experiment with the participation of electrodes and sensors. Electric sound systems. Sonokinetic work.

Lesza An audiostage piece for a dancer, electrodes and motion sensors Composer: Jarek Kordaczuk Performer: Izabela Kościesza Commission: Audio Stage festival Audiostage Lesza (Lesha)an audiostage piece for a dancer, electrodes and motion sensorsComposer: Jarek KordaczukPerformer: Izabela KościeszaLesza (Lesza-Borana) is the ruler of forests, trees, the donor of wood. And such (wooden) is the building material of this piece. The stimulation of sounds takes place through the interaction of a dancer/performer with sensors in the sensory field. She has biomedical electrodes attached to the body and her movements are read by distance sensors, which she is surrounded by. The sounds of sticks, bark, cones, leaves and air in the hollow holes, stimulated in this way are rather reproduced than processed. However, the recording methods used in their acquisition make it reach our ears from a different perspective than usual. Unrealistic sometimes.Year of premiere: 2017Place of the world premiere: Instytut Teatralny im. Zbigniew Raszewski, WarsawCommission: Audio Stage festivalGenre: an audiostage workDuration: 18 minAssembly time: 30 minThe size of the stage: 4x4 m2Scene type: roofed Sonokinetic works Małgosia Wawruk Sensor matrix Experimental music Installations Coral music Solo pieces Improvised music Acousmatic music Electronic Music Monoctone Pieces for children Jarek Kordaczuk mp3 Dark Energy Agnieszka Kołodyńska Pantomime Electroacoustic music Vocal-instrumental music Instrumental Music Musical interpretations of fairy tales Compositions Adam Smoczyński Sacred Music EWI ProForma Theatrical music Jan Brzechwa Julian Tuwim Sebastian Wypych Poetic song Sung poetry Jarosław Kordaczuk Arrangements Videoclips Animations Titelituralia Onomatopeic compositions Theatre of Sound A Room Full of Fairy Tales Children's Art Centre Cezary Konrad Krzysztof Herdzin Basia Raduszkiewicz Music for children

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Jarek Kordaczuk
All projects
All projects
Basia RaduszkiewiczImprovised music
Children's Art CentreInstrumental Music
MonoctoneVocal-instrumental music
Musical interpretations of fairy talesTheatrical music
Acousmatic musicPoetic song
Music for childrenTheatre of Sound
Experimental musicPieces for children
Electroacoustic musicOnomatopeic compositions

Lesza

An audiostage piece for a dancer, electrodes and motion sensors

Composer: Jarek Kordaczuk
Performer: Izabela Kościesza

Commission: Audio Stage festival


Lesza
Lesza (Lesha)
an audiostage piece for a dancer, electrodes and motion sensors

Composer: Jarek Kordaczuk
Performer: Izabela Kościesza





Lesza (Lesha)

an audiostage piece for a dancer, electrodes and motion sensors

Composer: Jarek Kordaczuk
Performer: Izabela Kościesza

Lesza (Lesza-Borana) is the ruler of forests, trees, the donor of wood. And such (wooden) is the building material of this piece. The stimulation of sounds takes place through the interaction of a dancer/performer with sensors in the sensory field. She has biomedical electrodes attached to the body and her movements are read by distance sensors, which she is surrounded by. The sounds of sticks, bark, cones, leaves and air in the hollow holes, stimulated in this way are rather reproduced than processed. However, the recording methods used in their acquisition make it reach our ears from a different perspective than usual. Unrealistic sometimes.




Year of premiere: 2017
Place of the world premiere: Instytut Teatralny im. Zbigniew Raszewski, Warsaw
Commission: Audio Stage festival
Genre: an audiostage work
Duration: 18 min
Assembly time: 30 min
The size of the stage: 4x4 m2
Scene type: roofed