Natural and animal subjects acting as mirror images of society take up a central role in Ingeborg Strobls objects, installations, collages, paintings, photographs, films, and publications. Pluralistic diversity has been governing the methodical understanding of Pop Art, Minimal Art and Conceptual Art since the 1960s. Various aspects of the current exhibitions inspired us for the program of „Supermixen“. Claes Oldenburg’s humorous depiction of everyday objects as symbols of imaginations, desires and obsessions of the capitalist world find its musical equivalent in “When the wind blows” by Juliana Hodkinson. Christoph Herndler’s graphic scores appear like geometric-abstract art. In Alvin Luciers work we experience sound as physical phenomenon. Performative aspects play an important part in the presented works of Simon Steen Andersen, Magdalena Meitzner and Stuart Saunders Smith. Also on the program: works by Carlo Ciceri, Rebecca Saunders and Mikel Urquiza.
Fidelio Trio for viola, cello and piano (1988) 12’
ARSA (requiem per V.) for viola (2007). 3′
Withinnan Study for Inside Piano (2019) 3′
Supermixen for viola and cello (2001) 8′
When the wind blows for piano, toys and audio (2009) 4’.
Simon Steen Andersen
Study for strings instrument for viola (2007) 5’
Stuart Saunders Smith
Delbert for solo percussion (1990/94), 4′
The High Priestess (2015) for three performers, 4-5’
Opus Latericium for flute, saxophone, clarinet and piano (2018) 14′