“huellkurven”, issue #5 : concerts, performances & release _ in wien



November 12th / 12. November 2016
h. 8:00pm
Saloon, Soundpoetry, Listening & Dialogue

venue: HUT
Sechshauserstrasse 28, 1150 Wien

soundpoetry performances und release of the 5th issue of the online sound poetry magazine dedicated to sound poetry, poésie sonore, lautpoesie, noise poetry, sound-text composition, auditive poesie, audio poetry etc.
with .aufzeichnensysteme, Dirk Huelstrunk, Martin Bakero, Günter Vallaster

supported by: GAV – Grazer Autorinnen Autorenversammlung

ISSUE #5 features works by
AG Davis / Beat Unternaehrer / Brandstifter / Dganit Elyakim and Eran Hadas / die grenzlandreiter / differx / Dirk HuelsTrunk / donna kuhn / Fletcher Nightwine / Grzegorz Kielawski / GS Smith / Jacinta Lynch / John M. Bennett / Lilian Beidler / Martina Claussen / Michal Rataj, Jaromír Typlt / mIEKAL aND / Nia Davies / Sebastian Bradt / Tobias Reber / UQ (Unamunos Quorum) and Jaap Blonk / Vladimir Vladda Miloykovitch (Vladimir Milojković)



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57680 vigil

Warily we watch as a re-alignment slowly takes form, first
noted only in our peripheral vision, but lately much
hardened as it comes into focus. A harbinger of an
unsettling period to come, unknowable, with an incipient
sense of promise, hand-in-hand with its mischievous twin,


57664 long shadows

A persistent atmosphere derived from eight looped fragments
of field recordings, which are combined with one found
excerpt from a scene that takes place in a clockmaker’s
shop, aspires to evoke the expressive light and long shadows
of a late summer’s day’s late afternoon.


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57651 cold fire

The mountains are a place where the bones of the earth rise
up out of the soil and the surface of the earth towers over
itself. At night, the clouds hang like a cold fire
smoldering in the moonlight, the deathly glimmer of that
frigid, distant sphere.


57616 behind a wall

What started as a simple field recording of a construction
site (now completely buried in the subsequent manipulations
that took place) has become by turns an extended moment
combining sonic voices of both contrasting and coincident


57426 sanahin

The late winter snows are wet and heavy, dripping profusely
in the afternoon sun. The air is cool and still as we pay a
visit to the 10th-century monastery of Sanahin, in Armenia’s
northern province of Lori. The name ‘sanahin’ translates as
“this one is older than that one.”