Krube
Vibrance brings together a selection of artists working with acoustic activity as primal material through the angle of cross-disciplinary practice. It acts as a catalyser of contemporary practices in the field of sound, open hardware and performativity, aiming to stage a scenario in which presence, simulation, chaos and fictional control operate as protagonists.

 Stallgewitter is the project of Daniel Löwenbrück and Marcellvs L. Daniel Löwenbrück is a German performance artist and composer of tape-music. His live-performances are of a concrete, poetic, ritualistic, therapeutic, and sometimes humourous nature, and often bordering on the absurd, mixing partly the tactics of the european art avantgardes (Actionism, Fluxus) with contemporary acousmatic music. Marcellvs L. is a Brazilian artist currently based between Berlin and Seyðisfjörður. He works in both video and sound, he has exhibited internationally since the mid 00’.

Martin Howse

Martin Howse’s The Dark Interpreter/Dissolution subjects the human voice to material and crystalline process, to dissolution and to the voice-less noise of angels. Working with and through the electric modulation of the human voice as light passed through a crystal, The Dark Interpreter/Dissolution unites deep earth currents and atmospheric signals with vocal bone and tongue fragility, bringing to the light a new technological animism.‘,

Martin Howse is occupied with an artistic investigation of the links between the earth (geophysical phenomena), software and the human psyche (psychogeophysics), proposing a return to animism within a critical misuse of scientific technology.

Alexander Schneider is a Berlin sound artist who has been working under the moniker Krube since 1999, creating musique concrète, electroacoustical compositions and field recordings.

CODED CULTURES IN OPEN HARDWARE IS A PROJECT BY (RIAT), RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY