Vienna Biennale of Change 2021: Sounds of the Living

For the closing of the Vienna Biennale exhibition, Natalia Domínguez Rangel and Robert Schwarz perform atmospheric soundscapes based on field recordings and the musicians' sound archives in Otto Wagner's famous Kassenhalle. (Live Sets)
Natalia Domínguez Rangel (NL/CO)
is a composer/sound artist living and working between Vienna and Amsterdam. Her work has been connected with architecture, acoustics, technology and nature. She is interested how sound affects and resonates with a body physiologically and psychologically, and how critical listening deepens, extends and set connections to other acoustic ecologies not only to the anthrophony.

Robert Schwarz (AT)
His background lies in both architecture and computer music. Across a handful of labels, he's presented musique concrète, field recordings and experimental works, and he's participated in exhibitions with some of Europe's most prominent institutions for adventurous art practices. He is the co-founder and curator of the Viennese festival ''PARKEN; Or, Live in the Park'', which aims to mediate experimental forms of music in public spaces and co-author of the works ''Los Bar'', ''Strookoffer'' and ''Lax Bar'', a series of artist run spaces in Los Angeles, Brussels and Vienna. Recently he presented a row of debut releases with side projects like She Was A Visitor, Privat, L/R and Augsburger Messer.

The exhibition is open from 11 am.

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Natalia Domínguez Rangel:© Simon Veres,
                                       Robert Schwarz: © Anna Breit
Natalia Domínguez Rangel:© Simon Veres, Robert Schwarz: © Anna Breit