The Unexplored Pitch in the Misapplication of Ordinary Things
What is the audiovisual character of a thing? How can we sensually invent, re-interpret, and transform it within the context of a band? In December 2016, students of KISD became The Hacking Orchestra and digged deeper into the principles of misuse of objects and explored the modes of instant playing. The Hacking Orchestra invited its students and the public to an audiovisual live set on December 9 2016 at KISD. And as it should be for a real band – there were blenders mixed, wardrobes kicked, razors effected, referee high seats sensorized, marbels synthesized, water amplified, and TVs destroyed.
Two weeks project at KISD in winter term 2016, supervised by Prof. Nina Juric and Prof. Andreas Muxel. Team members where Dino Jin Tanaka, Dieter Pilger, Jakob Plöns, Kyosuke Ishii, Martin Samuel Simpson, Stefanie Grawe and Manuel Alejandro Juarez Saucedo.