Residenz II

Beginn: Anfang Sept. 2017 – Kamp-Lintfort

Residenzkünstlerin: Anna Su Vejeliu (bildende Künstlerin & Musikerin) und Iewa Baranauskaite (Musikerin), beide Vilnius (Litauen). Regionale künstlerische PartnerInnen: Rüdiger Eichholtz, Sven Sander, Marius Luczynski, André Meisner, Tim Isfort (angefragt) und John Dennis Renken. Litauische Gast Musiker: Justinas Zylis und Rokas Beliukevicius


Kamp-Lintfort richtet die Landesgartenschau 2020 aus, und in der Stadt entstehen zur Zeit viele Projekte, Initiativen und Ideen, oft von bürgerschaftlichem Engagement getragen. Das große Ziel 2020 inspiriert und öffnet schon jetzt die Stadtgesellschaft. Diesen Prozess unterstützt SLFK III mit den Projektpartnern Kulturamt der Stadt Kamp-Lintfort, VHS Moers/Kamp-Lintfort und der Galerie Schürmann. So sind zwei Orte vorhanden, die für eine Kombination von landschaftlich inspirierter Grafik, Land-Art-Projektionen und Veröffentlichungen von im Projektverlauf entstehenden Fotos/Filmen sowie deren musikalischer Interpretation einen Arbeits- und Präsentationsraum geben. So arbeitet diese Residenz zugleich an der Bekanntmachung des neuen Standortes der VHS  Moers/Kamp-Lintfort, deren Präsentationen dort unter dem Titel „Offene Tür“ stattfinden werden.

 

Die finale Präsentation findet am 8. September ab 17:00 Uhr statt. Wir beginnen in der VHS ab 17:00 Uhr mit  der Vorbereitung der Tour durch die Stadt, einer Einführung und ab 18:00 Uhr beginnt die Präsentation. Das Format aus Projektionen und live Musikimprovisation findet zu jeder vollen Stunde an einem anderen Ort statt.
Geplant sind:
  • 18:00 Uhr – VHS
  • 19:00 Uhr – Lehrstollen / RAG Gelände
  • 20:00 Uhr – Rathaus
  • 21:00 Uhr – Galerie Schürmann/Fußgängerzone
  • 22:00 Uhr – Stephanswäldchen (nahe des Campus)
  • 23:00 Uhr – Kloster Kamp

Künstler:

 

Anna Su Vejeliu | [bildende Kunst] – [Musik]

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I was born in 1989 in Vilnius. All my life I remember myself as a musician. Long studies and later followed performances and gigs with various bands in Lithuania and abroad.

After being graduated in Lithuanian academy of music and theatre as a professional musician, I discovered photography and painting. This happened during my first visit to Austria where my brother and sister were both studying art. At that time I visited almost all possible museums in Vienna and was very impressed by the outstanding works of Albrecht Dürer, Leonardo da Vinci, Egon Schiele, Oscar Kokoschka, Gustav Klimt and others.

I started to draw everything around me using the technique I discovered in childhood. After practicing painting regularly I became satisfied with the results. So I can call myself a self-thought painter.

My first solo exhibition was held in the underground studio in Vilnius at February 26, 2016. Visitors saw my hand painted abstract books with the many pictures inside. Also I prepared series of paintings on “Walking” theme and more than 100 works made in a botanical garden.

In 24 of March followed another exhibition. It was 30 “Winter Skeches” for Skalvija Cinema’s cafeteria’s gallery.

From 11 until 31 of August, among many famous artists from Lithuania I participated in exhibition Jazz/Rock’n’Roll/Canvas held by Saint Jonas Street gallery in Vilnius.

At 2016 September I participated at “Young Painter Price 2017” contest. “Rashel / Things I do only with you” was printed in the catalogue.

My artwork „My city I  /  Tower of Gediminas “  is in a group exhibition at Paliesius Manor.

Artworks are possessed by various private collectors from Lithuania, Poland, Italy, Spain, Austria, Belgium, Netherlands and Israel.

As a musician this year I mostly work on my first solo album, performing and collaborate with my bands Jazz By Two and Volumetears ( Streles ) .

 

Iewa Baranauskaite | [Musik] – [Gesang]

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is certificated Jazz artist and a MA of Contemporary Academic Music Composition. In addition she is a vocalist, pianist, composer, manager and songwriter. In more than ten years she has played more than 200 concerts of original material in Lithuania and abroad. She has presented her music on the TV, radio, national and international festivals. In 2010, with the band Such’a’Trip she garnered first prize at Rebel Rock festival-competition. She has appeared in such international music festivals as „VOLT 2011“ (Hungary), „Vilnius Jazz 2013“ (Lithuania), “Visaginas Country 2013“ (Lithuania), “Granatos Live 2014” (Lithuania), „Šiauliai Jazz 2014” (Lithuania), „Platzhirsch Festival 2015” (Germany), “Sirenos Theater Festival 2015” (Lithuania), “Bliuzo Naktys 2016” (Lithuania) “Urban ’16 Art” (Lithuania), “Muziek Biennale 2016” (Germany) etc. As a musical theatre composer she successfully debuted in greek theatre director Cezaris Gražinis‘ performance Tamošius Bekepuris. In Dalia Tamulevičiūtė‘s festival of professional theatre the play won Best Interpretation of Lithuanian Classics and The Audience Choice awards in 2016. In the same year Ieva debuted as a composer of symphonic music. She was also participating in the project “Indian Classical Music Meets Jazz”, where she had the opportunity to work with the Indian master of tabla Hiren Chate. As a director and performer she appeared in the contemporary music project "L'innomable", performance was inspired by the novel of Samuel Beckett. In this project she was working with famous Lithuanian musicians and performers like Eugenijus Kanevičius, Arnas Mikalkėnas, Armantas Gečiauskas and Antanas Dombrovskij. The artist is open to various projects of multiculture and art synthesis, writes music for her bands, gives masterclasses in Germany for children, constantly collaborates with other musicians, managers and artists from India, USA, Belarus, Germany, China etc. Ieva works with the theatre “Cezario Grupe”. She is the leader of bands Such‘a‘Trip, esi, Jazz By Two and In albedo. Currently, she is composing music for theater, writing songs, participating in many project as a composer, singer, performer, keyboardist and manager as well. She is collaborating with German manager-artist Rüdiger Eichholtz and takes active part in international and Lithuania’s musical life. The musician tried her hand in several instruments, but she considers herself not so much a performer, but rather the mediator of the creative process. “I always prioritize what I play, not what instrument I use. Instrument is only the means facilitating the move of music from inside to outside”, explained Ieva.e

 

Rüdiger Eichholtz | [bildende Kunst]

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André Meisner | [Saxophon] – [Effekte] – [Loops]

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Sven Sander & Marius Luczynski (mediaDEVICE) | [Video]

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John-Dennis Renken | [Trumpet] – [Composition]

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John-Dennis Renken, Trompeter und Komponist, wurde in Bremen geboren und lebt seit 2001 im Ruhrgebiet. Zahlreiche Konzerte führten ihn durch die halbe Welt. Er spielte Konzerte, Festivals und Tourneen durch Deutschland, Marokko, Mittelamerika, Italien, Schweden, Tschechien etc., in verschiedensten Besetzungen, u.a. mit dem JJO NRW, BuJazzO, friendshipOFFbeat, u.f.o. Big Band, Oma Heinz, Orbits... Ebenso wurde er mit einigen Förderpreisen bedacht (u.a. JazzBremen, Young Energy) Zu dem trat er bei zahlreichen CD-, Rundfunk- und Fernsehproduktionen in Erscheinung, u.a. bei Radio Bremen, ARD und beim WDR.

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ANSICHTEN/DOKU:

Photos: John-Dennis Renken: André Symann, André Meisner:(1) ?, (2)Sebastian Lehmann

 

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