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Native Instrument

 
 

Native Instrument, duo al femminile basato a Berlino si muove tra field recordings, live electronics e voce. La ricerca di Felicity Mangan, sound artist australiana, parte da tracce sonore campionate di animali nativi australiani, diffusi sia in stereofonia che attraverso speaker autocostruiti riciclando materiali di recupero. Ha realizzato installazioni e suonato sia in solo che in collaborazioni in America, Giappone, Australia ed Europa. La norvegese Stine Janvin Motland è sound artist e vocalist. Compone collage sonori con materiali provenienti da diversi generi, linguaggi e tradizioni. Adopera un vocabolario minimalistico sfruttando l'uso esteso della voce e le possibilità acustiche performative. Ha lavorato a numerosi progetti di musica sperimentale e installazioni come The Subjective Frequency Transducer e Stine II. Il cd di debutto delle Native Instrument, Camo, è uscito per la Shelter Press.

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Native Instrument is a Berlin based sound collaboration bringing together the field recording archive of Felicity Mangan and the precise, minimal vocabulary of Stine Janvin Motland. Felicity Mangan was born in Australia. In different situations being solo performance, with other players or installation she plays back sound samples from an Australian native animal CD, either through a stereophonic system or often via hand-made speakers made from re-cycled and displaced objects. She has played in US, Japan, Australia and Europe in different formations. Stine Janvin Motland was born in Stavanger, Norway. Through the extensive use of voice and performative acoustic possibilities, she has worked on numerous experimental music projects and installations such as The Subjective Frequency Transducer or Stine II. She composes using sound collages from different genres, languages and traditions.