❤ Digital release ❤
2020 - 40 min.
This two-tracks release is made of recordings the duo made in November and December 2019 during two live shows alongside their friends from [ a n y m a ] who built and run analogue modular video synthesizer SYNKIE.
Side A was recorded during [ a n y m a ] 20th anniversary celebration festival in Fribourg, Switzerland. This three days event was exhibiting the most relevant projects related to the collective, among which was the Biblioteq Mdulair & Synkie analogue audiovisual collaboration.
Side B took part to a screening event at Cinema Spoutnik in Geneva Switzerland, featuring analogue films by Jordan Belson, John Whitney, Tony Conrad, Vidya Gastaldon, Bruce Conner and Stephen Beck alongside performances and installations. The event was part to a larger exhibition entitled "By Repetition you Start Noticing Details in the Landscape" that took in several places in Geneva.
BIBLIOTEQ MDULAIR is an orchestra made of vintage laboratory analogue function generators played by polish/swiss/french duet Emma Souharce and Daniel Maszkowicz. With oscilloscopes, frequency sweeps, and primitive electronics generators of all sorts, this sound installation produces repetitve waveforms, exploring vibrations, tickeling resonances, and creating breathing beats for a truly hypnotic noise experience.
Biblioteq Mdulair is mostly a music instrument, but the collective often performs with the analogue modular video synthesizer SYNKIE, driven by its creators Michael Egger, Max Egger and Flo Kaufmann from swiss collective [ a n y m a ]. This massive double installation creates a total audiovisual symbiosis with dozens of CTR televisions, for the most intense and fascinating laboratory for sensorial experimentations. This full setup has been shown at CERN, European Center for Nuclear Research, and in several Eastern European galeries while touring in 2017. Biblioteq Mdulair released their first LP in may 2018 with label Copypasta Editions and Aussenraum Records.
*Recorded at [ a n y m a ] studio, Fribourg and Cinema Spoutnik, Geneva / Switzerland
November and December 2019 *