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HACK THE PANKE Festival

Leftover Klangwerk

Workshop | Ariel Orah and Johanes “Mo’ong” Santoso Pribadi (Soydivision Kollektiv)

Art Laboratory Berlin welcomes you to participate in the HACK THE PANKE Festival with various events like workshops, film screenings and walks on art, science and sound in Berlin-Wedding.


Leftover Klangwerk is a socially engaged and sonic art creation activity in the form of a participatory workshop and collective improvisation performance. The title is inspired by the English word “Leftover” refers to waste and the German word “Klangwerk” which means “sound creation”. The workshop was divided into three major parts. In the first part, participants will collect different kinds of waste objects from specific neighborhoods (based on the understanding of the characteristics and also the social-political history of that specific neighborhood). The second part will be building those waste materials into several self-made instruments. The third part will be presenting the instruments in an improvisation music performance. Inspired by circular design/upcycling methodology, both workshop and performance will introduce and invite the community to channel a form of freedom in the form of sound through the sound-making object, without the limitations of conventional music.

This project will be facilitated by Ariel Orah and Johanes “Mo’ong” Santoso Pribadi from the Berlin-based Indonesian art collective Soydivision.



Ariel William Orah is a sound artist, performer and curator. He was born in Bandung, Indonesia and has lived and worked in Berlin, Germany for the past ten years. His work and research interests include socially engaged art creation, social+climate injustice, as well as identity, memory, and scarcity. As part of his artistic practice, Orah works with various sound media, techniques and formats such as sound art, sound installation, sound performance, sound workshop, sound setting and sound composition for film and theater. Since 2008, Orah has presented his work in Germany, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Switzerland, Italy, Belgium, Australia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia. He is co-founder of the empathy-driven sound artist collective L-KW, the Berlin-based Indonesian contemporary art collective SOYDIVISION.BERLIN, and the non-profit arts and culture organization Diantara e.V.


Bangkok-born and Java-raised, Johanes “Mo’ong” Santoso Pribadi is an experimental music composer and instrument builder. His main area of study is music Nusantara, or the music of Indonesia.Mo’ong started his studies in Western classical music with a major in double bass, but soon moved back to his roots to explore the wisdom of Javanese folklore, He continued his Masters studies in the arts at the Indonesian Institute of the Arts, Surakarta, receiving a graduate degree in music composition supervised by composer Rahayu Supanggah. He was selected as a young emerging composer on IRC+ (International Rostrum of Composer) in 2015. Mo’ong has been involved with a variety of national and international projects in many different genres of music, and with multidisciplinary projects within modern dance, modern theater, contemporary puppet theater, installation art, and performance art. In 2015 he initiated the Limbah Berbunyi project, where he created and composed musical instruments from found objects or waste. Another recent work, Raja Kirik, is a Duo Experimental with musician and composer Yennu Ariendra about the war of narratives during the Dutch occupation in Indonesia. He has also worked as a sound designer and written music for several independent films.

Venue

Panke River
AnaConda Café terrasse
Uferstudios, Uferstraße 23, 13357 Berlin

Date and time

19 – 21 August 2022
10:30 am – 4 pm daily

CARRIED OUT BY

Ariel Orah and Johanes “Mo’ong” Santoso Pribadi (Soydivision Kollektiv)

FEES & REGISTRATION

Donations are welcome.
Please register here!

CuratorIAL TEAM

Tuçe Erel, Regine Rapp, Christian de Lutz

Cooperation partners

AnaConda Café
Uferstudios

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