マスキネル・テラピー、ザ・リビング・ルーム feat. 巻上公一

2017/05/18 木曜日

Maskinel Terapi, The Living Room feat. Koichi Makigamiマスキネル・テラピー、ザ・リビング・ルーム feat. 巻上公一

Open: 18:30:00 | Start: 19:30 - 23:59

SuperDeluxe

カテゴリーはないようです

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JAZZHOUSE(デンマーク)がスーパー・デラックスをテイクオーバー!

5月18日 プログラム
19:30 マスキネル・テラピー (Maskinel Terapi)
21:00 ザ・リビング・ルーム feat. 巻上公一 (The Living Room feat. Koichi Makigami)

Featuring:
ライブラジオ&DJ:The Lake
軽食:ミシュランスターシェフ René Warn (CLOU代役として)
チョコレート:Svenningsen Nordic Chocolatier
ビール:Mikkeller Tokyo
インテリア&デザイン:
・E-Types
・AMPD
・Engelbrechts
・Louis Poulsen & Kähler

デンマークアーティストによる展示:
・Nina Wengel
・Thorbjørn Bechmann
・Inger Scharff & Merih Koç
・Andreas Schulenburg

期間中はポップアップレストランとしてデンマークのミシュランスターシェフRené Warnが軽食(1300〜2500円)をご用意いたします。(レストランClouの代役としてRené Warnが担当いたします。)

5/15〜5/17のClou Gastro Eventはキャンセルとなりました
詳細についてのお問い合わせは [eva@jazzdanmark.dk](mailto:eva@jazzdanmark.dk)

チケット
Peatixは[こちら](http://peatix.com/event/242049/)
スーパー・デラックスもチケット予約受付中!

出演者詳細:

マスキネル・テラピー (Maskinel Terapi)
![/sdlx/170517-maskinel.jpg](/sdlx/170517-maskinel.jpg)
「Maskinel Terapi」は、サンドラ・ボスとヨーナス・オーレセンからなるサウ ンドアートデュオです。このデュオは、パフォーマンスとインスタレーショ ンの境界線を曖昧にし、拾い物を音源にします。留守番電話、筋肉電気治療 器、スリープ・マシンなどは、「Maskinel Terapi」のパフォーマンスによく出 てくる機械の例です。科学、治療や日常生活の古くて使われなくなった機会が蘇ります。斬新な音楽物語で、「Maskinel Terapi」はそれらの機会の、治療・催眠・テレパシーの能力を探ります。
メンバー:
サンドラ・ボス (midi-org, elec)
ヨーナス・オーレセン (church-org, pump-org, el-org, elec)

ザ・リビング・ルーム feat. 巻上公一 (The Living Room feat. Koichi Makigami)
![/sdlx/170518-LR-makigami.jpg](/sdlx/170518-LR-makigami.jpg)
現代北欧音楽で最も期待される音楽家の三人からなるザ・リビング・ルーム は、様々な響きとスタイルを一緒にして、エネルギーを感じさせる「場」を 生み出します。2014 年 4 月、ザ・リビング・ルームは巻上公一と一緒に、日 本で 6 本、ヨーロッパでも多数のコンサートをしました。日本のツアーでは、ロックバンドの HIKASHUや、有名な箏演奏家の八木美知依との共同パフォ ーマンスも行いました。この四人は自由なインプロビゼーション、エレクト ロニカとオープンなコンセプト作曲の世界で再会することを楽しみにしています。
メンバー:
トーベン・スネッケスタッド (reeds, elec)
ソレン・ケアガー (keys)
トーマス・ストロネン (d, elec) (NO)
巻上公一 (voc, thrm, mouth-harp) (JP)
ザ・リビング・ルーム: [torbensnekkestad.com/projects/the-living-room/](http://torbensnekkestad.com/projects/the-living-room/)
巻上公一: [makigami.com](http://makigami.com)

オポジット2017 [オフィシャルfacebookページ](https://www.facebook.com/OPPOSITE2017/)

ニナ・ヴェンゲル (Nina Wengel)
![/sdlx/nina.jpg](/sdlx/nina.jpg)
Nina Wengel was born 1979, Aarhus, Denmark and is based in Copenhagen, Denmark. She has a MA from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, 2008. Nina Wengel is an artist working in many medias. Mainly though, she works with contemporary landscape painting, light installations and events.
[www.ninawengel.com](http://www.ninawengel.com)

トルビョーン・ベクマン (Thorbjørn Bechmann)
![/sdlx/bechman.jpg](/sdlx/bechman.jpg)
Thorbjørn Bechmann (1966) lives and works in Copenhagen. His works are mainly concerned about reflections on process and matters, through color and
composititon. Lately he’s works have been formal abstaction in oil on canvas, but he is working in a broad range of medias, including video and photography. Thorbjørn Bechmann is showing at 4 different venues in Japan, this spring.
[www.thorbjornbechmann.com](http://www.thorbjornbechmann.com/index.html)

インアー・シャルフ (Inger Scharff) & メリ・コチ (Merih Koç)
![/sdxl/igner.jpg](/sdlx/igner.jpg)
Visual artists Inger Scharff and Merih Koç are contributing to the venue with the space-specific piece “Gate”. The duo is concerned with human’s penchant for self-editing and fear of banalities and clichés. However, what seems banal often appears more complex and nuanced when we take a closer look.
The “GATE” consists of two fraternal sculptures that reflect each other. They have been formed so that they fit together. Their shapes depend on each other.They part from each other but they also belong together. Like culture to culture, people to people and artist/performer to audience/observer.
Through attention and honesty in the process the artists wanted to explore how they realized their ideas. The piece has been created with a point of no return attitude that resembles musicians playing a concert. Like musicians and audience always prepare, the artist have prepared in terms of materials,
dimensions, idioms and position in the room. After the preparations the piece was created in one improvisational take. The sculptures’ fragmented idiom is inspired by the structure of classical busts and sporadically applied gold leafs, not to cover but to frame and emphasize the process. Placed on each side of the stage, they are creating an illusion of a gate to the experience (the picture above shows the models).

Andreas Schulenburg
![/sdlx/andtres.jpg](/sdlx/andtres.jpg)
Andreas Schulenburg (1975) was born in Germany and was later educated at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. Schulenburg works with several different genres and media – amongst other ceramics, drawing, felt and sculpture. Yet, his favoured media remains felt, which is used for both small objects, large sculptures and two dimensional pictures.
[www.charlottefogh.dk](http://www.charlottefogh.dk)

JAZZHOUSE (Denmark) take-over at SuperDeluxe! May 18th program: 19:30 Maskinel Terapi 21:00 The Living Room feat. Koichi Makigami Featuring: Live radio + DJ by The Lake Food by René Warn (Michelin star chef, substituting Clou) Chocolate by Svenningsen Nordic Chocolatier Beer by Mikkeller Tokyo Interior + Design by: - E-Types - AMPD - Engelbrechts - Louis Poulsen & Kähler Danish Art Exhibition: - Nina Wengel - Thorbjørn Bechmann - Inger Scharff and Merih Koç - Andreas Schulenburg Every night snacks and small plates (1300-2500 JPY) will be available from a pop-up restaurant at SuperDeluxe. The food is prepared by the Danish Michelin-awarded chef René Warn. (René Warn will substitute for Clou, who was previously announced.) Clou Gastro Event has unfortunately been cancelled. Contact [eva@jazzdanmark.dk](mailto:eva@jazzdanmark.dk) with inquiries. TICKETS Tickets on sake now via [PEATIX](http://peatix.com/event/242049/) SuperDeluxe also accepting reservations! Artist Information: Maskinel Terapi ![/sdlx/170517-maskinel.jpg](/sdlx/170517-maskinel.jpg) Maskinel Terapi is a sound art duo consisting of the two composers Sandra Boss and Jonas Olesen. The duo explores the borders between performance and installation, using found objects as sound emitters. Answering machines, electric muscle stimulators and sleeping machines are some of the ingredients often used in the performances of Maskinel Terapi. Here obsolete apparatuses known from science, therapy or the simple everyday life come to live again. Through new musical narratives, Maskinel Terapi explores the apparatuses' therapeutic, hypnotic and telepatic potential. Member: Sandra Boss (midi-org, elec) Jonas Olesen (church-org, pump-org, el-org, elec) The Living Room feat. Koichi Makigami ![/sdlx/170518-LR-makigami.jpg](/sdlx/170518-LR-makigami.jpg) Consisting of three of the most promising and explorative musicians from the contemporary Nordic music scene, The Living Room converges various sounds and styles of play into a sonically vibrant field. In April 2014 The Living Room performed six concerts in Japan, and even more in Europe, with Koichi Makigami. The Japan tour also included performances with the rock band Hikashu and acclaimed koto player Michiyo Yagi. The four musicians are looking forward to reunify in Tokyo in the realm of free improvising, electronica and open conceptual compositions. Member: Torben Snekkestad (reeds, elec) Søren Kjærgaard (keys) Thomas Strønen (d, elec) (NO) Koichi Makigami (voc, thrm, mouth-harp) (JP) Website: [torbensnekkestad.com/projects/the-living-room/](http://torbensnekkestad.com/projects/the-living-room/) Website: [makigami.com](http://makigami.com) OPPOSITE 2017 [official facebook page](https://www.facebook.com/OPPOSITE2017/) Nina Wengel ![/sdlx/nina.jpg](/sdlx/nina.jpg) Nina Wengel was born 1979, Aarhus, Denmark and is based in Copenhagen, Denmark. She has a MA from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, 2008. Nina Wengel is an artist working in many medias. Mainly though, she works with contemporary landscape painting, light installations and events. [www.ninawengel.com](http://www.ninawengel.com) Thorbjørn Bechmann ![/sdlx/bechman.jpg](/sdlx/bechman.jpg) Thorbjørn Bechmann (1966) lives and works in Copenhagen. His works are mainly concerned about reflections on process and matters, through color and composititon. Lately he’s works have been formal abstaction in oil on canvas, but he is working in a broad range of medias, including video and photography. Thorbjørn Bechmann is showing at 4 different venues in Japan, this spring. [www.thorbjornbechmann.com](http://www.thorbjornbechmann.com/index.html) Inger Scharff and Merih Koç ![/sdxl/igner.jpg](/sdlx/igner.jpg) Visual artists Inger Scharff and Merih Koç are contributing to the venue with the space-specific piece “Gate”. The duo is concerned with human’s penchant for self-editing and fear of banalities and clichés. However, what seems banal often appears more complex and nuanced when we take a closer look. The “GATE” consists of two fraternal sculptures that reflect each other. They have been formed so that they fit together. Their shapes depend on each other.They part from each other but they also belong together. Like culture to culture, people to people and artist/performer to audience/observer. Through attention and honesty in the process the artists wanted to explore how they realized their ideas. The piece has been created with a point of no return attitude that resembles musicians playing a concert. Like musicians and audience always prepare, the artist have prepared in terms of materials, dimensions, idioms and position in the room. After the preparations the piece was created in one improvisational take. The sculptures' fragmented idiom is inspired by the structure of classical busts and sporadically applied gold leafs, not to cover but to frame and emphasize the process. Placed on each side of the stage, they are creating an illusion of a gate to the experience (the picture above shows the models). Andreas Schulenburg ![/sdlx/andtres.jpg](/sdlx/andtres.jpg) Andreas Schulenburg (1975) was born in Germany and was later educated at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. Schulenburg works with several different genres and media – amongst other ceramics, drawing, felt and sculpture. Yet, his favoured media remains felt, which is used for both small objects, large sculptures and two dimensional pictures. [www.charlottefogh.dk](http://www.charlottefogh.dk)

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