TAVA XPERIMENTAL: Henri Hütt & Algorütmid, Exotikdot, Tatsuru Arai


Time of occurrence


Uksed KELL 20.00, programm KELL 21.00



New performance “INFLUENCER”

Duration: 30 min

In their new collaboration Henri Hütt and audio music duo Algorütmid (Mihkel Tomberg ja Roland Karlson) look for compelling and influencing relationships. The focus of the performative action „Influencer“ is set on manipulating states and scenes from the micro to the macro, from general to solitude. How does a state where all essential lies outside of the lit focus become influential? What is the relation between cold light and warm audio music?

An influencer is like a trickster whose magic powers allow him to create beauty and knowledge about perfection. The trickster is perfect. He has got a higher status than the ordinary magicians, just like court jesters used to have. The performance will ask questions from the trickster without the need to be perfect itself.

Henri Hütt is a (performance) artist whose work spectre varies from technology-dominated types of performances, audio shows, directed exhibitions, curating, writing, generating installative screenplays to other elusive genres. Henri’s focal point is staying in the duration because he who does a lot matters little to history. His creative variations of the past decade include screenplays that incorporate and embrace all local theatres and performance art centres but also microtonal flickering of empty space.

Different visions of masters of abstract rhythm structures,Mihkel Tombergi** and **Roland Karlsonijoin into a distinctive nuanced compound that unites opposites and the variations of all possible styles of electronic music. The distinctive feature of the soundscape of Algorütmid is complex processing of rhythms that break free from rather than help to define their genre. Their electronic audio music is adapted to the atmosphere, ranging from ambient spherical flotation to weekend party beats.

Algorütmid has created music to many of Henri Hütt’s screenplays, leading to collaboration in audio shows that have been performed at Kumu Öö and Üle Heli festivals, for example. As artists the trio deals with expanded fields of contemporary performace art and giving substance to audio art.



Duration: 30 min

Maria Pazi work relies on the meeting point between Perception and Science. Neither of them seems to present reality: the first one, subjective but limited by human senses, the second one, radically objective but impermanently evolving over time. By confronting ‘the sensorial’ and ‘the facts’, the artist is empowered to generate ‘Truth’ through Art. The concept of ‘Universe’ is recurrent in her work; a story told by Science that her perception has allowed her to experience (through meditation). The artist is also intrigued by the relation between human beings and their environment. Science has failed to warn us about our self-extinction, while our own Consciousness cannot reach a level high enough to prevent us from systematically breaking nature’s equilibrium.

As reality reveals at so many levels simultaneously, the experience of Art shall be a complex event. I aim my works to be immersive experiences for the audience, sometimes including participatory/interactive elements. I try to reach this aim by using a network of different media like live performance, sculpture, sound, light, electronics, text, and music. I have even pushed the sensorial aspect of my work through edible light installations and publication of a tactile artist’s book. My interest in perception has brought me to use Light and Sound as recurrent mediums, as they can be treated as ‘frequencies’ that trigger our most predominant senses.




Hyper Serial Music for Sound/Visual Performance “THERMO-TON”

Duration: 40 min

Sound and Visual performance “THERMO-TON” is the 4th chapter of Hyper Serial Music. The project expands on the history of serialism – an important 20th century method of music composition used by Arnold Schönberg, Karhleinz Stockhausen and Pierre Boulez, among others – by incorporating new technologies and new perspectives, including artificial intelligence.

In the history of music technology, Hyper Serial Music will add innovation to the principle of serialism three-point: "structural", "complex" and "noisy". Spanning from 1728 different noise patterns, these sounds are on the limits of human auditory perception. Developing and expanding the expression of Hyper Serial Music from past works (Arkhitek-ton [2016-17], Matters-ton [2017-18], Quantum-ton [2018-19]), in this new work titled “Thermo-ton”, the composer scrutinizes the dynamics of energy, from heat to cold, translating it to sound and video, using algorithms. The contrast between the imagery texture and context mixed with the various sounds structures, such as Hyper Serial Music, A.I. Music and classical music composed by himself, creates the maximum dramaturgy of this performance.


Tatsuru Arai

2003-2009 composition studies (BA) with Akira Nishimura,Toshio Hosokawa and Sunao Isaji at Tokyo College of Music. 2007 composition class with Bernhard Lang at Implus in Graz. 2009-2013 composition, computer-programming and multimedia-art studies (MA ) with Wolfgang Heiniger at the Hanns Eisler School of Music Berlin.

His works have been performed in over 40 cities in Europe, as well as Argentina, Mexico, Colombia, Tunisia, Japan, etc. Tatsuru Arai’s main artistic theme is integrating classical compositions with new technology, as in his opera „Vitruvian“ and „Trans-ages Music '', and presenting the fundamental physical nature of the universe in the form of perceptual experiences, that could say aesthetics of “geometric structure”. The human perception of sound, a physical phenomenon that influences human beings, and the “geometric structure” as the fundamental pillar that allows us to understand the true nature of the universe. It is a way to experience a part of the nature of the universe through sound.

From 2016 he has been composing Hyper Serial Music that will add innovation to the principle of serialism three-point: "structural", "complex" and "noisy". Hyper Serial Music is algorithm music generated by state-of-the art technology such as artificial intelligence rather than by native human intelligence only. He will be performing this work in over 60 cities.



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