Musicians & Fine Artists

Hiroko Komiya (J)
object sound, percussion and voice
Lorenzo Colocci (I)
flute, electronics
Rainer Korf (D)
Wieland Moeller (D)

Hiroko Komiya
expresses the sound from the air, space, movements, inner body, memory and transforms into the sound without bound melody or rhythm.
Plays object sounds; stone, water, sea shells, toys, daily life objects and percussion; metal bowls, bells and voice.
Her musical idea is to remind us there is subtle hidden voice and whispering of each object/material themselves around us. She let them out in resonance with respects for them.
Her sounds are said as if it’s blowing a new life into the objects, and her expression evokes new sensation to the breath or movement of listeners.
As for the voice, her voice arises from inner body and brings back our lost memories.
Lorenzo Colocci
is an Italian composer, flautist and improviser working with new extended techniques and electronics.
In 2013 he released his first album “The Ropesh” and in 2014 the Live-Album “Studio Konzert”, booth published by “Neuklang”. In the same year he is composer and musician for the project “I Musei Officine Creative", published and distributed by RaRa records.
He Wins the “Initiative Musik” artistic aid from the German state department of Media and Culture (2013) and the competition “Jungen Deutsche Jazz Preis” in Onsabrück with his quintet.
He actually lives in Berlin being involved in numerous projects related to improvisation, noise, avant-garde and audio visual
Rainer Korf
is a violinist, composer and songwriter.

As violinist in the Inselorchester with AXEL PRAHL tours in German-speaking countries.
2000-2010 As songwriter the project HERZBLUT with mostly english songs.
As violinist in various song projects and as sideman of Pete Wyoming Bender and
Eva Kyselka.
1990-1997 In BERLIN performance projects (Akira Ando)

As a conceptualist he directed international improvisation festivals from 1992 to 1997
on which traditional compositional techniques have been performed with the help of music theatre, instructions for playing and structural instrumentations. They dramaturgically opened playing forms for large individualistically defined improvisation groups ( up to ca 40
musicians ):
-THE STAR 1992,
Tacheles / Peter Edel / Berlin Ensemble

Activity as violin teacher
Also composes various chamber music and orchestral works as well as
Theatre music productions ( Schauspielhaus Bochum)

As a violinist he has been involved in various performance projects with dancers and painters ( DIE NEUEN
Tadashi Endo, Solomon. Experimental violin in combination with electronics.



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Wieland Moeller
is a Berlin based drummer, sound artist and performer in the field of jazz, improvised music and contemporary dance.
He studied at the Rotterdams Conservatory, Rhythmic Conservatory Copenhagen and Berklee College of Music.
He has been a scholar of the Berklee College of Music and Goethe Institution Germany. Environmental strains and the evolutionary process of the pieces of music stimulated by them are especially important for his work.
Wieland works as a drummer with international bands of different stylistics, e.g.the Akvariet Trio and Sander Baan Quartet.
He has been guest at the Buenos Aires Jazz Festival, Jazz International Rotterdam and North Sea Jazz Festival, among others, and has toured Germany, The Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, Argentina and Island.
Being a composer and performing musician, Wieland Moeller has been involved in danceand theater projects and performances at the Biennale Berlin 2018, Junge Deutsche Oper Berlin, Reykjavik Dance Festival, Prague Dance Festival.
What does fascinate him when taking part in dance projects is to be able to make sounds visually real and motion audible.
He has worked with a.o.Kazuhisa Uchihashi, Markus Stockhausen, Klaas Hekman, Arild Andersen, Tobias Delius, Julyen Hamilton, Ingo Reulecke and Okwui Okpokwasili.

Phonoschrank (D)
Anneli Ketterer (D), Decrustates
Fine Artist

Berlin-based sound and performance artist.
Since 2015 he has been working on sound and improvisation with Butoh. He attended Butoh dance workshops in Berlin and Japan.
He is currently a guest artist in the class of Prof. Thomas Zipp at the University of the Arts in Berlin. Here he researches on the topic:
The process of interdisciplinary creation in the fine arts.
In another project, he accompanies a work on the foundation University of Hildesheim on the topic:
The common improvisation in sound and movement. The theatrical view of Kitaro Nishida.

He can be heard and seen at performances, concerts and exhibitions.
Anneli1Introduction of the Decrustate Project for Co-operation with the eX…it! Festival, Schloss Bröllin 2019

The Decrustate Collective expands the scope of the art project by offering Decrustates to interdisciplinary art projects within theatre, dance and performance. Especially our large-scale work like Decrustate Acre are suitable for interdisciplinary work:
Decrustate Acre is the original surface of an agricultural field with fresh tracks of an industrial seeding tractor.
It was decrusted 2017 on a field close to Schloss Bröllin.
With 5,6m to 5,2m it is so far our biggest work. It is weighing approx. 350 kg and is highly flexible:
it moves like a heavy carpet when hanging or being handled, for transportation it is even rolled like a carpet.
It is part of the Soil Gallery of the Decrustate Collective at Schloss Bröllin and has been taken once to Berlin to be shown at a public art intervention in front of the Brandenburger Tor for a smart mop for People4Soil, a European Citizen Initiative.

I see a choreography with about 70 + dancers carrying and moving this piece of earth during a performance. Decrustate Acre could slowly be picked up by people lying underneath, could be moved like a flying carpet or like a wave of earth, could be brought from the horizontal to the vertical by hands and then higher by a pulley.  

Due to its deep natural relief Acre can also be brought to life by its changing play of light and shadow in sunlight or under artificial lighting. It is possible to move on it barefoot or best with soft protection shoes since its surface is rough. There are dozens of handles all around and on the backside of the work for better grip. The backside with all handles is smooth.

Naturally there is other interdisciplinary work possible, see also

We are looking forward sharing our work with the participants of eX…it! Festival 2019.