[3DMIN] Experimental Music Concert

Tomomi Adachi, Trio Brachiale and Tobias Purfürst

To celebrate the semester's first artist lecture, [3DMIN](http://3dmin.org) proudly announces three acts of experimental music.

Tomomi Adachi is Japanese performer/composer, sound poet, instrument builder and visual artist. Known for his versatile style, he has performed his own voice and electronics pieces, site-specific compositions, improvised music and contemporary music works by John Cage, Cornelius Cardew, Christian Wolff and others in all over the world including Tate Modern, Maerzmusik, Centre Pompidou, Tempelhof Airfield, STEIM and Experimental Intermedia. He has performed with numerous musicians including Jaap Blonk, Nicolas Collins, Jon Rose, TAKAHASHI Yuji and Carl Stone. He was a guest of the Artists-in-Berlin Program of the DAAD for 2012. He presents his rare solo performance in Berlin with his self-made instruments and interfaces.

Trio Brachiale plays improvised electronic/computer music with a wide spectrum of technological and musical approaches. Founded in 2010 in Berlin, it consists of Dominik Hildebrand Marques Lopes, Hannes Hoelzl and Alberto de Campo. All the Trio members work at the Berlin University of the Arts, teaching computational art and doing research on hybrid instruments. Trio Brachiale explores the possibility space of multi-instrument setups, and the music one can make with them. Its performances can range from strictest free improvisation to having a software conductor giving the members cues when to play with which instruments in order to structure the evolving musical textures. Surprise and be surprised!

Tobias Purfürst is a Berlin based producer/composer. His musical style covers a broad range of electronic music genres, from club tunes to experimental/conceptual compositions. One of his recent pieces is an improvisation, involving several sound generators, such as the Benjolin, No-Input Mixer and coil mic, competing with each other. Beside several collaborations and concerts with different musicians, his abstract solo work led him to play important places for experimental music, such as the ZKM, Feed and LEAP amongst others. 

3DMIN is a joint project between TU Berlin and UdK Berlin, investigating the design, development and dissemination of new musical instruments. The realisation of the 3DMIN project, and thus this concert is funded by the Einstein Foundation Berlin.