17th Feb : Performance with Tatiana Heuman and Ján Solčáni + Simon Whetham @ Dai Hall
music performance with Tatiana Heuman and Ján Solčáni + Simon Whetham
open 19:00 – / starts 19:30 –
@ ame Dai Hall, 29/30 Princess Alexandra Walk, Huddersfield
£5 / £3 concession
Three electronic musicians make a buzzy night at Dai Hall with sounds, objects, videos, noise and full of ideas.
Tatiana Heuman and Ján Solčáni are in the midst of working with two subtraction cutting designers, Julian Roberts + Mariam Bendeliani, for a week In collaboration with Design and Architecture Department of Huddersfield University, ame will delightedly deliver a workshop and showcase that think of patterns, ideas and sculptures. This night is an extra show to the public. not to be missed!
Her musical career began playing trumpet and drums with the free improvisation band Ricarda Cometa around 2009. Her unique approach to musical production was founded essentially in a free, intuitive and experimental self-made territory where genres and tags are fluid and in permanent mutation.
By 2014 Tatiana had already started her solo electronic music project. After two EPs released in 2014 and 2016, her first album was out in August 2018: ‘QEEI’ released on the label Astro Nautico (NY). Her aesthetic language has also been enriched through the collaboration with artists from all art fields but mainly working on sound design and music composition for films and performing arts.
In the academic context, Heuman has studied Dance, Corporal Expression (UNA), Expanded Music (UNSAM) and is currently starting her Master in Media Arts in KHM, Cologne, Germany.
Tatiana actively develops a series of music production laboratories and workshops with the principle of understanding audio processing as a means of manifestation. She is part of the communities #VIVAS (female* sounds platform) and TRRUENO crew, both based in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
His activities lie between field-recording, curatorship, theory and VJ-ing. In his PhD research he focuses on the phenomena of our culture that are perceivable and expressible with sound – via listening, sound work, sociological imagination, recording, reinterpretation, oral and audio history and acoustic ecology. As a curator and university teacher he is interested in the processes of sharing knowledge and giving voice to the “invisible”. He collaborates with Tatiana Heuman setting up visuals for her live sets based on homemade-footage processing. His academic background is in aesthetics, new media theory, sound and listening as a part of his current PhD studies. He is a member of collective and label Skupina and cultural space PRAHA.