Norbert Möslang; Killer_KipperCave 12 Disques
C12 A02 LP
Long Playing Record
“cracked everyday electronics” – All of life consists of vibrations, and all of these relate to particular resonances. There are light waves, sound waves, microwaves… In this context you can start to combine things and, for example, use a radio as resonator for the waves from a remote control. And if it maybe doesn't work, then you just have to go on changing the fre quencies and looking for connections until you've cracked it. – Norbert Möslang
This sound piece was recorded on the 23.9.11 in the contemporary art building (Bâtiment d'art contemporain, Geneva), upon an invitation of the Cave 12 and the FMAC to the contemporary art festival (MAC 11). It is a live performance of 27 min performed with cracked electronics. The vinyl is the testimony of a powerful and greatly encompassing live experience.
Produced working closely with the artist, this disc is the affirmation of the very impressing and powerful work of Norbert Möslang. Which was, at the moment of his live act, a striking demonstration of masterly skills in the manipulation of "cracked everyday electronics".