Ewa Trębacz's "Polish Music Today" is Second Inversion's album of the week

July 07 2014

Ewa Trębacz's solo CD Polish Music Today: Portraits of Contemporary Polish Composers has been selected as the album of the week by King FM's Second Inversion, their online channel devoted to contemporary music.

The album is available to stream at the Second Inversion SoundCloud channel, or on their website at:, where you can also find a interviews with Ewa and Josiah Boothby (French horn, collaborator on much of the disc release).

Portraits of Contemporary Polish Composers: Ewa Trębacz

Polish Radio, Polish Music Information Center and Polish Composers' Union (ZPK) released Ewa Trębacz's monographic CD as part of the new series Muzyka Polska Dzisiaj (Polish Music Today), promoting new works created by contemporary Polish composers, living and working in Poland and abroad.  The CD includes 5 works by Trębacz, created between 2000 and 2013, ranging from solo works with electronics to large orchestral works with ambisonic sound.

Stelios Manousakis: Guest Artist in Discussion at ZKM (Karlsruhe, DE)

July 02 2014

Stelios Manousakis, currently a guest artist at the ZKM | Institute for Music and Acoustics in Karlsruhe, Germany (Center for Art and Media), will present his work and discuss with ZKM | IMA director Ludger Brümmer and with the public. The focus will be on Hertzian Field #1, a reactive surround sound environment he created during his residency at ZKM.

Stelios's interest in the physical yet invisible radio spaces created by WiFi networks and their interaction with architecture, objects, and our own bodies, led him to discover an obscure surveillance technique and reverse-engineer it for artistic purposes, for performative and installation-based work. The first of a series of pieces to come, Hertzian Field #1 features an innovative system Stelios developed to sense and sonify human bodies within a space, their movement and its patterns, by listening to changes in the flow of ordinary WiFi waves. Multilayered analysis of WiFi interferrence is used to generate a responsive enchanted space, immersing performers and visitors in a hybrid ethereal field of electromagnetic and acoustic waves.


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ZKM | IMA Lab No.25

Thursday, July 3, 2014 | 6 p.m. | ZKM_Cube

Lorenzstraße 19
Karlsruhe, Germany