A.001 [POLYMER 2021]

Videostill: Nazgol Emami

Effects. DIY. Loop. The first model of a new modular system presents its abilities. Rasperry Pi and circuit board in C# and Pure Data. Loop. Repetition, dissected, displaced and reordered. Variable bpm from one to sixteen parts. Loop. With stroboscopic lights and fog machine sound enthusiasts Tim Gorinski and Paul Faltz dismember sounds and spaces.⁠

Tim Gorinski studied media arts at the Kunsthochschule für Medien in Cologne. His works deal with rhythm, image and light montage, loops and performative electronic sound experiments, among other things.
Tim Gorinski works in the field of experimental sound art and film music, and as a sound desinger. His works are shown internationally at various festivals and exhibitions, for example at the Coolidge Corner Theatre in Boston, at the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, at the Roxie Theatre San Francisco, or at the Flurstücke Festival in Münster.

Paul Faltz is a media artist and tinkerer. He also works as a freelance cameraman for feature film and documentary productions.

Polymer is a concert series by ON – Neue Musik Köln based on a call from IV e&k supported by the city Cologne and the Ministry for Culture and Science of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia.