I am pleased to announce my performance at Lab30 Media Art Festival 2016 in Augsburg, Germany.
FJARÐARHEIÐI is taken from the name of the 25 km mountain pass which connects the village of Seyðisfjörður to the nearest town of Egilsstaðir, East Iceland. On this often treacherous road, the visual and acoustic environments are transformed by dense fog, wind, rain, and snow storms, effecting a perceptual state of white-out or black-out leaving only an aftergrain. If afterglow refers to the light or luminance left in the sky after sundown, aftergrain is the sonic and visual grit that remains when most other frequencies are subtracted. Created together with Skálar | Sound Art | Experimental Music member Anna Friz, FJARÐARHEIÐI reflects the extreme oscillation between daylight and darkness characteristic of life over the year in the far north. Korabiewski performs with field recordings, cottage-built electronics, analogue tape, and feedback systems, accompanied by Friz’ monochrome two-channel photomontage.
More info: http://www.lab30.de/programm/fjararheii