Circuit Fantôme

Season 2 Episode 2

Anastasia Koroleva + Zeynep Sarıkartal
Weekly series of Octophonic Pieces
curated by Anton Iakhontov

June 02 - June 03, 2023 | 18.00-22.00

      Veronikag. 24
      1170 Wien

About the Series

Live performance | Listening sessions

Circuit fantôme is a weekly performance series for octophonic music. It is put together by Anton Iakhontov and takes place in Vronihof, 1170 Vienna. 

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Circuit Fantôme Season 2 Episode 2
Anastasia Koroleva + Zeynep Sarıkartal

June 02, 2023   Friday
18.00 – 22.00   Listening session

June 03, 2023   Saturday
18.00 – 22.00   Listening session

Anastasia Koroleva — 1. Repercussions (2023), 10’48’’ | 2. Cueva Hermano Pedro (2019) 10’00’’ 
Zeynep Sarıkartal — 1. Converse, 6'25’’ (2018) | 2. Taste of Pearl, 8'47’’ (2023 / video work by Ulduz Ahmadzadeh) | 3. Pezevenk Herifler, 3'47’’ (2022) | 4. Keine Frau für Muhammed, 6'25’’ (2019)

What will happen in this Episode?

Anastasia Koroleva is the sound artist, interdisciplinary artist, performer. Based in Tenerife, Spain. Anastasia’s artistic interest lay in the study of the relationship between human and technology, the inclusion of natural and other agents in the process of creating art work, the impact of technology on sensority. The main medium is the sound.

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Zeynep Sarıkartal (1985, Ankara) is a sound-artist, improviser and researcher. She studied classical Piano in Ankara Bilkent Music School, had her Bachelor from Musicology in Istanbul Yildiz Technical University and her MA in University of Vienna in Ethnomusicology. Since 2010 she is based in Vienna and works as composer, improviser and sound artist in theater, film and multimedia projects, curates events, publishes articles, performs under the moniker ZS ZS.

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Anastasia Koroleva

Repercussions (2023), 10’48’’
The multi-channel composition consists of field recordings made during a long journey that includes three countries. Sound memories of the places where you lived add up to jittery and fragmented pieces of narrative. The changing events of the sound pattern combine inserts from conversations, recorded voices, whispers.

The discontinuity of the composition is determined by the imposition of several narratives on top of each other and combining them into a single sound story.

Cueva Hermano Pedro (2019) 10’00’’
The composition uses the author's sound material recorded during a trip to the island of Tenerife. The sounds of the mountainous terrain and the ocean are interspersed with the urban environment and the noise of the airport, forming a sound collage.

Cueva Hermano Pedro is the development of an idea about the contradictory relationship between man and nature, which is constantly changing its vector of development.

Zeynep Sarıkartal

Converse, 6'25’’ (2018)
Taste of Pearl, 8'47’’ (2023 / video work by Ulduz Ahmadzadeh)
Pezevenk Herifler, 3'47’ (2022)
Keine Frau für Muhammed, 6'25’’ (2019)