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Dorninger "Hisatsinom, über das Verschwinden" - CD/Digital

"Hisatsinom, über das Verschwinden" - the first part of a trilogy

Dorninger "Hisatsinom, über das Verschwinden" - CD/Digital

Dorninger "Hisatsinom, über das Verschwinden"
code: base 0168
release date july 2001
format: CD/Digital duration: 60:00 minutes
style: techno, IDM. concept album about vanishing, electronic, natural instruments, ambient

"Hisatsinom, über das Verschwinden" - the first part of a trilogy

"Hisatsinom, a piece about vanishing" consists of 10 interconnected parts.

Subject: The disappearance and transformation of cultural codes, demonstrated by the end of the culture of the Hisatsinom (Anasazi) in the Four Corners District (Utah, Colorado, New Mexico & Arizona). The pieces who are given titles like "The End of Chaco", "Synchronised Minds", "Relation, Etappe der Beliebigkeit" (= Relation, stage of interchangeability), "Kollektive Halluzination" (= collective halluzination) or "Silence" touch such themes as the synchronisation of the individual, the disposal of natural barriers or functionalism in music.
Music: The music mainly consists of electronic elements or electronically modulated natural instruments, accompanied by live-electronics, violin and singing.
Video: Two videos are projected on three screens, differing in material and surface. While in a kind of slideshow projection 1 is focusing on almost motionless extreme close-ups of organic material, projection 2/3 is showing text- and imageanimations (by Dietmar Bruckmayr) and piece related pictures.
More information on the Hisatsinom-project

The artists involved in this project are:
Wolfgang Dorninger (concept, lyrics, music, video)
Dietmar Bruckmayr (video, live video)
Martha Breit: violin
Manuela Pfaffenberger: vocals
David Eugene Edwards (Woven Hand): vocals



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Dorninger "Synchronized Minds" from Wolfgang Dorninger on Vimeo.


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