all:
book: bewegingen-movements Toine Horvers / Henk Geraedts 1990 - 1980 2019
book: bewegen - schrijven moving - writing 2019
Toine Horvers reading Hans Stevens 2018
book: liggen / lying 2018
Copying Charlois 2018
Double Spiral 3 2017
Rotation 2 2016
Rotation 3 for Tom Johnson 2016
Raag Suha 2016
Rotation 4 2016
DAY am/pm 2015
Rotation 1 2015
Language 2015
Arf Arf and friends 2015
Chartres, one voice 2014
real space/real time 2014
waves 2011 2013 - 2015
News of the world 2013
Chartres, one hour of sound in a Gothic Cathedral 2013
Mei, geluid van vogels.... 2013
words live 4 2013
one voice 2012 2013
Beijerkoppen 2012
One Voice (S. Vriezen) 2012
cd box Tochnit Aleph, Berlin 2012
Magaio Unison 2012
Zeetijding De Pavilljoens 2012
rolling 6 Luchtsingel 2012
singelstemmen 2012
zangvolgels (singing birds) 2012
magaio panorama 2011 = 2012
Copying as a ritual act 2011
Copying as a ritual act 2 2011
zeetijding Maassluis 2011
Vozes de Magaio 2011
Music & Film 2011
copying as a ritual act, publication 2011
Sound scape 2010
Bakkum Panorama 2010
Writing Lecture, performance 2010
Intimate Selfportrait performance 2 2010
Writing Lecture, publication 2010
Book Tor line Panorama 2010
Dordtselaanportretten Deventer 2009
Words Live 2 2009
Rite 3 2009
Nombres de Calles 2009
Words Live 3 2009
Book Names, sections of the Ear 2009
Tor Line Panorama 2009
Book Names: sections of the Head 2008 - 2009
Tim Etchells' selfportrait 2008
Tim Etchells` selfportrait, performance 2008
Doorzicht 2008
Names: Sections of the brain 2008
Dordtselaanportretten 2008
Words Live 1 2008
Panorama's 2007
Subway solo 2007
Light selfportraits live 2007
Lichtkrant (Light-journal) 2007
Eurasia Poznan 2007
Book Light selfportraits 2006 - 2007
Cross Fading Lights 2006
The Bible 2006
book: Inis Oírr panorama 2006
Book: Intimate selfportrait 2006
portraits (Kunstvlaai) 2006
Waves 2006
Subway NY 2006
Trajecten 2005
Intimate Self portrait 2005
Sub urban video lounge 2004 - 2014
sub urban video lounge 2004 - 2014
Subway 2004
Inis Oirr panorama 2004
Passers-by 2004
Scheepshoorn (ship's horn) 2004
hoi 2004
Names: head and neck 2004
Rubbings 2004
Passers-by: waves 2004
Limestone 2003
Clouds live 2003
Inis Oírr Panorama in four directions 2003
Het Heiligdom (Sanctuary) 2003
Passers-by: clouds 2002 - 2003
Hart-slag (heart beat) 2002
Clouds (Finnegans wake) 2002
Data 2002
Lokaal 2002
Names, Orbit 2002
Names The Brain EMC 2001
Zeetijding (Ship's names) 2000
Names: Head and Neck, colour 2000
Puszcza Bialowieska 2000
Stream 6 (Calveen) 2000
Dag- Nacht (Day-Night) 2000
Ulice Warszawy (streets of Warsaw) 2000
Rivierenland 2000
Names: sections of the ear 2000
Names: Mourne mountains 2000
Silence Gothique 1999
Paysage Sonore 1999
Sections of the Ear (anatomic library) 1999
Zeetijding, Performance 1999
IJsselstein Zenderpark (proposal) 1999
Names: Donegal north 1999
Passers-by: Dordtselaan 1999
Names, coronal and sagittal sections of torso 1998
Names, sections of the head 1998
Names: coronal of the body 1998
Names: ear/orbit 1998
Names, The brain axial sections 1998
Portraits 1998
Europa 1998
Portretten 1998
Names The head coronal and sagittal sections 1997
Names, sections of the Head 1997
names: city maps 1997
Portrait 1997
Registraties 1996
Names: sections of the head 1996
Names: the world meridians 1996
De huid van de Witte Dame 1996
Clouds 9 1995
Names: Crossing Australia 1995
Lecture7 1995
A passage way 1995
Stream 4 1995
Oíleain Arann 1995
Tivoli 1995
Stream 5 1995
rite 1994 - 2009
ringwave 5 1994
Stream 2 1994
Lecture 6 1994
Rite 2 study 1994
Sprong (Jump) 1994
Collection 1994
Rite 1 1994
Water levels: tidal areas 1990 1994
Ringwave 5 1994
Study for Rite 2 1994
Wasserstände Rhein Deutschland 1989 1993-1994
water levels rivers 1990 1993-1994
The weather in numbers 1993 - 1994
The bells of Voorne/Putten 1993
Europe 1993
Names: Tasmania 1993
Plan drawers 1993
Lezing 5 1993
De klokken van Voorne-Putten 1993
Clouds 7 1992
Waves 5 1992
Clouds rolling 1990-1994
The weather in text 1990 -1992
Clouds 4 1990
Lezing 1 1990
Ring 1990
Clouds 5 1990
Lichtwolken 1990
Pauken (Kettle drums) 1990
Lichtconstructie 1990
Lezing 3 1990
Crossing voices 3 1990
Clouds 6 1990
Tide 1990
Lecture 4 1990
Clouds 8 1990
Stimmen 2 1989
Schreiben 2 1988
Linia Dzwieku 1988
Wave 4 1988
Day (Beurs) 1988
Clouds 1 1988
Clouds 2 1988
Oktet 3 1988
Ringwave 4 1988
Vagues 1988
Crossing Voices 2 1988
Dziekanka 1988
Ringwave 2 1987
Ringwave 3 1987
Rolling 5 1987
Rolling 6 1987
Oktet, Welle für Kassel 1987
Durchschnitt 1987
Wielka 1987
Rolling 1 1986
Study for wave 1986
Twilight 1986
Stimmen 1986
Rolling 2 1986
Ringwave 1 1986
Waves 2 1986
Rolling 3 1986
Crossing Voices 1986
Rolling 4 1986
Etmaal voor Berlage 1985
Day 1985
balance 6 1985
meeting 1 1985
Wall 2 1985
Crossing 1984
Study for Crossing 1984
Wake 1 1984
Balance 5 1984
Balance 4 1984
Balonnen 1984
4 bewegingen 1984
Grenzen 1984
Towers 1983
Lifting 2 1983
Lifting 3 1983
lifting 1 1983
Balance 3 1983
Markeren (marking) 1983
Double Spiral 1 1983
Spiral 2 1982
balance 2 1982
Spiral 3 1982
progression 1982
Wall 1982
rolling 0 1982
Blok 1 en 2 1982
Projecties 1982
Spiral 1 1981
Size - time 1981
Hekwerk (fence) 1981
Bridge 1981
Bridging 1981
Kantelen (Toppling) 1981
Hoek 2 (Corner) 1981
springen 1981
Hangen 1981
kantelen (toppling) 1981
Segmenten 1981
hoek 2 1981
Trap (Stairs) 1981
Be-tekening 1981
Transformations 1980 - 2017
Talud 1980
Balance 1 1980
kijkvorm 2 1980
Schroef (Screw) 1980
Hoek 1 (corner) 1980
kubus 1980
van rond tot hoekig 1980
Sprongen 1980
Kijkvorm 1 1979
Entrees 1979
Self portrait expose yourself 1970
schrijven 1

Music & Film


A presentation of works in which music and film are
conceptually interwoven, either by collaboration
between filmmaker and musician or by the
individual artist who combines both disciplines.

PRESENTATIONS

Jacky Sawatzky NL/CA / Wende Bartley CA Soundlines 2010
Jacky, Dutch artist since many years living and working in Canada, works with different media, but prefeberably with video. This turns out in sometimes very clever and witty project based works, like Cats Revolt! - a project wherein Uma (the cat) expresses her concerns regarding the realtionship between humans and their laptops. sometimes using complicated digital media techniques lik in 
Social Metronome, a portrait of a backally in Vancouver seen through the 'eye' of a programming language, which project we showed in Sub urban video lounge.
In Soundlines, a quite lyrical work, Jacky collaborated with the Canadian composer Wende Bartley: A panoramic camera-movement through a forest after a violent storm, is combined with a sound scape existing of three female voices and a layer of electronic sounds.
Wende Bartley lives in Toronto and is a composer of electroacoustic music, writing in a variety of media, including computer music, film, dance and concert music, experimental radio documentaries, and a recent work with pilot virtual reality technology. In many of her compositions she combines live voices or acoustic instruments with electronics. Soundlines will be performed with the voices of Cora Schmeiser, Stephanie Pan and Inga Schneider

Pierre Bastien NL/FR Sounds can dance 2011
In his performances Pierre is both musician and live video editor. Since many years he builts and operates his automatic orchestra from Meccano- elements powered by electro-motors, in combination with other automatic play tools. By activating his 'machines' Pierre creates a sort of a soft techno-sound, while playing along on the trumpet. Over the years he expanded his orchestra with turntables and uses video cameras to show the delicate movements of his machinery on a large screen. While playing he is constantly busy manipulating machines and camera's and sounds.
Pierre Bastien studied eighteenth-century French literature at University Paris-Sorbonne. He started building his musical machinery in 1977 and composed for many years for dance company Pascal Comelade. Since 1987 he concentrates on his mechanical orchestra through solo performances, sound installations, recordings and collaborations with such artists as Pierrick Sorin, Karel Doing, Jean Weinfeld, Robert Wyatt or Issey Miyake.

Karel Doing NL / Michal Osowsky NL/PL Liquidator 2009
The black and white documentairy film Haarlem, 1922 by Willy Mullens, underwent serious material damage over the years. Some years ago the film was restored as much as possible. Film-artist Karel Doing was inspired by the visual appearance of the damage. He confronted the film with new digital techniques like Optical Flow and Morphing, thus giving it a fascinating new life. Polish/Dutch composer and performance artist
Michal Osowsky developed a soundtrack which is directly connected to the images. He transformed the density-changes into a musical sound scape using complexe filters and distortions, partly performed live. Karel Doing is a filmmaker whose experiments with all aspects of film resulted in an enormous variety of works, ranging from experimental films with found footage, live film-performances in collaboration with musicians, dancers and visual artists, up to computer generated video animation. Michal Osowsky studied electro/acoustic music at the Institute of Sonology in Den Haag, classical composition at the Rotterdam Conservatorium and followed courses in interdisciplinary performance at
IRCAM in Paris.

Heleen van Haegenborgh BE Zen For Film (Nam Yum Paik 1962 - '64)
she is a young and promising Flemish pianist, who besides performing contemporary compositions, also initiates interdisciplinary projects in collaboration with dancers, filmmakers, visual artists and improvising mucisians from various musical and cultural backgrounds. Her repertoire contains compositions by mostly 20th century composers like George Crumb, Morton Feldman, Thomas Smetryns, Alvin Lucier, Tom
Johnson...... She studied with famous piano performers of contemporary music like John Tilbury. Some years ago Edwin Carels, art-programmer of International Filmfestival Rotterdam, approached her with a request to develop a musical concept for Zen For Film (1962 - '64) by Nam Yum Paik. In her performance, during which a 16 mm blanco film is screened, she layers live recorded sounds, amongst of which those of a prepared piano, related to the densification which takes place in the film screening by the collection of dust in the run of time.

Marcus Kaiser D Unterholz #7 2009
German musician and visual artist. Studied cello at the Robert Schuman musikhochschule in Düsseldorf, and visual arts at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf by Klaus Rinke wo was a sixties pioneer in exploring seriality and movement in time and space. Since years Marcus participates in Düsseldorf-based international composers collectiv Wandelweiser. From 1997 he organizes the Space for interdisciplinary presentations Kaiserwellen. Marcus creates large-scale performative installations which include architecture, objects, video-projections and performing musicians, in which music an film are equivalent disciplines. He himself always appears in his projects as a performing musician, either live or filmed. In Unterholz #7 Marcus will perform together with musician and leader/initiator of Wandelweiser Antoine Beuger and flemish pianist Heleen van Haeghenborgh.

Florian Cramer / Cora Schmeiser NL/DE Coraria 2009
Cora, incredible singer/voice-performer specialized in medieval and contemporary music. She explores the voice in as much as possible directions, performs most extreme works like Kurt Schwitter's Ursonate and Récitations by Georges Aperghis. Besides her performances Cora also puts together programs and concerts in the Netherlands and Germany. She was a great co-organizer in the Sub urban event series Words
Live 2008/2009. I see Florian as an artist who approaches technical processes in vision and sound as exploring them again from the basics. His background is 'comparative literature and art history combined with practical experience in computer programming, Unix computing, software and copyleft culture, experimental arts, poetics and aesthetics'. In the video piece Coraria, 2009, Cora performs one part of John Cage's Aria
(1958). Florian shows Cora's performance in the colours that were given in Cage's score for Aria, in which the performer has to use a particular
voice for each given colour. The work is beautiful in its simplicity, as close as possible to John Cage's concept. I asked Florian to come up with a
live version of this work. We are very curious.

Faces NL Mumler 2010
Mumler was devloped from a collaboration between filmmaker Joost Van Veen, electro-musician/composer Huib Emmer, guitarist/songwriter
Lukas Simonis, Cello Player Nina Hitz (CH) and Forte Piano player Kaoru Iwamura (JAP). 
Image & Sound are equally important in the works of Faces. Joost Van Veen made the images, Emmer & Simonis - with a strong influence from the other members of the group - wrote the compositions. Joost van Veen's screenings are often live performances in collaboration with artists from other disciplines, in which improvisation
plays an important role. The musicians in the group are all people who work in various ensembles and settings on an improvisational basis.
Mumler is inspired by the 19th century American engraver and photographer of the mind William Mumler. The atmospheric mix of footage from early films with electronic and acoustic sounds creates a both esthetic and amusing experience.

PROJECTIONS

Danielle Lemaire NL Electronic Playboxes 2005 1:57
Danielle who is drawing, painting, singing, performing, also makes video works which sometimes have an autonomous live, sometimes are part of her performances. In whatever she creates, she always expresses a love for handcrafts, folk art, housewives art, the friendly simple things that decorate our lives.
In Electronic playboxes, which is an animation with flowers, she combines the soft rhythm in the appearance of the flowers with the lovely music box sounds by which image and sound fully melt together. But it would not be according to Danielle if there was'nt some strange unexpected change in sound and image.

Klaus Wyborny DE Studien zum Untergang des Abendlandes 1979 - 2010 fragment New York 7:00
'Studien zum ....'
which was successfully screened in this years Rotterdam International Film Festival, is a hallucinating experimental work in which music and image are interwoven in a very radical system: for each note of the string quartet in Schönbergs twelve-tone system, an new image appears on the screen. This very severe connection between the basic elements of music and stills taken from mostly industrial
surroundings forced into an artificial movement, creates a metaphysical and at the same time poetic experience.

Arnold Marinissen / Rob Marinissen NL Prepared Forest 2008 8:00
Arnold is the most versatile and creative percussionist I know. Since many years he plays an important role in the Ives Ensemble and travels around the world with performances where he works together with singers, dancers and visual artists.
Many important contemporary composers wrote pieces to be performed by Arnold who often combines his percussive activities with singing and/or speaking. In Prepared Forest, a collaboration with his brother and filmmaker Rob, Arnold beats trees with enormous pieces of wood, thus creating a sort of jungle techno which is both beautiful and funny.

year2011
locationGoethe-Institut Rotterdam
brief descriptiona presentation of live artworks in which music and film are conceptually interwoven
performed byKarel Doing Michal Osowsky Jacky Sawatzky Wende Bartley Cora Schmeiser Stephanie Pan Inga Schneider Pierre Bastien Heleen van Haegenborgh Lukas Simonis Huib Emmer Nina Hitz Joost van Veen Kaoru Iwamura Florian Cramer Arnold Marinissen R
curatorToine Horvers
photographyKoos Siep
project or eventSub urban live


© Toine Horvers:
Music and Film in Goethe-Institut Rotterdam
© Toine Horvers:
Jacky Sawatzky/Wende Bartley/Cora Schmeisser
© Toine Horvers:
Florian Kramer/Cora Schmeiser
© Toine Horvers:
Pierre Bastien
© Toine Horvers:
Heleen van Haegenborgh
© Toine Horvers:
Marcus Kaiser
© Toine Horvers:
Karel Doing/Michal Osowsky
© Toine Horvers:
Faces