Shift KV594

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© Christina Leitner, Frauke Von Jaruntowski
W. A. Mozart's composition Adagio in F minor (KV 594) for an organ work in a clock becomes a synesthetic experience in the project Shift KV594, materially visible, audible and tangible.
Adagio in F minor (KV 594) A project by
achim Bornhöft , Marco Döttlinger , Lisbeth Freiss , Christina Leitner and Frauke Von Jaruntowski
SHIFT KV594 performs the selected Mozart work on a digitally controlled Jacquard loom (Textiles Zentrum Haslach, 2023). Mozart's composition becomes a fabric. The Jacquard loom becomes an instrument. Mozart's tones become an experience in haptics, materiality and color. The Adagio in F minor for an organ work in a clock becomes a
"a textile/electro-acoustic project.
Idea and realization
achim Bornhöft, Marco Döttlinger, Lisbeth Freiss, Christina Leitner and Frauke Von Jaruntowskiski

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