Berlin based Sound Art label Corvo Records organized a live – Festival to celebrate its 10th anniversary on 12–13 September 2020.
The focus of timeless 10 – Corvo Festival lies on voice research, graphic notation and re-interpretation of the catalogue.
With works by
Nicolas Wiese, Audrey Chen, Isabelle Duthoit, Neo Hülcker, Joke Lanz, Martyna Poznańska, Robin Hayward, Korhan Erel, Laura Mello, Tony Buck & Magda Mayas, Kusum Normoyle, Jonas Kocher, Vinyl -terror & -horror, Alessandra Eramo, Gilles Aubry, dieb13, Elena Kakaliagou & Ingrid Schmoliner.
With the participation of: Maria Iorio, Raphaël Cuomo, Dr. Cornelia Lund
Featuring: Abdeljalil Saouli, DJ Fred Hystère
In cooperation with
Month of Contemporary Music Berlin
Initiative Neue Musik Berlin, Bezirksamt Pankow von Berlin – Fachbereich Kunst und Kultur
Kindly supported by
Österreichisches Kulturforum Berlin, Pro Helvetia – Swiss Arts Council, Mariann-Steegmann-Stiftung
Corvo Record is a label for sound art and contemporary music that was founded in 2010 in Berlin by the graphic artist Wendelin Büchler and the artist and vocalist Alessandra Eramo. Corvo Records has established a reputation and sharpened ist profile through the release of highly acclaimed LPs, curatorial work and organizing concerts, participating in the growth of Berlin’s sound and art scene.
For Blind Score Postcards, an audiovisual premiere of compositions and their graphic notation, international artists from the Corvo Records sphere are commissioned to create a graphic notation. These scores were then sent to another artist, who is given the task of interpreting them musically. Seven compositions and their interpretations were shown at the timeless 10—Corvo Festival. It was the first time for those involved to hear their own postcard translated into sound.
Vinyl -terror & -horror
Magda Mayas & Tony Buck
Maria Iorio & Raphaël Cuomo
All photos by Cristina Marx, except where otherwise indicated