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TRE® - Tension Releasing Exercises
Gewaltfreie Kommunikation - Nonviolent Communication
künstlerische, sozio-kulturelle und unterstützende Workshops
artistic, socio-cultural and supporting workshops
The Amazon. A forest? A stream? In any case a unique natural phenomenon. Macaws are flying over, crickets and cicadas are in the reed, during dusk and dawn a range of different frogsounds appear. A concert, happening each and every day and night.
Marcus Beuter brought back recordings from the Amazon and arranged them for the sound installation Acuisha.
Friday, 12th of July, 8 to 11.30 p.m. Nacht der Klänge (night of the sounds), University Bielefeld
Based on sounds recorded in Peru and Bolivia Marcus Beuter creates a live improvisation. Out of 4 speakers in the corners sounds appear, walk around, break. The audience amidst.
Saturday, 6th of July., 9 p.m., Capella hospitalis, Bielefeld
Last winter Marcus Beuter has been at an artist residency in the Amazon region of Bolivia. The field recordings he made led to the new sound installation Acuisha.
The sound installation will be set up for the first time at the Nacht der Klänge at the University of Bielefeld on the 12th of july.
In the jour fixe Marcus Beuter presents the sound installation and reports of challenges and experiences to get into the rain forest.
Acuisha is a term of the Ese Ejja, an indigenious language. Acuisha means thorn.
Monday, 1.7.19, 8 p.m., Capella hospitalis, Bielefeld
The sound installation subversiv is based on a concept of Willem Schulz, composition by Marcus Beuter.
The material of the installation is based on recordings by the musicians of the Cooperativa Ensemble:
Edith Murasova – Voice
Anke Züllich-Lisken – Voice, Monochord
Heidemarie Bhatti-Küppers – Text
Reinhold Westerheide – Guitar
Stefan Kallmer – Clarinet
Willem Schulz – Violoncello
Gerd Lisken – Piano
Angelika Höger – Kinetic Soundart
Peter Schwieger – Synthesizer, Electronics, Toys
Marcus Beuter – Laptop, Field Recordings
28.5. bis 24.6. 2019
at the main entrance of the main station Osnabrück
Marta Zapparoli meets Marcus Beuter.
Two field recordists in one electronic night.
Marta Zaparoli will play her composition sonata per eterna, Marcus Beuter will improvise in 4-channel with sounds of his recent journey across Peru and Bolivia.
Finally they meet in a free improvisation with field recordings.
The sound installation “sound lines” by Marcus Beuter will be audible in the entrance area of the Bunker Ulmenwall.
Friday, 24th of May, 8.30 p.m., Bunker Ulmenwall, Bielefeld
What is the sound of the Kulturamt Bielefeld? The house as an instrument, as a score. The trio Geplante Obsoleszenz with Angelika Höger, Peter Schwieger and Marcus Beuter works directly with the material of a space.
Wednesday, 22nd of May, 6 p.m.
Kulturamt Bielefeld, Kavalleriestr. 17
Two artists grant a single guest a special moment of intimacy: an improviser performance with voice and environmental sounds
Anna Bella Eschengerd – voice
Marcus Beuter – laptop
Saturday, 19.5., 7 p.m. to midnight
Kundencentrum Stadtwerke Gütersloh
What is the sound of the Wilde Rose Cultural Centre? The house as an instrument, as a score. The trio Geplante Obsoleszenz with Angelika Höger, Peter Schwieger and Marcus Beuter works directly with the material of a space. Willem Schulz interpretes the architectonical structures with his viloncello.
Thursday, 16/5/19 7.30 p.m.
Borgholzhausener Str. 75 – 79, 49324 Melle
A small passage inbetween pedestrian zone and backyard evolves to a Sound-Parcours. A kind of mobile concert. How does the passage sound like? How the spots close by?
6 to 11 p.m. continously
Passage Sparkasse – Süsterhaus
TRE® is an innovative series of exercises that assist the body in releasing deep muscular patterns of stress, tension and trauma. The exercises safely activate a natural reflex mechanism of shaking or vibrating that releases muscular tension, calming down the nervous system. When this muscular shaking/vibrating mechanism is activated in a safe and controlled environment, the body is encouraged to return back to a state of balance.
Tension & Trauma Releasing Exercises (or TRE®) is based on the fundamental idea, backed by research, that stress, tension and trauma is both psychological and physical. TRE®’s reflexive muscle vibrations generally feel pleasant and soothing. After doing TRE®, many people report feelings of peace and well-being. TRE® has helped many thousands of people globally.
TRE® is designed to be a self-help tool that, once learned, can be used independently as needed throughout one’s life, thereby continuously supporting and promoting personal health and wellness.
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