Üle Heli Festival & Soeine Bac

Soeine Bac (Canada)
Born in South Korea, Soeine is a Canadian performance artist. She merges visual art, sound art, and dance in a form of performative action. In these site-specific performances, she incorporates movement, objects, sound, and space. Improvisation plays a crucial role in her work, driving her process of merging with space in spontaneous movement and sounds.
Her intention is to remove the conventional separation of sound from movement by using them both during the performance. The movements will be generated in the context of sounds that naturally arise during the performance. She is not, precisely speaking, a sound artist, but a performance artist exploring sound for her movement in the context of Sound Art. This is what makes her work different from most sound artwork.

During her residency at Copper Leg, she will create a site-specific improvised performance “No Man’s Land”. In this performance, she will dance to consecrate the space that belongs to no one. She wants to imagine No Man’s Land as a place where we can find true humanity, outside the conflicts created by ideologies. Here, survivors who refuse to fight can care for one another, no matter what side they used to belong to. It is a place where men stand in their purest existence, as animals striving to survive, neither evil nor angelic.

Artist homepage: https://soeine.info/

“No Man’s Land” will be on display at the Rae Schoolhouse on Sunday 20 October as part of the Üle Heli festival. On the same evening, more performers will follow: LIEVEN MARTENS MOANA (be), VERA DVALE (no), GATESLEEPER (ee), TAAVI SUISALU (ee), FLIGHT CRASH INVESTIGATION (ee).

Event info: https://www.facebook.com/events/891650224540482/

There are many more exciting performers on the festival schedule!

Festival Schedule:
http://www.ule-heli.ee/programm/

Open Doors Day / Takashi Ikezawa + Jarek Lustych

Sunday, August 18, 2019
19:00 – 21:00 Open Doors Day at Copper Leg Art Residence + Takashi Ikezawa & Jarek Lustych art objects presentation.

Two new artists in our art residency have been working hard and now we invite you to participate in the opening of their art objects on this Sunday at 19:00.

Also visitors can see in the vicinity of Rae School House the installations and outdoor objects from the previous artists in residency, Federica Cogliandro & Giulia Lanza (ITA), Shishkin – Hokusai (RUS), Tanel Saar & Art Container (EST), Simon Whetham (GBR), Alexander Kamelhair (USA), Chad Stayrook (USA), Noolegrupp (EST).

Takashi Ikezawa
Takashi started as a copperplate engraver and printmaker. He lives in the suburbs of Tokyo and has been working as the director of the Tsukuba Art Center since 2013. He was a victim of 2011.11.3 Fukushima and was born between the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bomb memorial days. Therefore, he has had a desire for human peace since childhood.

In recent years, he has worked on many outdoor installations, creating works on the theme of nature and symbiosis. At Copper Leg Art Residency, he is creating an art piece titled “Mind Arrow”. This work is inspired by the Japanese archery target. A traditional Japanese archery target made from charcoal is centered around the flagpole, the flag reproducing the target of Japanese archery. It represents Mother Earth and Father Sky. An arrow has been released from Father Sky.

Tsukuba Art Center: https://www.tsukuba-art-center.com/

Jarek Lustych
Jarek is a Polish visual artist who for the past twenty years has been creating mostly for and with specific sites. However, amid a hailstorm of global unbridled production, he is embarrassed to add any new objects to this excess. His work usually explores existing entities, sharing authorship with them. They are not just a background, but they become an active component of a piece of art. By using their unique properties, his projects aim to manifest imperceptible aspects of the environment.

At Copper Leg Art Residency, he is acting as a curator for nonhuman entities. Jarek has prepared an instrument to evoke the voice of Pirita river, believing that by having its own song the river is a subject with rights and that this awareness makes it difficult to use violence against it – hence towards nature in general.

Artist web page: http://www.lustych.art.pl

See you on Sunday!

Supporters: Lipuvabrik OÜ, Tanker
Event location: https://goo.gl/maps/6dGAE3mzerP2
FB: https://www.facebook.com/events/912661162403311

Open Doors Day / Jahyun Kim & Stephanie Felber

Friday 01.02.2019
18:00 – 21:00
Open Doors Day at Cooper Leg Art Residency
19:00 – 20:00
Jahyun Kim and Stephanie Felber
 
You are invited to explore the residency space and engage with snippets about the current research of the two resident artists, sound and movement experiments by Jahyun Kim and Stephanie Felber.
 
Jahyun Kim (Seoul, South Korea)
She majored in classical music composition and is interested in technology, computer programming, the structure of music, creation of composition systems, non-musical sounds, visualization of sounds, and different forms of classical music. During her residency in Copper Leg, for some purpose, she collects data on local weather information, public transport intervals, and the soundscapes of the surroundings. Something new and not yet experienced is in creation.
 
Stephanie Felber (Munich, Germany)
appropriates during her stay through „Thingummy-Studies“ a dialogue between objects and choreographic structures. Which domestic movements are we producing by using objects? How do we react if the object is not there anymore?
 
Jahyun Kim: http://klovesmart.wixsite.com/mypage
Stephanie Felber: http://stephanie-felber.de
Event location: https://goo.gl/maps/6dGAE3mzerP2
Copper Leg Art Residency: http://copperleg.rae.ee
 

Supporters: Rae Parish, Rae Cultural Center, Tanker.

Stephanie Felber’s video works at Copper Leg Art Residency:

End of Summer Season

Friday 31.08, 19:00 – 22:00 End of the summer season in Copper Leg Residency

19:00 Art tour
19:30 Erik Alalooga catalogue presentation
20:00 Erik Alalooga garage concert “Breaking News”
20:30 DJ Buddyman aka Kingo + light installation “R, G, B house”

Friday, August 31.
It’s no big news is that the summer is about to end, but the breaking news is that maestro Erik Alalooga is enriching Copper Leg Residency with his presence. That’s not all – he has to show freshly printed sizable catalog of his works and there is also under construction a site-specific noise concert called “Breaking News” in an old metal garage. We will start the evening with an art tour where you can see the outside objects and installations of past Copper Leg Residency artists including members of the Art Container (Kilian Ochs, Tanel Saar, Janno Bergmann), Federica Cogliandro & Giulia Lanza and Shiskin – Hokusai, Simon Whetham and Chad Stayrook. The evening will end with listening to vinyl records and with the presentation of a light installation called “R, G, B house”.

Everyone is welcome to Rae School House (Ussiaugu tee, Vaskja village, Rae parish) on Friday 31.08.2018

The keyword is “43”!

http://copperleg.rae.ee
Location: https://goo.gl/maps/6dGAE3mzerP2
Public transport: http://vilandert.ee/schedule.php?id=5&lang=est

Windchasers on Wormhole road …

It is said that each end is a new beginning. So, a new start will happen with the piano which was destined for disposal. It has been waiting for its moment in the Copper Leg Residency garage throughout the long winter. This hardworking but tired musical instrument will be brought into focus with the help of our new resident, sound artist Simon Whetham from Bristol, England. The focus of his work is to open and to make heard the sound potentials which are existing in the room or in the environment, through a performative presentation or through an installation activity.

Simon has worked extensively in international cooperation with dancers, musicians, visual and video artists. In addition, he has published his musical compositions on various sound media and has previously participated in the Mooste Guest Studio (MoKS) program in Estonia. In general, his lifestyle is a progression from one residency to another and this has been going on for 7 years now.

So, if you are getting tired of life around the football World Cup, it’s time to get some fresh air and come on Saturday 07.07 from 15:00 – 18:00 to the Open Doors Day of the Copper Leg Art Residency, where you can meet with Simon Whetham and his creations.
If the weather allows enough sun and/or wind, then the piano can certainly be heard making sounds. In any case, the artist will finish the day with a sound experience.

Event info: https://www.facebook.com/events/462692057485519/
Location: https://goo.gl/maps/iqo3zu7Xmuj
Simon Whetham website: www.simonwhetham.co.uk
Bandcamp: https://simonwhetham.bandcamp.com/music

Open Doors Day / Simon Whetham art piece presentation

Saturday 07.07
15:00 – 18:00
Open Doors Day in Copper Leg Art Residency

Simon Whetham
16:00 Presentation of artwork
17:30 Sound performance

Saturday 7th July
From 15:30 to 18:00, guests can explore residency space & its doings. At 16:00 we will open a new installation at the Rae Schoolhouse courtyard, by author Simon Whetham, a sound artist in our residency from Bristol, England. In addition, you can see the works of other authors who have been in the Copper Leg Residency. Outside objects from the members of the Art Container (Kilian Ochs, Tanel Saar, Janno Bergmann), Federica Cogliandro & Giulia Lanza and Shiskin – Hokusai. Open Doors Day will conclude with Simon Whetham’s sound performance from 17:30 to 18:00 at Rae Schoolhouse.
Everyone is welcome to Rae School House (Ussiaugu tee, Vaskja village, Rae parish) on Saturday 07.07.2018

The keyword is “Jamie Oliver”!

http://copperleg.rae.ee

Location: https://goo.gl/maps/6dGAE3mzerP2