This open structure was designed by Gerrit Rietveld in 1955 for Sonsbeek Park in Arnheim for the exhibition of small sculptures. In 1965 it was rebuilt in the sculpture garden of the Kröller-Müller Museum on a site Rietveld himself selected. According to the principles of Neoplasticism, Roland Emile Kuit invented sound and elaborates upon it. He engages in research as a ‘sound architect’. Kuit constructed between 2010 and 2017 virtual electronic systems where spectral chaos was converted to serial sound constellations. On this album Kuit balances on the interface between research, architecture, music, sound art and space. Neo-Plasticism and sound converged in the pavilion.
Roland Emile Kuit: Kyma
The world premier of this work was 9 July 2017 at Rietveld Pavilion Kröller-Müller Museum Otterlo. The Netherlands
“I would best describe Roland Kuit as "an agent of change".
With that said, he is also a vital re-newer of the possibilities that exist within the electronic music realm. In the context of renewal, Roland is blazing new trails in an often overlooked musical genre. He defines and refines his craft and yet one can capture evolutionary, revolutionary and disruptive compositional methodologies which are stimulating and fulfilling. To be honest, I really am not aware of anyone presently that is doing what Roland Kuit is in the compositional realm”.
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