Roland Emile Kuit
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Photogaphy: Karin Schomaker
The term sonic researcher best describes advanced-music and sound art composer Roland Emile Kuit. Via research,
exploration and experiment he is pushing the electroacoustic
field to new boundaries.
spans composition through sound art, sound-architectural
installations, collaborations with experimental artists,
designers and scientists and acousmatic performances.
Available at Donemus Publishing House of Dutch Contemporary
Classical Music. First Dutch Electroacoustic music
composer with his music into space by NASA's mission OSIRIS-REx
launched September 8 2016.
Album Rietveld Pavilion - Roland Emile Kuit
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. Neoplasticism and sound converged in the
premier of this work was 9 July 2017 at Rietveld Pavilion
Kröller-Müller Museum Otterlo. The Netherlands
26-07-2017 23:00 C.E.T.
Sound Art in Spain (1961–2016).
Produced by Roland Kuit
Photography: Karin Schomaker
Concert Roland Emile Kuit in Rietveld pavilion
Embark on a musical exploration with
sonologist Roland Kuit
As part of 100 years De Stijl Mondrian to Dutch Design, the
museum presents a concert by advanced-music composer Roland Kuit.
concert in the Rietveld pavilion in the sculpture garden, Kuit
engages in research as a ‘sound architect’.
14:00 - 15:00 hours
6731 AW Otterlo, The
28-06-2017 23:00 C.E.T.
Sound Art in Spain (1961–2016). part 2
Produced by Roland Kuit
Museum Kampa - The Jan and Meda Mládek Foundation Prague
Tomas Rajlich Zcela abstraktní
Right picture photography
by Karin Schomaker/Painting(s) by Tomas Rajlich
World premier "Tactile utterance" for Kyma extended string
quartet by Roland Emile Kuit
famaQ string quartet with David Danel and Roman Hranička – violins,
Ondřej Martinovský– viola, Balázs Adorján – violon,
Roland Kuit -
Kyma, Eliška Bejčková - sound
Photography by Gaudi
U Sovových mlýnů 503/2, 118 00 Praha 1-Malá Strana,
experimentátor Roland Kuit, jehož skladba zní ve vesmíru,
vystoupí v Praze na výstavě Tomase Rajlicha
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