Roland Emile Kuit
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Photogaphy: Karin Schomaker
The term sonic researcher best
describes modern 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.
"Landscapes of a Voice" by Roland Emile Kuit
Trajectories, or migrations, in the vocal
Triptych of the De Stijl
Part II - De Stijl and the Poetry of Sound
In times of great changes this work of sound art as a tribute to
the experimental poetry. In 1920, Theo van Doesburg, Piet
Mondrian and Antony Kok formulated their ideas in the style in a
manifesto about the literature: the naturalistic clichés which
provided by the produced dramatic word movies and books, per meter
and per pound, contain nothing of the new rules of their lives.
Those new rules they would create themselves.
Centraal Museum Utrecht: Rietvelds Meesterwerk: Leve De
by Bertus Mulder
Photography by Ernst Moritz
Music by Roland Emile Kuit
From 4 March 2017 until 11 June 2017
The De Stijl connection: Dick Raaijmakers - Piet Mondrian -
Concertzender Electronic Frequencies:
Three broadcasts in which abstraction, DADA and sound art will
transform the speaker boxes at home to autonomous
The Dutch composer Jacob van Domselaer
(1890-1963) together, with Piet Mondrian, researched the
creation of a
new form of music.
Verticality, standing sound structures in which
melody free and quiet. This research culminated as “Proeven van
Stijlkunst” for piano. (1913-1916).
The tone was set.
Between 1950 and 1955, the Belgian composer
and founder of the musical serialism Karel Goeyvaerts, managed to
broaden this principle of the standing sound structures. Goeyvaerts
stacked electronic created sinus tones on each other as sound
by the Dutch composer Dick Raaijmaker (2000) is about the morphology
of electric sound. This inherently single-layered type of sound is
discussed in the light of 'neo-plastic' music as suggested by the
painter Piet Mondriaan in the 1920's. He advocated a kind of music
that consisted of single-layered, 'single-colour' electric sounds.
Between 2010 and 2013 constructed the Dutch composer Roland Emile
Kuit virtual electronic systems where spectral chaos was converted
to serial sound constellations. Sounds that are captured at the
atomic level to their brought back to square trajectories. Hereafter
broken down and reduced to the elementary.
Triptych of the De Stijl movement
Roland Kuit is a creative expert in
the De Stijl movement and electronic music. First his research in
the Mondrian house:
Monads and Beyond.
Roland Kuit researched in this context
the relationship between sound and space. Karin Schomaker was the
first artist researching Mondrian and movement. This area of tension
between sounds and images got its world premiere as "Monads and
Beyond" at the Mondriaanhuis in Amersfoort. (House of birth of Piet
Mondrian). November 1, 2013.
Premiere of the film "Rietveld ruimtekunstenaar" by
Bertus Mulder, March 3, 2017 . A film about the Rietveld-Schöderhuis,
Utrecht and the Rietveld Pavilion at the Krüller-Möller for
which he composed the music.
Followed by his
installation "On the edge of Colour and Tone" will be
exhibited in Paris, Sydney, Melbourne, Buenos Aires and Kansas City.
A sound art installation based on the De
Stijl guide lines.
Video still by Karin Schomaker(right)
Live on Kyma International Sound Symposium 2016
De Montfort University Leicester, U.K.
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