Temporal Extension of one instantaneous End
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Live music, stage installation and live video

The sonic elements featured in the installation are derived from microphones planted within two analog tape recorders. These devices, invented for the documentation, preservation and conservation of sound, are used to provide the voices that play protagonist to the piece: streamed through a computer, the sounds are subtly manipulated and played back onto surrounding speakers, thus accentuating specific defining characteristics of the devices themselves. The resulting composition circles around the machines, situated at the center of a sculptural formation that consists of four speakers, two tape recorders (Akai 4000 DS and Tesla B 100) and usually a small neon strip lamp on supporting structure.

Amigzaj 3 was recorded in Prague between February and March in 2010.

Mastered in Studio R.D.I. Budapest, 2011

Audio-visual performance with Martin Blažíček, Labor Gallery, Budapest, 2010

Audio-visual performance, Školska 28 Gallery, Prague, 2010

Open Studio Event at Karlin Studios, Prague, 2010

Electronic Gate Cologne - eine Vortex Performance
audio-visual performances @ Mediapark, Cologne

Dialog between sound and visual elements, lightobjects and machines made to preserve sound.

The perfomance Vortex was a collaboration between András Blazsek (sound), Martin Blažíček (video), Axel Pulgar (video), and Dirk Rothbrust (percussion, Ensemble Musikfabrik).

Mediapark Cologne, Germany, 2013.

Synaesthesia – Extension of Perception for the Blind, Visually Impaired and Sighted (2012)

The ambient sound performance of Martin Blažíček and András Blazsek, opening the exhibition, was a metaphorical journey, based on an interpretation of pure intermedia, by now considered classical – an audiovisual noise-composition free of partial tones (i.e., composed of sine tones), in a conduction from the illusory and dazzling, obscure reality of the seers, to the immaterial, refined and alert reality of the hearers. At the concert, the magnetic tape turning silently in the tape-recorder and the sound-painting generated by its movement, as well as the image projected in real-time with the tape-recorder, comprise a nice metaphor for the conceptual interpretation of the medium (Zsolt Sőrés, 2012).

2B Gallery, Budapest, 2012