An old-new formation of Tibor Szemző, the Fodder Base will be presented on this evening on the A38. This project of theirs is characterized by multilingual texts which are as important as the music or the visual spectacle. The 8mm films on this screening were made by the author shot on several continents on nineteen different venues between 2000 and 2017. This is a unique Kafka approach that uses the Kafka universe through the movies, music and spoken languages. On this evening, CUBA, shot in the 80s, will also be presented.
Szemző Tibor & Takarmánybázis
„Una nina me decia,
Negrito, porque no cantas?
Port que tengo en mi garganta
Una gran mamposteria.”
"A little girl told me,
My dark baby is to think.
I do not play, I have no voice:
Stone wall holds my throat. "
Tibor Szemző's first solo record appeared on bakelite in 1987 released by London's Leo Records. After dozens of albums since 2003, he has not released soundtracks for 14 years now, this time again on bakelite, where the selection of László Hortobágyi's audio material from his audio-visual cycle "ENIGAVINGS" is heard.
An old-new formulation of the collar, the Fodder Base is on this evening on the A38. Laying is characterized by the evening, and the multilingual texts of the same size have as much a role as the music or the visual spectacle. The 8mm films of the "K" DEMANDS were made by the creator on several continents, nineteen different venues between 2000 and 2017. This is a unique Kafka approach, with the help of films, music and spoken languages, to navigate the Kafka universe. In the evening, CUBA, shot in the 80s, will be presented.
In the specialty for spiritual nutrition this evening, Mihály Huszár plays bass, Szabó plays Ágoston Sipos percussion, the narrator is playing Tibor Szemző in Basszusfuvola, the voice master Zoltán Regenye.
Tibor Szemző is one of Hungary's most significant contemporary composers. He is a versatile artist, composing pieces of music, music for films, acting in the genre of performance, making installations and movies.
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