Marcello Lussana and Eun-Boram Ahn
Marcello Lussana is a composer, software engineer and free thinker specialized in interactive systems, with a focal point on the interaction between music and human movement. He produces computer music for audio-visual Performances, Dance, Theater and Live Electronics. He is musical director of the project Motioncomposer and co-founder of the Netlabel Fantomton. He is based in Berlin, where he has been active in the experimental music scene.
Born and raised in South Korea, Eun-Boram Ahn studied composition and piano performance at McGill University in Montréal. Her pieces ‘String quartet 2005′ , ‘Mul (물)’for solo clarinet, ‘7 Mouvements brèves’ for viola, and ‘Variations for piano’ have been performed in Montréal, Québec city, and Chang-won. After receiving her Artist Diploma in Collaborative Piano in 2011, she pursued her career as an opera tutor. Currently based in Berlin, she works as freelancer pianist and instructor, and also participates in various projects and concerts in the field of contemporary music and experimental music.
Unbalanced Stones is a project by Oscar Palou, Marcello Lussana and Eun-Boram Ahn. The sound of swinging rocks is used in a live performance context, exploring the sound of stones moving on a surface, revealing the rhythmic patterns that are hidden in their shapes. These sonic events are processed in real time, creating repetitive beats, organic/granular textures and ambient pads. The work is performed by Marcello Lussana (live electronics) and Eun-Boram Ahn (stone playing).