Gerard Lebik – Polish saxophonist, sound artist and founder of the Sanatorium of Sound Festival in Sokołowsko; working with experimental, improvised and intermedia music. His outputs, installations, and sound interventions in public spaces are based on white noise, sine waves, feedback, binaural and multi-channel sound using tools as computer synthesis, acoustic generators, reeds, compressed air, medical tools, and DIY objects. Explores heterogeneous sources and research methods of audibility focusing on issues such as the perception and propagation of sound waves, time disorder, psychoacoustic, or sound relationships with architecture and urban context.
Lebik has appeared at TPAM (Yokohama, JP), TodaysArt Festival (Hague, NL), Biennale (Zagreb, HU), Tokyo Jazz (Tokyo, JP), Festival Umbrella (Chicago, US), Experimental Intermedia (New York, US), V: NM-Festival (Graz, AT), Bienalle Wro (Wrocław, PL), Konfrontationen (Nickelsdorf, AT), hcmf (Huddersfield, UK), Audioblast (Nantes, FR), Kunsthalle (Basel, CH), SuperDeluxe (Tokyo, JP), Ftarri (Tokyo, JP), KM28 (Berlin, DE), Fylkingen (Stockholm, SE), and has collaborated and performed with: Keith Rowe, Phil Minton, Ryoko Akama, Burkhard Beins, Noid, Lucio Capece, David Maranha, Peter Rehberg, Kasper T. Toeplitz, Paul Lovens, Kazuhisa Uchihashi, Jérôme Noetinger, Zbigniew Karkowsk
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