New works by
and featuring Greenwich Village composer
“NEA” is an improvisation Performance by Isabella Heigl (Painting) and Agustín Castilla-Ávila (Electric Guitars) within the research project “Never Ending Artist”, inspired by the Bob Dylan philosophy, through the USA and Mexico, proposing a transdisciplinary classification of our artistic practice. The “NEA” performance (45 min. approx.) consists of an improvisation session of painting and music based of topics, thoughts and quotations by Bob Dylan. Our goal is to present not just a multidisciplinary work but also to explore the transdisciplinary possibilities between painting and music and create a theoretic classification based on these performances. “Never Ending Artist” is a seven-weeks research project funded by the Mozarteum University Salzburg and the International Society of Mozarteum University Salzburg in Austria. Isabella Heigl, born in 1989, lives and works in Salzburg as a painter and videomaker. She studied Russian at Paris Lodron University and painting and videoart at Mozarteum Salzburg. She’s a member of the feminist performance collective psysisters and founder of the art collective isibank. In her work she tries to think painting at the intersection of action, performance and poetry . Agustín Castilla-Ávila has worked as a composer in Europe, Asia and America. His music has been directed by D. Russell-Davies, J. Kalitzke, T. Ceccherini, A. Soriano, H. Lintu and H. Schellenberger, among others. He has written solo, chamber, orchestra, theater, choreography and five chamber operas. He has published for Doblinger Verlag, Bergmann Edition, Mackinger Verlag, Da Vinci Edition, Verlag Neue Musik and Joachim Trekel. In 2013 he received the Musik Jahresstipendium from the Salzburg Region.
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