Voice samples from Stereo by David Cronenberg, 1969 and The Conversation by Francis Ford Coppola, 1974.
Voice samples from All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace, written and spoken by Richard Brautigan
Voice samples from Semiotics of the Kitchen, Martha Rosier, 1975
Voice samples from Brian Eno for Riverside interview in 1983
RecPlay collective is an experimental and improvisational music lab at the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague. Taking part in the weekly improv sessions I play with audio samples, electronics and spoken word.
04-02-2016 Transmediale, HKW, Berlin (DE)
02-02-2016 Spektrum, Belrin (DE)
20-02-2015 Galeria Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow (PL)
17-05-2015 CASS Event, KABK Gallery, The Hague (NL)
RecPlay collective has been initiated in late 2001 on the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague by the Interfaculty ArtScience / Image And Sound students. The coaches were Robert Pravda and Stefan Brys, both graduated from the Image And Sound department.
At the beginning, the first 15/16 people attending the sessions were the students of the department itself, including some students from other departments and academies as well. They’d use every object around them to construct an instrument, focusing on electro-acoustic improvisation and performance. Initially, the sessions were recorded with couple of condenser microphones straight onto DAT-tape. The first big opportunity to perform in front of audience, was the ID11 festival in Rotterdam 2002.
The line-up of the group has changed constantly over the years. Although there are core-members that are active nowadays. By time, the process of making sounds has changed and developed in many ways. From a Duchamp ready-made metallic instruments, all the way to the latest models of Apple laptop computers. Nevertheless, the spirit behind the creative process, has remained truly experimental in its constant quest for ambient landscapes and harsh sonic battlefields. [Ferenc Teglas]