Mimicking, modulating, synthesizing drums
Jo Wanneng and Lukas Füttterer alias STRWÜÜ, who completed their bangaloREsidency at the Indian Sonic Research Organisation, give an insight into their time and work process in Bangalore.
STRWÜÜ. How do you pronounce that? Right, we don't know either and Jo Wanneng and Lukas Fütterer alias STRWÜÜ are watching us amusedly as we try. The artist duo from Karlsruhe, Germany spent the past six weeks of their bangaloREsidency@Indian Sonic Research Organisation exploring the city on foot, following its sounds in temples of various architectural styles and acoustics, and searching its streets for simple, everyday technical solutions. They processed their observations and impressions in a sound-art fashion at the Indian Sonic Research Organisation community Lab and will present their ‘sound technique life impressions’ of Bangalore! They allow us a small glimpse into their everyday life in Bangalore:
Studio at ISRO | strwüü_working condition©lukas fütterer
Preparing for mass production | strwüü_preparing for mass production©jo Wanneng
jugaad | strwüü_low-fi draft©jo wanneng
Impromptu come-together jam at the ISRO Lab | strwüü_Jam with Yashas&Pascal©Sushil Sylvester
STRWÜÜ using their new drum modules. Recording an improv set with Pascal Sieger and Yashas Shetty in the green chroma key studio at Srishti | strwüü_green screen_with Yashas Shetty&Pascal Sieger©Sushil Sylvester