Harrga, aLICE kEMP, The Seer & Vera Bremerton

IKLECTIK and Klanghaus Sound Art Centre present,

Klangzeit Festival 2022
2 days of sound art, experimental music and transmedia art

Saturday 12 November 2022 | Doors: 7:30pm | First Act: 8pm
Tickets: £6 Students / £11.50 Advance / £14 OTD https://link.dice.fm/R3ac444484a0
Klanghaus Untergreith and IKLECTIK have joined forces for the third time to present a multidisciplinary and miscellaneous series of concerts with the participation of international renown musicians and composers.

IKLECTIK YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://youtu.be/41-6wye_vcA
ACOM ÖKB YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://youtu.be/fc3wyeli-mk

8pm UK time [9pm AT time]
Video performance Klangzeit 2022
Katarina Gryvul 10’17’
Electric Indigo 13’33’
Temmel / Vrabic 7’30”

8:30pm UK time [9:30pm AT time]
Vera Bremerton

9:30pm UK time [10:30pm AT time]
The Seer

10:20pm UK time [11:20pm AT time]

11pm UK time [00:00am AT time]


aLICE kEMP (b.1972, UK) explores an idiosyncratic praxis involving experimental music, audio composition, public/private performance and non performance, installation, drawing, writing, and object making. Her work is informed by states of dream, disturbance, and subtle trance. She has presented live art and released audio/musical works internationally. Kemp is a human ex-voto and Schimpfluch affiliate, living and working in Devon, England.


Harrga is a Bristol based duo from Miguel Prado and Dali de Saint Paul. Since 2017, their uncompromisingly harsh and harrowing music holds a mirror up to every member of the audience, exploring human responses to the grimmest sides of contemporary life. In 2019, their album « Héroïques Animaux de la Misère » on Avon Terror Corps, was a critically acclaimed tribute to asylum seekers while their second opus, “Femmes d’Intérieur” 2020, on Takuroku is urging to consider violence against women and to empower them. In 2022, they performed in Counterflows Festival, Supersonic and Avant Art Wroclaw.

Vera Bremerton

Italian-born Vera Bremerton was influenced by classical music in terms of harmony and polyphony; after moving to London she fell in love with industrial, noise, avantgarde music. She creates aggressive electronic sonic carpets studded with pounding techno beats, unashamedly symphonic elements and extreme layered vocals. Counting Diamanda Galàs, Maria Callas and Meredith Monk among her muses, Vera uses different timbres, effects and a 4-octaves vocal range.

The Seer

The frustration, of being caught between knowledge and powerlessness, is perhaps why her character still resonates today. Conny Prantera has built a striking career out of channeling precisely these concerns. Best known for her work as The Seer, her illustration, video art, music and multimedia work draws on arcane symbolism. The character of Cassandra, alongside an interest in magic and an investigation into how systems of feminine wisdom have been suppressed, was one of her entry points into developing The Seer.

Electric Indigo

Electric Indigo, DJ, composer, musician, has performed in 45 countries across Europe, Asia, and the Americas. She represents an intelligent and distinguished interpretation of techno and electronic music. Her DJ-sets are characterized by a wide variety with a clarity of vision and a depth that comes from a deep understanding of the music and the art of DJing. As a composer and musician, she creates music for concert spaces and clubs, and occasionally for stage plays and short films.

Katarina Gryvul

Katarina Gryvul is a Ukrainian born composer, sound artist, music producer, violinist and educator. In her work she focuses on a varieties of timbres, sound textures and mixing organic, classical music with progressive forms of electronic music production.

Wolfgang Temmel

Temmel studied painting in Graz/AT, long term stays in New York and London. Now living in Wies in the south of Austria. Working as a multi artist using different media as drawing, installation, music, olfactics, painting, photography, sound, time, video.

Sašo Vrabič

Photo by Brut Carniollus

Sašo Vrabič born in 1974 in Slovenj Gradec, gained attention in Slovenian painting circles more than two decades ago with what at the time was his novel approach, which was based on photorealism and Pop Art. Vrabič is one of the most visible representatives of post-media painting. In his work, we find commentary on today’s information society and on the relationships embedded in interpersonal communication, and is engaged in painting and other forms of visual and audio art.

Special thanks to:
phonoECHOES jury

Festival Team:
Mia Zabelka
Claudia Schade
Isa Ferri
Eduard Solaz
On-site Austrian livestream sound and light technician Ludwig Frühschütz
On-site UK livestream technician: Prashant / Surplus Sound

Flyer design: Lisa McKendrik

Sponsored by Land Steiermark – Kultur, Austrian Composers, Bundesministerium für Kunst und Kultur & Austrian Cultural Forum London.

“Sound system powered by AMOENUS. AMOENUS is an art organisation that facilitates, educates, curates and promotes immersive art centred around 3D sound”.