from here on. red gugl
free. improvised. jazz
The Sistine Chapel _ Confuse the nuns
Manfred Stern (fl)
Alfred Lang (tr)
Clemens Pliem (sax)
Armin Pokorn (git)
Ewald Oberleitner (b)
Reinhard Winkler (dr)
Werner Uitz' red gugl is a living environment – embedded in the former railway station's area in Leitersdorf/Eastern Styria. Via its annexes, fixtures and superstructions, it rises an awareness fed by improvisation, rebellion and a free love for music. And right there, where – until recently – a self-built "sacred" dome (18 metres high!) made from roof battens, ropes and plastic foil had been visible from afar, The Sistine Chapel will make its spontaneously deployed appearance. A Trojan Horse. Die smouldering energy in the beast's stomach is awesomely scaring. Holy creep! And welcome to gogl earth!
Friday, September 17, 2010
Leitersdorf, former railway station
A freely improvised cooperation widget by RHIZOM, the musicians involved and Werner Uitz (red gugl)
With support by Department of Culture for the State of Styria.