Salon Souterrain: Art, Music & Degustation (and a zest of Love)
16.12.2022 / 19.30h
@ Château Rouge
To celebrate the emotional year 2022, come to Château Rouge on Friday 16 of December!
This last meeting of the year will be placed under the sign of Performances , degustation and good music! Come and join us!
Lena Fankhauser (viola) – Jahson the Scientist (slam poetry) – Timor Litzenberger (DJ) – Alaingo Lammama ( dance ) – Evandro Pedroni ( perfromance/ installation) – black flowers (installation) – BOEM* (degustation)
Doors open at 19h !
In cooperation with AIL, Migrating kitchen, Chamber Music & Château Rouge
With friendly support by BMKÖS Bundesministerium für Kunst Kultur öffentlichen Dienst und Sport
Lena Fankhauser is a violist of Trinidadian-Swiss heritage born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. She started playing the violin at the age of 4. She has received both her Bachelor and Master’s degree from the Julliard School of Music in New York City on a full scholarship. Fankhauser has toured worldwide, across numerous genres, and played in many halls including New York’s Carnegie Hall, Suntory Hall in Tokyo and the Royal Albert Hall in London. As a passionate chamber musician, Lena Fankhauser founded a Chamber Music Festival in Bad Ischl and (CH)AMBER, an association for new chamber music. She is a founding member, contractor and manager of the film orchestra, Big Island Orchestra Vienna and a founding member and musical curator of Salon Souterrain.
Like Hamburg, Germany itself, Timor Litzenberger is a well-kept secret. He has been DJing, composing music and producing for around 35 years, he’s played at world-reknowned festivals and even scored some of your favorite films but still, most don’t know his name. This is not an oversight, rather his own design. While Timor loves playing in the spotlight, he has no desire to live there. He chooses instead a quiet life in Hamburg with his partner and 5 children.
So if you’re at the party and nobody knows who the DJ is and you just want to dance and dance til you throw up?
It’s probably Timor
Bi Zia Alain Irie aka ALAINGO ist Spezialist in der Kombination von Coupé Décalé-Bewegungen (ivorischer Tanzstil) mit Hiphop und verschiedensten Afrobeats. Alaingo trat in diversen ivorischen Fernsehshows auf und performte mit den berühmten Sängern Debordeaux Leekunfa und Fally Ippupa. In Frankreich gibt er regelmäßig Workshops und auch in der Pariser Urban Dance-Szene ist er verankert. Er ist seit 2016 Mitglied der Tanz und Theatergruppe LA FLEUR um die Regisseurin Monika Gintersdorfer in der Stück »Nana ou est-ce que tu connais le bara« zuletzt unter anderem am Theater Bremen zu sehen war.
Evandro Pedroni is a brazilian performer and choreographer based in Vienna. After concluding his studies in the Performance Major Program at SEAD – Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (2013) he was a scholarship holder at TanzQuartier Wien (2013/2014). He developed his solo work “In The Eye of The Beholder” as part of Werkstück in TQW (2016) and he has received the START scholarship from the Austrian Federal Chancellery (2016). In 2017 he premiered “S/M – Stage/Made” in collaboration with Claire Lefèvre supported by Huggy Bears Arts Place, Wien Kultur and Brut Wien. He is featured in productions by Martin Nachbar, Oleg Soulimenko, Hubert Lepka, Stella Zannou, Milan Kozanek, Edan Gorlicki, SETanzTheater, Akemi Takeya, Elisabeth Tambwe, Cie. Willi Dorner, La_Trottrier Dance Collective and others. In 2020 he premiered his work “everything blue” in collaboration the Canadian choreographer Jasmine Ellis, fully funded by the City of Munich. Evandro’s work or collaborations have been showcased in several festivals such as Imagetanz (AT), Freier Tanz Delta VI (DE), PAD – Performance Art Depot (DE), FAKI 18 (HR) and has been supported by Tanzzentrale Nuremberg, Wien Kultur, WUK, Brut Wien, Huggy Bears Arts Place/Wien, Theater Felina-Areal (DE), HochX Theater und Live Art (Munich) and EinTanzHaus (Mannheim).
Bi Zia Alain Irie aka ALAINGO is a specialist in combining Coupé Décalé movements (Ivorian dance style) with hiphop and various Afrobeats. Alaingo has appeared in various Ivorian television shows and performed with the famous singers Debordeaux Leekunfa and Fally Ippupa. He regularly gives workshops in France and is also anchored in the urban dance scene in Paris. Since 2016, he has been a member of the dance and theatre group LA FLEUR and in the cast of director Monika Gintersdorfers play « Nana ou est-ce que tu connais le bara ».
die Kitchen – state of reconstruction –
we are changing, failing, morphing, but always tending towards developing a collective practice which doesn’t neglect economy. right now, February 2017 we try to establish a new economical base for our artistic and activistic struggle. You might, if you live in Vienna, visit our new project : http://diekitchen.vip
BOEM* is in a phase of transformation, and we’ll keen to reflect our first twelve years of activism and art.
We believe in order to contribute in the attempt to establish a different artistic and political practice, one which doesn’t sugarcoat or whitewash social conflicts, which is able rather to listen, than to lecture, a practice that avoids the trap of just pacifying conflicts – a different approach is necessary. We figure, that we have as well to change.
Elisabeth Bakambamba Tambwe
Born in Kinshasa (DRC), Elisabeth Bakambamba Tambwe grew up in France and pursued artistic studies. In 1998, she obtained the “Diplôme National d’Expression Plastique”, for her work of sculpture, at the School of Fine Arts in Tourcoing, France. She has since developed a reflection on the transformation of spaces, time, bodies on stage and in exhibition spaces in the form of performance / installation / sculpture.
Her last performance installations tend to show the multiplicity of angles of view which imply different perceptions of the same reality. Because consciousness is like the visual field. This is not a framed image seen by a third external eye, it is captured without distance and, although limited (it is impossible for us to see what is happening behind us), it has no edges: limited and yet without « border ». The various scenographic devices used, then allow to scramble the cards, unmask conventions (especially repressed), caress ambiguities and thus stage the many incoherent postures that assail us.
In response to the rise of European populist parties, Elisabeth creates in 2017 a multidisciplinary Art Space: Château Rouge. In 2018 she sets up the concept of “Salon Souterrain”, a platform for discussions mixing different forms and artistic gestures.
Alongside this artistic direction, Tambwe continues her own choreographic creations, has collaborated and continues to collaborate with other choreographers, visuals artists or directors such as Esther Stocker, Markus Schinwald, Robyn Orlin, God’s Entertainment, Companie La Fleur, Theater die Combinate…among others she is present at the Autumn Festival, the LUXEMBOURG Theater, at the Donaufestival, Steirischerherbst, Wiener Festwochen, Impuls Tanz, brut Wien, WUK performing arts Wien and Kunstraum Niederoesterreich.
In 2022, Elisabeth Bakambamba Tambwe presented the pilot of her first Telenovela « The Mask of the Schwarzen-Löwenbergs » (2022) at Filmcasino, premiered her piece Speech of Love : Absence (2022) at WUK and showed her the solo exhibition Le Boudoir (2022) at Kunstraum Niederoesterreich, Vienna.
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Indra Jäger born in Frankfurt/Main has been living in Vienna since 2000. After studying journalism and communication sciences she co-initiated and directed the art and culture association IM ERSTEN (2012-16). In her role as artistic director, she has conceived, accompanied and implemented over 100 projects at the interface of visual and performing arts. Through collaboration with artists from various disciplines, follow-up projects have developed in which she works as a freelance curator, dramaturge, production and cooperation partner.
Lena Fankhauser is a violist of Trinidadian-Swiss heritage born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. She started playing the violin at the age of 4. She has received both her Bachelor and Master’s degree from the Julliard School of Music in New York City on a full scholarship.
Fankhauser has toured worldwide, across numerous genres, and played in many halls including New York’s Carnegie Hall, Suntory Hall in Tokyo and the Royal Albert Hall in London. As a passionate chamber musician, Lena Fankhauser founded a Chamber Music Festival in Bad Ischl and (CH)AMBER, an association for new chamber music. She is a founding member, contractor and manager of the film orchestra, Big Island Orchestra Vienna and a founding member and musical curator of Salon Souterrain.
Eduardo Trivino Cely
Eduardo Trivino Cely was born in Bogota, Colombia in 1990. He lives and works between Colombia and Austria. Through experimental processes in sound, sculpture and digital media, he intervenes in public space with installations, performances and actions. He explores the value of failure, error, the invisible and the limits of perception. He thus seeks to propose new ways of looking at our natural environment and questioning cultural concepts. With a background in visual arts, he approaches sound in a self-taught way and moves in the experimental field involving materials, concepts, new technologies and parts of the body. His years of working in theatre have led to his artistic work being influenced by set design, acting, props and dialogue.
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Salon Souterrain 2022:
Art, Music & Degustation (and a zest of Love)
Début 16 décembre 2022
Schönbrunner Schloßstraße 17,
1130 Wien, Autriche