Gerard Lebik - sound artist, musician living Wroclaw/Poland. Works with improvised, experimental and intermedia music. H's the author of sound installations and sound interventions in public space. Creates music and sound either by improvisation, musical notation or through directly manipulation of sonic material using electro and acoustic media. Explores the audible phenomena field through various tools and techniques: saxophones, zopan wave generators, air compressors, VHS recorders, video objects, electronics, analog video feedback, software. In 2007 graduated Wroclaw Academy of Music. Performed with: David Maranha, Eryck Abecassis, Kazuhisa Uchihashi, Keith Rowe, Clayton Thomas, Satoko Fuji, Brian Labycz, Hernani Faustino, Miguel A Garcia, Gabriel Ferrnandini, Noritaka Tanaka, Bettina Wenzel, hans w koch, Joker Nies, Rodrigo Pinheiro, Christian Marien, Marc Riordan,, Pawel Janicki, Piotr Damasiewicz, Artur Majewski, Kuba Suchar, Ura Hiroyuki, Sebastian Meissner, Yamaguchi Jin Lang... Events: V:NM-Festival in Graz, Bienale Zagreb, TodaysArt Festival Hague, Tokyo Jazz, Festival Umbrella Chicago, Musica Electronica Nova, Sibiu Jazz and More, Avant Art, Musica Electronica Nova, Musica Polonica, Survival Art Review, SuperDeluxe-Tokyo, Alte Feuerwache-Cologne, CSW-Warszawa, Galeria Kordegarda, De Werf-Brugge, Pit Inn Shinjuku-Tokyo, Ftarri-Tokyo, Quite Que-Berlin..
I suggest if you are interested in something new and creative—do yourself a
favour and pick up Zomo Hall. Highly Recommend!
(Stephan Moore, jazzwrap.blogspot)
...sometimes I wonder just how many gifted improvisers known & unknown
are there around the world... hundreds? thousands? even more? There seems
like an endless supply as more independent label emerge and release so many
interesting discs. Take this disc, for instance...
(...) In a blindfold test, you would certainly come up with numerous more
famous musicians but you wouldn't be too far from this does sound like.
(Bruce Lee Gallanter, Downtown Music Gallery)
here is nothing like pure and free musicality, flowing notes moving slowly
forward, embracing one another in a common one-directional stream, yet
totally unpredictable like the water sliding between rocks in a mountain river