Pantha Du Prince is set to play The Grand Social this Friday night September 29th, but the night before, the German electronic producer has been announced for a lecture and performance this Thursday at the Goethe-Institut on Merrion Square.
Inner Attitudes and Sound Sculpting: A Journey of Sound, Substance, and Experience is a lecture and performance taking place at the Goethe-Institut Irland, 37 Merrion Square from 6pm on Thursday September 28th.
In this special lecture and performance, Weber will take us on an introspective journey, exploring the idea of sound as a transformative substance. How does sound shape our inner emotions, our connections, and our very existence? Can the simple act of listening unravel deeper truths about our intricate relationship with our environment?
Join us on Thursday 28 September to experience Pantha du Prince’s experimental sound poems, learn more about his work and engage with the maestro himself as part of the Q&A.
Tickets €13 via Eventbrite
More about Pantha du Prince:
Pantha du Prince aka Hendrik Weber has carved out a unique niche in the global electronic scene. His art dives deep into the nuances of sound, creating pieces that transcend music to become experiences. His mesmerising performance with The Bell Laboratory in Ireland’s National Concert Hall in 2014 is still fresh in the minds of many who attended, and those who heard about its magic.
Since 2012 – that is, for an entire decade – Hendrik Weber aka Pantha du Prince has dedicated himself to a comprehensive project that has long shined brighter than his other releases and which is now reaching a tentative artistic peak with Garden Gaia. After the album Elements of Light in 2012, which was recorded with The Bell Laboratory, came Conference of Trees in 2020, this time as a solo venture. What unites these three albums is that Pantha du Prince has dedicated them to the theme of “humans as nature” – in the sense that humans unfold and flow out of their surroundings as bodies.
Garden Gaia is the latest chapter in a project that has been ten years in the making, which presents the artist, Hendrik Weber aka Pantha du Prince, as a close observer and mindful listener. It adds a new, forward-looking perspective to Pantha du Prince’s work, which began in 2004 with Diamond Daze, released on Dial Records.
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