Coming next Spring: Jan Jelinek - Soundtrack for SEASCAPE - polyptych (faitiche 31), a joint project by video artist Clive Holden and Jan Jelinek. SEASCAPE - polyptych is an audio/video software - made with sampled material from the 1956 film Moby Dick. More information soon.
Artwork frontcover (image/film still by Clive Holden, 2022)
Jan Jelinek: Ropes sing in air (faitiche 31), 2022
Excerpt of a live improvisation by Arthur Clees (drums) & Jan Jelinek (electronics) at Vinyl Harvest, Esch sur Alzette - Luxembourg, Friday 3rd December 2021.
Vinyl Harvest (concert set-up and flyer), 2021
Arthur Cless & Jan Jelinek: Live at Vinyl Harvest, Luxembourg 2021 (excerpt)
Nikolaienko presented and performed his tape loop collection live at the 1986_gallery_ in Vilnius, Lithuania 2022.
Nikolaienko live at 1986_gallery_ (photo by D. Nikolaienko), 2022
Nikolaienko: Ambianta IV (live at the 1986_gallery_), Vilnius LT 2022
Faitiche Journal / Jan Jelinek's second contribution to a series of portraits about so-called Phishing Emails. Title and content this time: a vague allegation & the concrete extortion.
again: a sad peek into faitiche's mailbox ...
Jan Jelinek: Phishing II (a vague allegation & the concrete extortion), 2022
Watch a VHS feedback video by sound artist and photographer Mark Templeton for Nikolaienko's Uomo Di Mondo (Rings, faitiche23). Mark Templeton: "I was looking back at some of my past work, while playing Rings and this VHS feedback loop seemed to work well. I made this a number of years ago for an art exhibition. The VHS loop is a 14 minute loop that was originally silent."
Faitiche's bimonthly radio show on LYL. Next show's guests are philosopher Dominika Jerkic & radio play author, sound artist and Institut für Feinmotorik co-founder Marc Matter - on air April 15th, 13:00-14:00. Afterwards as Mixcloud stream available.
Gerhard Rühm: falle/all & schlaf/falsch, from: The Vienna Group, 1997
Experience Andrew Pekler's Browser Music series: One (part 1 2 3 4), Two (part 1 2 3 4), Three (part 1 2 3 4), Four (part 1 2 3 4). Browser Music is a series of four individual compositions - each one in four parts to be played simultaneously but not necessarily in sync. Instructions
Browser Music artwork by Andrew Pekler, 2022
Faitiche Journal / Jan Jelinek starts a series of portraits about so-called Phishing Emails. The first post is on the narrative of the heir - probably one of the oldest concepts of Phishing!?
a sad peek into faitiche's mailbox ...
Jan Jelinek: Phishing I (The narrative of the heir), 2022
Coming soon (March 18th): Beispiel - Muster (faitiche 26). Beispiel (German for example, also suggests playing together), a joint project by Frank Bretschneider and Jan Jelinek. Muster is their first album. Free electronic music, the result of spontaneous improvisations. Now available at the webshop. more
Artwork frontcover (image by C. Claus "Erwachen am Augenblick / Psych. Feld", 1991)
Beispiel: FB&JJ2017-1, (faitiche 26, 2022)
Faitiche's bimonthly radio show on LYL. Next show's guest is Polish multi-instrumentalist, composer and Thomas Cole aficionado Piotr Kurek - on air Feb 18th, 13:00-14:00. Afterwards as Mixcloud stream available.
W. H. Truettner, A. Wallach: Thomas Cole, Landscape into History, 1994
German SWR2 premiers a new radio work by Jan Jelinek: Überwachung - in drei Episoden (Surveillance - in three episodes). Premiere: February, 12th 2022. Afterwards as free stream & download for 18 months available here. more
Richard N. Scarth: Echoes from the Sky, 2017
Jan Jelinek: Überwachung - in drei Episoden (excerpt of Episode II), 2022
Coming soon (March 25th): vinyl repress of Ursula Bogner's Sonne = Blackbox (Voice and Tape Music). The album was created under the musical direction of Andrew Pekler back in 2011.
Observation cupola, constructed by Ursula and Ulrich Bogner. The picture shows Ulrich Bogner and son Sebastian, 1977 (excerpt artwork faitiche05).
Ursula Bogner: Jubiläum (faitiche05), 2011
Found in the archives: metrik is a previously unreleased track by Jan Jelinek, recorded in 2001 live to DAT.
a recording medium that fortunately fell into oblivion ...
Jan Jelinek: metrik (2001, previously unreleased)