Gerard Lebik

Gerard Lebik by Helena Majewska

Gerard Lebik is a sound artist, improviser, composer, and the artistic director and curator of the Sanatorium of Sound Festival in Sokolowsko, Poland. He works with experimental, improvised, and intermedia music, utilizing saxophones, electronics, and sound objects. Lebik’s installations and sound interventions explore phenomena such as the perception and propagation of sound waves, temporal disorder, psychoacoustics, and the interaction between sound and architecture, using white noise, sine waves, feedback, and multi-channel sound. He is a graduate of the Academy of Music in Wroclaw.

He has collaborated and performed with artists such as Keith Rowe, Phil Minton, Ryoko Akama, Burkhard Beins, Paul Lovens, David Maranha, Peter Rehberg, Jérôme Noetinger, Zbigniew Karkowski, Kasper T. Toeplitz, Noid, Lucio Capece, Kazuhisa Uchihashi, Aleksandra Słyż, Judith Hamann, and many others.

Aug 4, 2024 -- 16:00

Apollonian circles is an invisible spatial sound composition made of 8 different-sized circles rotating at different speeds. It is a representation of a geometric phenomenon called Apollonian circles. In geometry,...

Gerard Lebik by Helena Majewska