An unusual music performance, developed until the end of the exhibition by Kasper T. Toeplitz – a French composer and instrumentalist, one of the most original figure of contemporary music. He prepared a sound installation, whose part is the artist himself. During the WRO Biennale opening events, Toeplitz will “record” live every day new elements of the composition on bass and computer, thereby creating so far the longest piece of the INFRA series.
Kasper T. Toeplitz (FR), born 1960, a French composer and musician of Polish origin. He has been cooperating both with institutions and contemporary music festivals as well as underground noise music scene. He worked with among others Éliane Radigue, Phill Niblock and Zbigniew Karkowski. He lives in Paris.