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    This minimalistic video shows German master trombonist Paul Hubweber taking inspiration for his improvisations from the filmmaker's PAPER PAIRS art installation of abstract works by 24 artists, 3 of ...


    Uploaded Feb 19, 2019

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    Directed by Ebba Jahn 2018 28 min


    Uploaded Feb 19, 2019

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    The music and the video image are paired here. In the gallery, each painting on paper is exposed next to the one with which it forms a couple because of the suggested movement, composition, colors, patterns and technique used.
    Ebba Jahn, the artist, designed a parcour, a path for the trombonist Paul Hubweber to improvise his music in the moment against multiple pairs of paintings, structuring his thought and his musical action.
    The musician, unaccompanied, is free to conceive his improvisations or instant compositions inspired by what he sees and observes by appealing to his emotions, his references, his musical practice and his imagination. The exhibited works embrace a broad panorama of conceptions and interests in what is defined as "abstract art"... oil, graphite, watercolor, acryl, photo paper, repetitive and shifting patterns, entangled or delicate vegetation. We are struck by the coherence of each of the improvisations gradually coming together in a great sensitive and poetic work of the trombone, melodic, sonorous, resulting from jazz and Paul Hubweber's experience as a free improviser.

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