BIOGRAPHY:

Szemző Tibor

Hungarian composer, performer and media artist

born Budapest, 1955

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Discography:

  • Snapshot from the Island LP 1987, CD 1999 Leo Records, England, CD LR 151
  • Private Exits LP 1989 HPS Records, Hungary
  • Ain’t Nothing but a Little Bit of Music for Moving Pictures CD 1992 TomK Records/BBS Foundation, Czechoslovakia/Hungary
  • The Conscience/Narrative Champer Pieces CD 1993 Leo Records CD LR 185,
  • The Last Hungarian PVC SP 1994 Futterbasis, Hungary
  • Tractatus CD 1995 Leo Records, England CD LR 227
  • Relative Things CD 1998 Leo Records CD LR 250
  • The Other Shore CD 1999 Leo Records CD LR 281
  • Free Fall Oratorio CD 2000 Author’s publication FOB 021
  • Sunset on Left CD 2000 Bahia Music CDB 071
  • Invisible Story CD 2001 Leo Records CD LR 311
  • Danube Exodus CD 2002 Leo Records CD LR 352
  • South of No North CD 2003 Leo Records CD LR 361
  • A Guest of Life DVD 2007 Fantasy Film Hungary

Filmography:

  • Skullbase Fracture 1984–87 Balázs Béla Studio (BBS), Hungary, video-anticlip
  • Cuba 1993 BBS, Hungary, b&w 16mm
  • Urán 1996 b&w experimental, r. László Lugossy
  • The Other Shore 1998 Szemzo/BBS/DunaTV, color 35mm
  • What There Is 2005 Kép-Árnyék Bt, b&w 8mm/video
  • A Guest of Life – Alexander Csoma de Körös 2006 Mediawave/A38/Gordioso Film, color 35mm
  • Invisible Story 2009 Gordioso Film / Kép-Árnyék Bt, color 8mm/video
  • The Sex Appeal of Death 1990/2010 Gordioso Film / Duna Workshop, color/video
  • The Tip of the Iceberg 2011 Gordioso Film / Duna Workshop, color 8mm/video

Selected Events:

  • Festival d’automne à Paris 1981
  • New Music America ’86, Houston
  • Wiener Festwochen ’88
  • Ars Electronica ’88 and ’89, Linz, Austria
  • Music Now from Hungary ’94, Yokohama, Japan
  • Warsaw Autumn Festival ’95, Poland
  • Unsung Music ’96 and 2000, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London
  • Prague New Music Marathon ’96,’98, 2000
  • Angelica 2000, Bologna, Italia
  • San Francisco Jewish Film Festival
  • Alternativa 2001, Moscow
  • Getty Museum, LA, 2002
  • Tribeca Film Festival, NYC 2007
  • Kolkata Int. Film Festival 2007, India
  • Buddhist Int. Film Festival 2009, Barbican Center, London
  • Budapest Arts Palace 2009

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