Marcin Dymiter: THREE PLACES: GDAŃSK / Lübeck / BEHLENDORF
“Three Places: Gdańsk / Lübeck / Behlendorf” is an original sound project by Marcin Dymiter that finally also became a one-of-a-kind publication. The sound work was created in three different places connected to the closest environment of Günter Grass and refers to questions of their status, historical impact or a change in the nature of their community and the landscape (in particular of the soundscape). An exceptional collage of sounds that was produced as a final result of all collected recordings, became a subjective synthesis of soundscapes recorded in Gdańsk, Lübeck and Behlendorf.
Marcin Dymiter – works within a field of electronic and improvised music. Creates sound installations, radio plays, and film, performance, exhibition and public space music. He provides accompaniment to silent films. He runs sound workshops and actions popularising the idea of field recording. A creator of sound maps, a series of “Sound Postcards,” the Field Notes project and the Tracklista educational music cycle. A co-founder of the Instytut Pejzazu Dzwiekowego (Soundscape Institute). Music producer. Co-founder and curator – together with Ludomir Franczak – of the micro_macro festival and other sound projects. A scholarship holder of Berlin University of the Arts, a finalist of the competition organised by Netmage International Multimedia Festival in Bologna. A holder of the scholarship awarded by the Marshal of the Pomeranian Province and the Minister of Culture and National Heritage (2011) and the Fundacja Wyszehradzka (Visegrád Foudation) (2012). A member of the Polish Society for Electroacoustic Music.