Date(s) - 20/04/2018
7:30 pm - 11:30 pm
SPEKTRUM | art science community
Start time: 20:00 – sharp
Entrance: 7-12 € (up to your offer)
Audiovisual performance night with:
Elisabetta Lanfredini – voice, composition / Nicolas Wiese – voice manipulation, feedback, composition. A vocal-electroacoustic panorama between melodic fragments, noise, surreal atmospheres, improvised parts, and flashbacks into early music.
DEFASTEN – Bodyjack
Video animation collaboration between Patrick Defasten Doan and composer and multi-media artist Suguru Goto. A dive into a data-complex, alive and reactive in its virtual presence. Geometric layers morph and reshape this volatile data-structure.
Bianca Regina – Triple Loop
Using advinatory systems and audience participation, Bianca Regina transports and transforms us with her voice, electronics, objects and visuals by creating audiovisual performances of each consultation made to the oracles, either moon tarot, fortune cookies, I Ching or tea leaves.
Event organised by SCOPE – curated by AudeRrose
Nicolas Wiese is an audiovisual artist, designer and composer/performer of electroacoustic music. He lives and works in Berlin since 2006. Wiese studied illustration, communication design and communication theory at the University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg (diploma 2005). Further studies: sound art at the University of Arts Berlin; philosophy and sociology at the University of Hamburg. Wiese creates works in different formats and media, for various contexts – installation and spatial performance, contemporary electronic composition, relational and improvised music, graphic art, drawing, collage, radio and experimental film. http://nicolaswiese.com
Elisabetta Lanfredini is a singer, improviser, performer and educator based in Berlin. She started music studies in early age studying jazz singing and improvisation. She deepened the western vocal technique studying baroccosinging for two years and she studied several folk traditional music like Dhrupad singing (North Indian Music), Nada and Mantra Yoga (Yoga of the sound), kurdish Dengbej style and turkish folk music. http://www.elisabettalanfredini.com
Patrick Defasten Doan is a Canadian artist living in Berlin, Germany. He has created content under the form of digital animations, still graphics, short films, live audiovisual concerts and installations. With a deep interest in design, film, music, science-fiction and the contemporary arts, his works fall at the intersection of geometric abstraction, (non)-narrative cinema, and hard digital aesthetics. He is a member of the sonic research cell AUDINT. http://www.defasten.com
Suguru Goto is a media artist, an inventor and a performer and he is considered one of the most innovative and the mouthpiece of a new generation of Japanese artists. He is highly connected to technical experimentation in the artistic field and to the extension of the existing potentialities in the relation of man-machine. In his works, the new technologies mix in interactive installations and experimental performances; he invented the so-called virtual music instruments, able to create an interface for the communication between human movements and the computer, where sound and video image are controlled by virtual music instruments in real-time through computers. http://www.sugurugoto.com
Blanca Regina is an artist based in London who is currently involved in creating audiovisual performances, sound works, installations and film. She has performed with numerous artists, including Leafcutter John, Steve Beresford, David Toop and Matthias Kispert, and curated a number of events and installations internationally. www.whiteemotion.com