// 02 – 05/02 › 15:00 & 22:00 / 06/02 › 15:00
// HAU 2
// Tickets 12 € / 8 € (concessions), plus transaction fee (pre-sale)
NAUT HUMON "Xynaxus – Re-thinkings from the Xenakis Persepolis Remix Project"
BIOSPHERE & EGBERT MITTELSTÄDT "Elsewhere Anywhere – People are Friends"
BIOSPHERE & EGBERT MITTELSTÄDT "Path Leading to the High Grass"
BIOSPHERE & EGBERT MITTELSTÄDT "Birds Fly"
BIOSPHERE & EGBERT MITTELSTÄDT "Thermal Motion"
Naut Humon [US]
Naut Humon is the founder and artistic director of Recombinant Media Labs, and during the last decades was curating AV content for Asphodel Records in New York and SF and for select portions of the annual ARS Electronica Festival in Austria where he also helped coordinate their Digital Music category for ten years. Having performed in the past with the avant-garde music group Rhythm & Noise, he later formed the Surround Traffic Control network; the aural optic incubator that gave birth to today's CineChamber apparatus.
Biosphere [NO] & Egbert Mittelstädt [DE]
Biosphere is the main recording name of Geir Jenssen, a Norwegian musician who has released a notable catalogue of ambient electronic music. He is well known for his "ambient techno" and "arctic ambient" styles, using music loops, natural sounds, field recordings, peculiar samples from sci-fi sources and deep, meandering bass-drones.
Cologne-based Egbert Mittelstädt's videos, photographs and installations have won him awards at the European Media Art Festival, the Institut National de l'Audiovisuel and a Digital New Art award. He has taught at the Technical University in Darmstadt since 2002. Mittlestädt has participated in many exhibitions and international festivals, where his work has won numerous awards.
"The mercurial widescreen sonic cinematic syntax of Biosphere & Egbert Mittelstädt has graced the CineChamber screens for many seasons now after their live milestone residencies in 2007. Their timeless program that remains is a signature memory capsule that introduces RML's surround canvas in the most spatially sublime sector of the Recombinant archives." (RML)
› See also CINECHAMBER LIVE NIGHT
Monolake Live [DE/NL]
Monolake Live is the collaboration of renowned musician and sound designer Monolake (aka Robert Henke) and Dutch audiovisual composer Tarrik Barri. Henke was a sound engineer at the Berliner Ensemble, mastering engineer at the renowned Dubplates & Mastering, Berlin and co-developer of the music software Ableton Live. He teaches sound design at the Berlin University of Arts, where he is Visiting Professor of Auditory Media Design. Tarik Barri was born in Saudi Arabia, he was raised in the Netherlands where he discovered computers and programming. He aims to discover new synergies and aesthetics through new audiovisual composition methods realized with computer software he has made himself.
› See also WELLENFELD
› See also CINECHAMBER LIVE
ONLINE TICKET PRE-SALE
As the CineChamber can only host an audience of 150 at a time, the amount of available tickets per Module is strictly limited. Please follow one of the ticket-links below to book the ticket for your chosen day and time slot now.
Access to the CineChamber Modules is free for holders of a CTM-Festival-Pass, a CTM/TM-Kombi-Pass or an Accreditation. Pass and Accreditation holders have to pick-up a reservation at the box office of the HAU 2 in advance. We advise to do so in due time, as admission can not be granted once the allocated number of reservations for pass and accreditation holders is exceeded. In this case you have the option to attend the requested Module at another time slot or date, as each Module will be shown for a total of nine times in the course of the festival.
› WED 02/02 › 15:00
› WED 02/02 › 22:00
› THU 03/02 › 15:00
› THU 03/02 › 22:00
› FRI 04/02 › 15:00
› FRI 04/02 › 22:00
› SAT 05/02 › 15:00
› SAT 05/02 › 22:00
› SUN 06/02 › 15:00