// 02 – 05/02 › 16:00 & 23:00 / 06/02 › 16:00
// HAU 2
// Tickets 12 € / 8 € (concessions), plus transaction fee (pre-sale)
"Flüux:/Terminal (fragment excerpt)"
FENNESZ & LILLEVAN
"Saffron Revolution Forever"
JOCHEM PAAP & SCOTT PAGANO
LILLEVAN & DEADBEAT
Skoltz_Kolgen was a plurimedia work cell based in Montréal, comprising Dominique Skoltz and Herman Kolgen, who now work independently. Their output occupies multiple positions in an expanded cinematic space that subsumes film, photography, sound art, real time manipulations and installation. Their piece, "Flüux:/Terminal", received an honourable mention from Prix Ars Electronica in 2005.
"'Flu?ux:/Terminal' projects images on two room sides in a parallel visual body of luminous particles: photographed or filmed images and wire frame displays. As stereophonic visual representations, the two screens are the alter egos of the audio, which is also divided in two … The image is distorted, bearing the marks that the sound imprints upon it, and becomes the fossil of the sound." (RML)
Louis Dufort [CA/QC]
Louis Dufort is an electro-acoustic music composer based in Montréal, Canada. He studied music composition at the Université de Montréal as the Conservatoire de musique du Québec à Montréal and currently divides his time between composing for the Marie Chouinard contemporary dance company, his work with the artistic committee of ACREQ, and the creation of hybrid forms of musical experimentation.
Fennesz uses guitar and computer to create electronic sound of enormous range and complex musicality. He was long associated with the Austrian label Mego, which released his breakthrough album, Endless Summer
, before joining the British label, Touch Music. He lives and works in Vienna and Paris.
Lillevan is a Berlin based animation, video and media artist best known as co-founding member of A/V-project Rechenzentrum. Today he collaborates with musicians, choreographers and other artists including Fennesz, Tarwater, Ensemble Modern, Zeitkratzer and Vladislav Delay. on the basis of found images, his own shots and computer-generated images, he makes elaborate video compositions and live video performances to interact with music.
› See also CINECHAMBER LIVE
› OPENING CONCERT
Jochem Paap [NL] & Scott Pagano [US]
Jochem Paap is a prolific Rotterdam producer known as Speedy J on vinyl and in clubs. His debut album Ginger
(1993) was released on Richie Hawtin's Plus 8 label in the US, while in the UK it was part of Warp Records' Artificial Intelligence
series of electronic listening music. Paap has worked with Mike Paradinas, Chris Liebing, George Issakidis and Telco Systems among others.
Scott Pagano is a video artist, filmmaker and motion graphics designer from Los Angeles and is internationally recognized for a unique style combining architectural shots, moments of everyday life and the complex computer-generated animation.
"Pagano & Paap superimpose, displace, multiply, mirror, deform and add complex, audio synchronized three dimensional computer generated imagery and sound towards their mix, creating an overall comprehensive capability which exceeds the individual streams." (RML)
Scott Arford [US]
Interdisciplinary artist Scott Arford is one of the leading figures of new media arts in the San Francisco Bay area. He has produced numerous works for sound and video including multichannel installations, live concerts, CD and DVD projects.
"The RML 'Static Room' module is a segment from Scott's ongoing series of performance/ exhibitions for sonar-phonical projection. By omitting all representational images, the palpitating chromatic moire patterns from TV static and flawed connections cease to portray a linearly composed narrative event" (RML)
Herman Kolgen [CA/QC]
Recognized for his multimedia creations for over twenty years, Herman Kolgen is a multidisciplinary artist based in Montreal who draws his primary material from the relationship between sound and image. He was one half of the duo Skotz_Kolgen until 2008 and has been the recipient of numerous awards and prizes for his work.
› See also LIVE:RESPONSE
Deadbeat is Berlin-based, Canadian ex-pat Scott Monteith. He’s released six full-length albums; collaborating on the most recent, Roots and Wire
(Wagon Repair, 2008), with dub vocalist, Paul St. Hilaire (aka Tikiman). A key player from the Montréal scene around Mutek festival, Monteith has been releasing dub oriented, groove based computer music since 1998 for labels like Cynosure, Force Inc, Intr_version, Revolver, and ~scape.
› 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 › 16:00
› WED 02/02 › 23:00
› THU 03/02 › 16:00
› THU 03/02 › 23:00
› FRI 04/02 › 16:00
› FRI 04/02 › 23:00
› SAT 05/02 › 16:00
› SAT 05/02 › 23:00
› SUN 06/02 › 16:00