For the CineChamber's final night, audiovisual and media artist Egbert Mittelstädt presents his new pre-recorded solo piece,
'4442 Frames', specially composed for the CineChamber. Mittelstädt lives and works in Cologne and frequently collaborates with Norwegian sound artist Biosphere. The two have also made a number of AV compositions for the CineChamber, which may also be experienced during CTM.11 within the CineChamber Module 3.
After Mittelstädt's piece, french traveller, visual artist, musician and extraordinary vocal performer Aymeric Hainaux will present a live performance. For his intense corporeal performances, he uses a kind of beatboxing style, but ends up with sound signatures that relate much more to abstract electronic music, drone, glitch and noise then to hiphop. Besides his own body, breath and voice, the only extras he uses are a microphone, some harmonicas, bells and delay pedal. No loop, live action only!. His music comes literally from the within, with a demanding brut emergency, that is at the same time fragile and extremely attentive – voice, breath, muscle tension, movements, heartbeats and sudden outbursts of sound are celebrating the living and the immediacy of the present moment. Hainaux has repeatedly been awarded in the French Beatbox Championship. Travelling all around the world, mainly hitchhiking, he has collaborated with experimental artists, dancers, musicians, including Ogura, Christine Quoiraud, Kenzo Kusuda, Lexie Mountain Boys, Lucky Dragons, White / Lichens, Radikal Satan, Erik Minkinnen, Realicide, James Blackshaw, Black Pus, and many others.
Due to the CineChamber's limited capacity of 150 visitors, and the expected high demand, these performances are not included in the CTM-Festival-Pass
, the CTM/TM-Kombi-Pass
or any type of Accreditation, ensuring the same chance for everyone to get to see the these extraordinary performances.
› Tickets › 7 € / 5 € (concessions)› doors open 19:15