Sound, Video, Performance and Installation
Participating artists are: Stine Gonsholt, Johna Hansen, Vinicius Giusti and MBJ Wetware & JG Biberkopf
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Stine Gonsholt, Johna Hansen, Vinicius Giusti
> 7-8pm: Performance
I suppose it's all about movements
Working within the same space in a collaborative arrangement, a performance with 3 movements will be composed which interweave 3 artistic backgrounds.
By systematically continuing constructural patterns of the space through sound, video and matter, a dialogue between the different elements is created. Components from the three artistic practices, are constructed, deconstructed and reconstructed, and in the interference a new logic emerge.
The performance has the format of a concert. The duration is one hour.
Vinicius Giusti is a composer and his work explores new sonorous possibilities produced by close collaborations between composer and musicians. Additionally, Giusti composes spatialized sound constellations created by integrating improvisation and live-electronics. www.viniciusgiusti.com
Stine Gonsholt works within the field of video, photo, drawing, sound and animation. Formal starting point for her works is the exploration of moving images. The resulting work shows the relativity of the source material and make the construct clear. www.gonsholt.com
Johna Hansen works in the grey zone between architecture and art. A key aspect of her work is the social and spatial matters of architecture with a methodical focus on her own body and mind as a starting point of investigation. Her work is mainly in the field of installation, object and performance. www.johnahansen.dk
MBJ Wetware & JG Biberkopf
> 8:30 pm: Artists Talk
Join them for a conversation about their conceptual framework, and engage with the artists in an open discourse around their collaborative project “GAD Technologies”.
GAD is a concept and project series initiated by Marija Bozinovska Jones who under the pseudonym MBJ Wetware examines media ecologies and architectures as open biological systems by way of collaborative practice. For Radio Labs, she invites J G Biberkopf as a musical collaborator, whose aesthetical sensibilities bring the project to a new level via the theme of New Geographies. Together they premier GAD Technologies at the 2016 edition of Club Transmediale in form of a diffused live performance and installation. They will consequitively produce two radio shows, the first one to be aired in March 2016 on Deutschlandradio Kultur.
Theme: GAD Technologies engages with the concept of liquidity in an era of complex geopolitics and technocapitalism. Creating a simulation of heterotopian landscape, it approaches complex subjects ranging from dromological state of existence, diffused identities and nation branding within networked megastructures, attempting to extrapolate a decelerated state of being.