sam. 06 mars|
MUSIC / MUSIQUE
quinte - les toux virtuelles / Ginger Ensemble
In search of the unmediated aesthetics of digital tools, the GingerEnsemble is developing a series of short performative pieces that playfully deal with the use of current digital communication media such as smartphones, computers, laptops and related software.
Heure et lieu
06 mars 2021, 21:15 – 21:35 UTC+1
MUSIC / MUSIQUE
À propos de l'événement
In countless meetings in virtuality, through live streamings of cultural life and in disembodied company, we become aware of the limitations of digital tools. A one-to-one digital replication of a social, face-to-face dialogue is not possible without losing something in the process. In search of the unmediated aesthetics of digital tools, the GingerEnsemble is developing a series of short performative pieces that playfully deal with the use of current digital communication media such as smartphones, computers, laptops and related software.These "virtual coughs" are formed in the interplay between physical presence and digital gathering, between artificial intelligence and natural stupidity as well as between scheduled acumen and unsolicited connection loss.
The GingerEnsemble-founded in 2010 by Cyrill Lim, Valerian Maly, Klara Schilliger and Lara Stanić as a collective-is dedicated to "Music Expanded", which is rooted in the experimental art of the 1960s and thus describes the opening to experimental music and performance. Their own creations are juxtaposed with realisations of process-oriented compositions and performances by other artists; aspects of perception are explored by means of electroacoustic music and the experimental use of new media. In addition to current programmes, which are usually conceived with the location and situation in mind, there is also a focus on a kind of historically informed performance practice of experimental arts.
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