Group projects

AudioVisualComposition Lab

The International Film Festival Rotterdam has brought cinema to the large screen. We think that the intimacy of small mobile screens are giving new impulses to the cinematic experience. V2_ will present a series of films and animations small enough to watch in the palm of your hand.

v2.nl/​events/​palm-top-theater

amsterdam is an abstract composition based in the movement, the details and the low resolution captures around Amsterdam.

What could happen if our body parts get independent from each other and start to play around?

 

Structet

TodaysArt festival 24 + 25 September 2010. The Hague, NL.

Structet is a fluctuating formation constisting of 52 visual and sonic improvisers from the ArtScience Interfaculty and other departments of the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague. This group will reform in september 2010 to develop and perform the sequel to their performance at TodaysArt in 2006.

In the Atrium of the The Hague Town Hall they will present a monumental, architectonic vertical matrix of improvised electronic music and projections. An army of hidden musicians on laptops and custom built instruments will form an electronic orchestra that will be performing on seven floors. A ‘conductor’ behind a mixing board for both image and sound will transform the different inputs into one single piece of music and projections.

Structet adapts itself to the building or spatial structure where it performs, with a preference for the vertical dimension. The structure of the improvisation is based on a study of the proportions, scale, colour, history and function of the location of the performance. This performance will be based on a study of architecture of the Town Hall by Richard Meier.

 


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