21.01 kl 20:00 – 23:00 MIMstuudio
Tatsuru Arai is composer/Sound Visual Artist,he studied composition in college of music Tokyo (BA/MA),and Hochshule für Music Hanns Eisler Berlin(MA).His works are performed in Germany,UK,Swizterland,Denmark,Sweden,France,Algentin,Mexico,Japan etc and Opera „Vitruvian“ was performed Berlin und London that innovativ contemporary Opera,that to integrate from classical Music to new Technology,His main artistic Thema is to integrate from classical Music to new Technology,as „TRANS-AGES MUSIC“.
And to present the fundamental physical nature of the universe in the form of perceptional experiences. That could say aesthetics of “geometric structure”. The human perception of sound, one physical phenomenon, influences human being and the “geometric structure” is a fundamental pillar that allows us to understand the true nature of the universe. Creating a way to experience even a part of the nature of the universe through sound.
This performance will be new work for Sound-Visual live set from his new Algorithm system„Hyper Serial Music“,
In the history of music technology,„Hyper Serial Music“ will add innovation from classical Serial music to new music technology,to the principle of Serialism three-point: “structural”, “complex” and “noisy”. Hyper-Serial-Music is the algorithm music generated by state-of-the-art technology such as Artificial Intelligence than by native human intelligence only.
Join us for some harsh experimental electronic music and live cinema with two genre-defying artists: Emer Värk and Renzo van Steenbergen. Sometimes noisy, sometimes minimalist, rich, immersive, danceable and austere, but overall a challenging and exhilarating audio-visual meditation that will have your head bopping and your heart pumping.
After collaborating several times they have decided to keep going and once again put their forces and gear together and put MIM to a test and take you on a journey of whatever will be on their mind this evening.
Mix up some heroïne beats with some lucid visuals, and let’s go!