Screening programme and audiovisual installation with the following participants:
Pfadfinderei/Modeselektor (Berlin); Kasumi (Cleveland/USA); church of anthrax (Rotterdam); pressplay./Solovyev (Cologne and Stuttgart); PhiLipp GEIST (viDeogeist)/ERHY (Berlin); GVA: Oliver Moore (Graphic Art, Stuttgart), Marcel Panne/Sehvermoegen (Video, Cologne) and Tim Blechmann (Music, Stuttgart); Sven Fernow (Kirchheim)
Opening: March 13, 2005 with presentations of Pfadfinderei/Modeselektor, PhiLipp GEIST (viDeogeist) and Marcel Panne/Sehvermoegen
The exhibition series media flow. videoventure on electronic music is dedicated to visual music as a phenomenon of contemporary artistic production. The exhibition series aims to present current trends in the field of visual music. For the first part of the series in November 2004, film and video artists from different backgrounds were invited to show their specific angle on visualising music.
media flow. videoventure on electronic music pt.2 is dedicated to audiovisual combinations. Since the new media allow coordination of pictures and sounds in real time, ever more artists and acts are working on both sound and image – and can do it even live. New mixing boards allow you to treat CDs and DVDs in the same way; cutting and editing processes that used to require extensive postproduction are now done on the spot. The emphasis of the exhibition is on cinematic sequences developing simultaneously with the music or before it – in reversal of the conventional situation, where already existing music is used for a visualization afterwards.
www.pressplay.de and www.onitor.de
www.sehvermoegen.de and www.mokabar.tk
Review: Lift Stuttgart
The exhibition series media flow. videoventure on electronic music is curated by Cornelia Lund and Holger Lund
With friendly support of:
Medienteam der Landeshauptstadt Stuttgart
MFG Filmförderung Baden-Württemberg
Unternehmen Form, Stuttgart, www.unternehmenform.de
f_concept. ton-licht-medientechnik, Stuttgart, www.f-concept.de