Music From Plants teaser -
As a collaboration between PLEASED and Stochastic Resonance, with dance performance from Viviana Filippello, is about to be release a video presentation of a new project that, starting as a scientific research, is now fused between music, dance, and video art.
Graphics and Video Editing - Scual
Dance and Choreography - Viviana Filippello
Video Shooting Director - Gianluca Granocchia
Photography Director and Camera Operator - Ennio Dotti
Photography Assistant and Camera Operator - Maria Chiara Sanna
As a collaboration between PLEASED and Stochastic Resonance, with dance performance from Viviana Filippello, we are about to be release a video presentation of a new project that, starting as a scientific research, is now fused between music, dance, and video art.
Below follows a more detail…
June 22nd Scual and Ynaktera playing a new version of Grid_Array involving also Kinect at preAspera Festival in Bologna.
more info – http://www.perasperafestival.org/
Podcast Episode Three - introducing akamoi
event info here
Tomorrow release of Waves of Bosnia from Ynaktera - pre-order here http://bit.ly/16rQ6um
Waves of Bosnia is a reflection on Bosnian War, but it is the reflection on any war of anytime, always same to itself, with its tears, its cries, its evil, its insanity, its deep dis-humanity.
Part of the soundtrack of the film The Bosnian Identity by Matteo Bastianelli, photographer, filmmaker and journalist, Waves of Bosnia by Ynaktera, is a personal and deep reflection about war, its pain, its victims.
Where words can’t express this tragedy of the human being, leaving breathless in front of this sadness, music and sounds try to tell.
Ynaktera, Scual and Leila Behlouri will perform at Olevano Romano, Saturday September 29, for a day dedicated to the memory of Wilhelm Waiblinger ( 1804-1830 ) a German poet who lived in the Italian town.
"Santo per Amore", is an electronic mutlimedia processing for vocals, guitar, laptop, images and videos, in which artists Leila Bahlouri, Ynaktera and Scual reinterpret the work "I canti di Nazarena" of the German poet Wilhelm Waiblinger […]
The work is carried destructing the consecutio tempurum of the compositional approach, through the synthesis of sounds, moving in the reading of poetry, stripped of its value in time, to emphasize the importance and power of the concept content. A chorus of voices slowly compose the evolution of the ideas of the poet, not in a linear fashion, but as the sum of intimate feelings, projected in a wider and rarefied scene, universalizing the purity of love and recognition of compliance that it deserves.
Meter and rhythm are the elements of a fragmented emotion that permeates the opera to the user appropriating it.
Poetry then stripped, covered with synthesis of sound and image, the sum of the inner thoughts of Waiblinger re-interpreted, and contextualized in now-days that has a great need to express am high feeling, those whom love can sublimate for the beloved.
Aggregator - Rome Contemporary Electronic Arts Festival 2012
Day #02 - MAXXI 21
DTM2 Improvisation Ensemble
Choreographer - Lisa Naugle
Music - Ynaktera