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Visions of the Future III
November 21 @ 8:00 pm
La MaMa and CultureHub present Hyphen Hub's Visions of the Future III. Prepare yourself for an immersive, dark and otherworldly experience.
This year's VoF will feature three U.S. premieres.
Atractor, a Bogotá-based artistic group, will present SWARM, an immersive bio-techno audiovisual and electro-punk collaborative performance of humans with non-humans. Experience a journey through the metamorphosis of the sound waves of bees.
QUADr, an electroacoustic quartet based in Montreal, presents the U.S. premiere of its work /cYcle. Immersed in audio-reactive visual projections, the musicians play on modified bicycle wheels with which they create a large variety of electronic sounds, from deep impacts to bowed strings harmonies, interpreting the electroacoustic composition "/cYcle", written by the ensemble. The artists take up different roles, constantly changing the stage dynamic and revealing new instruments and innovative musical interactions throughout the show. The result is a unique creation, both dark and at the forefront of technological experimentation and musical innovation.
Alexis L.T piece, Interference (String Network), is an audiovisual performance that explores the possibilities of interpreting an electroacoustic work in real time using a unique audiovisual device. On stage, an audio-reactive play of light is revealed gradually as Alexis builds a network of strings with which he interacts in order to create a sound universe that meets electronica and electro-acoustics
When & where
Tuesday November 21, 2017 @ 8pm
La Mama, Downstairs 66 East 4th Street
Tickets $21 General Public / $16 Students
Doors open @ 7pm
This memorable evening will be moderated by Dutch Fashion-Tech Designer Anouk Wipprecht. Wipprecht combines fashion and technology with interactive creations. She will demo a new work as part of her residency at TED HQ in New York with Hackster.io.
This program is supported as part of the Dutch Culture USA program by the Consulate General of the Netherlands in New York.
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