Peruvian electronic composer and producer CAO and CGI-artist Michael Tan will present The Burial Theme, a mesmerizing audiovisual performance inspired by ancient Moche iconography and cosmology that explores the dualities of life/death, generation/destruction, and cohesion/dispersion cycles.
The Burial Theme examines the ceremonial object of ancient Moche iconography, both in its native context and as an “unearthed object”, which expresses the transience and decay of the natural world. In ancient Moche iconography, this ceremonial object acts as a gate, threshold or geometrical key, signifying the readiness to transfer between worlds (living/dead, vision/blindness, sacred/profane, etc.).
About the artists
Constanza Bizraelli aka CAO is a Peruvian electronic composer and producer, sound artist and theorist. She also directs and edits Cyclops Journal, a publication for contemporary philosophy and experimental theory.
Michael Tan is an Australian artist using 3D rendered and real-time images for video and installation artworks. Exhibiting with ISM Hexadome, along with other artists Brian Eno, Thom Yorke, Ben Frost and Holly Herndon, creating video works for electronic music artists like Dopplereffekt.
The Burial Theme | #AncientNarratives #ismhexadome. Audio by @caomusik as part of #theburialtheme, an Institute for Sound & Music performance and installation at Gropius Bau. Tickets available online https://goo.gl/TawD32Unreal Engine NVIDIA Game Developer
Geplaatst door Michael Tan op Dinsdag 17 april 2018