Five performances across two days including Eli Keszler’s semi-sculptural performance installations and rapid-fire percussive attack, John Wiese’s electroacoustic music emphasizing the mixing desk as a true instrument and the debut european show of extreme computer musicians R/S (Peter ‘Pita’ Rehberg/Marcus Schmickler) on day one. This will be followed by Valerio Tricoli’s command of concrète tape music techniques opening day two ahead of the first ever London concert of Catherine Christer Hennix’s spiritual minimalism – performed as as a collaboration with significant european minimal musician Werner Durand.
CATHERINE CHRISTER HENNIX
R/S (PETER REHBERG/MARCUS SCHMICKLER)
Friday 27 & Saturday 28 January 2012
Two day pass: £20
Day Tickets : £12 adv / £14 on the door
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Festival supported by The Wire Magazine.