Sunday 25 February 2018, 7.30pm
Daichi Yoshikawa / electronic feedback
Jean-Luc Guionnet / alto sax
the sound come from a speaker working with feedback of the contact microphones.
the constant vibration resonate with objects make the wonder of work, and share of listening.
He is waiting for the release of his solo work at the moment.
from Japan, based in London and Berlin.
curating series of experimental music events at Dzialdov(http://dzialdov.de/)
his recent work consists number of places in deferent countries with lll人, a group based in London uk, Seymour Wright(saxophone) and Paul Abbott(Paul Abbott)
“An experience that’s hard to put into words.... an engulfing multisensory experience in which the whole room seemed to come to life in time to the music” – Andrew Gordon, the Fountain
Trudat Sound & Light is the ongoing performance based practice of Glasgow based multimedia artist Charlie Knox and frequent collaborator Euan McKenzie. The project explores improvisation and the design of real time systems for the creative manipulation of immersive environments.
For this show at Cafe OTO Charlie will perform a solo improvisation utilising laptop, various electronics, DIY lightboxes and stripped back projections evoking a sort of spiritual machine music; a gradual transcendence from meditative digital pining to an emancipated shriek of sentient circuitry, fusing of sound, light, rhythm and texture to create a unique, otherworldly incantation.