Live stream – 3. May 2020 @ 05:00-05:45 CEST/UTC+2
A live composition/improvisation using SuperCollider, live environment atmosphere sound and CC-licenced field recordings. It will be performed from the most eastern part of the municipality of Ljubljana, where we remain in lockdown due to the pandemic. The location is elevated enough to afford a good view of the sunrise. The sound broadcast will happen roughly during civil twilight, starting at 45 minutes before sunrise.
Interface Fractures is a series of audiovisual explorations Luka Prinčič has been developing in collaboration with the Slovenian Cinematheque since 2013. The series’ cinema-sound episodes share the same method and format: an immersive situation in the darkness of the cinema, the use of digital and open source tools for generating image and sound, a dichotomy between fixed composition and improvisation in time, a tendency for abstraction out of which fragments of the concrete arise, and playing with the synchronisation of sound and image. Although the creation process includes an examination of the contemporary human condition, conventional narration is not so important in the created performances and remains in the background. Interface Fractures is thus a fragmented excursion into abstract sound and the moving picture. Their synthetic integration emerges from the process of searching for fractures and subjectivities in a seeming impenetrability of polished and polarised interfaces – mediated, inter-machinic, interhuman.
, MENT, Pritličje, Ljubljana, SI
, Cirkulacija, Ljubljana, SI
, Slovenska kinoteka, Ljubljana, SI (odpade/cancelled)
Luka Prinčič: a musician, sound & media artist, engineer and dj. My sound goes from broken bass to noise, drone and sonic experiments. I'm one half of Wanda & Nova deViator, I run Kamizdat label and work at Emanat institute. I'm passionate about critical art expressions, free software, social awareness, cyberpunk, and peculiarity of contemporary human condition.
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