Posts Tagged ‘k77’


November 5th, 2012

K77 -Lichtblick Kino- SALON BRUIT BERLIN

Monthly series of oculo-aural events at K77 curated by Julian Bonequi in collaboration with sciolist & Salon Bruit.


Series #10 | 16.11.2012

Audrey Chen | Cello and voice
JD Zazie | Turntable, mixer, CDj

GIANFRANCO BONADIES | digital cut out, motion graphics and 3D elements. Commissioned animation with music by LOUP

AUDREY CHEN | Cello, voice and electronics

Audrey Chen is a Chinese-American musician and performance artist born outside of Chicago in 1976. Using the cello, voice and analog electronics, Chen’s work focuses on the combination and layering of traditional and extended techniques. A large component of her music is improvised and her approach to this is often extremely personal and visceral. Her performance work incorporates sound, movement and visual/sculptural concepts. Chen performs solo and in collaboration with a wide number of musicians and dancers. Among musicians, she has worked with many great artists, including Phil Minton, Tetuzi Akiyama, Toshimaru Nakamura, Ko Ishikawa, Elliott Sharp, Aki Onda, Phill Niblock, Frederic Blondy, Jim Pugliese, Alessandro Bosetti, Mike Cooper, Mats Gustafsson, Mazen Kerbaj, Michael Zerang, Tatsuya Nakatani, Le Quan Ninh, Joe Mcphee, Susan Alcorn, Michele Doneda, Paolo Angeli, and Gianni Gebbia. She is member of the Red room and High Zero Collective in Baltimore, an on-going series and international festival devoted to experimental improvised music.

JD ZAZIE | Turntable, mixer, CDj

JD Zazie born in Bolzano, JD Zazie is an italian sound artist and recordist based in Berlin. Coming from a DJ and a radiophonic background JD Zazie has explored over the years different approaches of real-time manipulation on fixed recorded sound.

GIANFRANCO BONADIES | digital cut out, motion graphics and 3D elements

Gianfranco Bonadies born in Italy. He’s an illustrator with a strong background working as motionographer and 3d artist for various animated productions: from television series to projection mapping events, advertisement and movies. He writes and illustrates children’s books, designs, animates and directs animations. Gianfranco uses different techniques ranging from 3D graphics and motion graphics programs to inks, paints and watercolors. He loves to collect textures. His work focuses on psychedelic childhood environments.