</coding in GE> : Corazon de Robota + Laura Netz + Isnt’ses
Wednesday 14 November doors 8pm – adv £7 / door £9 | BUY TICKETS
Corazon de Robota
Constanza Piña is a Chilean artist and contemporary dance performer.
She creates works in various fields including new media, dance, performance, focusing in DIY synthesizers, electronic textiles and wearable technology.
Constanza is Bachelor of Arts from the University of Playa Ancha, Valparaiso Chile. Post-graduate in Contemporary Dance in Escenalborde (Contemporary performing art center) / University of Valparaiso. Specializing diploma in Digital Video Technology and Online / Offline in the superior School of Design ESDi (MECAD / Media Center d’Art & Design, Spain) and candidate Master in Media Art from the University of Chile.
She is co-director of the Art and Technology Laboratory Chimbalab ( 2008-2012) and has conducted numerous Workshops and lectures about electronic experimentation and DIY Culture. She is also member of sudamerica experimental, an independent sharing and collaborative platform for Electronic Arts projects.
Laura Netz (Barcelona, 1982). Participant at hacking culture and noise scene has taken part in many international events, such as exhibitions, workshops, conferences, and concerts. As a Live Performer, she has acted in various festivals and events in London and overseas: Noizemaschine, London; XX Studio, Montreal, Canada, 2015; Noise Toys Orchestra, Cafe Oto, London, 2015; Sonica FM, London, 2015; OneBeatEcho, New York, US, 2014. In 2014, she released her first record at the [EdP069] Editora do Porto. In 2015, she launched her independent record label EAM Elektronische-art-and-music. She is well-known in London noise scene where she performs under the moniker Laura Netz / Medial Ages. Nowadays, she is promoting the series Queer+_Noise taking place in London, various venues, where inviting different artists from the LGBT community influenced by noise, experimental, electronics and open source music.
Isn’tses is a collaboration between visual/electronic artist and musician Lisa McKendrick (Listen Lisse) and animator and electronic artist Tim Drage (Cementimental). The duo perform wearing costumes and masks in conjunction with live video projections and illuminated props. They deliver a spontaneous and improvised performance using theatrical style interaction with their self-built synths, noise boxes, circuit bent toys and vocals. Their music conjures themes such as paganism, freedom of speech, freedom of sound, intergalactic heroism and a playful interpretation of popular culture.