IKLECTIK and Apo33 present,
Electropixel Festival #12 – Irrational Collective Performance – London
ELECTRONOISE – LONDON
Thursday 21 July 2022 | 8pm – 11:30pm
Tickets: £8 + fee https://buytickets.at/iklectik/711962
JENNY PICKETT (guitar & electronics)
RHYS TRIMBLE (voice & electronics)
JULIEN OTTAVI (metapercussions and performance)
LAURA NETZ & MATHR (diy oscillators, and electromagnetic detectors + live coding in C)
LUKE JORDAN & RYAN JORDAN (body performance, noise, dirty electronics)
ISN’TSES (electronics, voice)
IKLECTIK IRRATIONAL ENSEMBLE (short but intense electronic noise music)
Festival of emerging digital cultures and free electronic practices, Electropixel is part of an international network of electronic arts festivals. The festival opens a singular space allowing the meeting of artists (audiovisual, musicians, visual artists, intermedia, performers, etc.), theorists, programmers, tinkerers, and inventors of all kinds and of the factories of the everyday. For this new edition of the Electropixel festival, we plan to deepen the relationship to the collective and to shared creation through a network of international exchanges.
The festival continues to imagine and think about the new modalities of artistic creation during the pandemic and in particular the disintegration of the idea of commonality and sharing. We need to find links in creation, new ways to explore new writing together rather than being isolated, confined, separated. How to build creations that represent multiple and delocalized collectives?
ongoing performance with artists and musicians where the public could interact with a collective experimentation. The idea is to create a framework where artists, public, musicians feel comfortable to work together in a different process with no specific hierarchy on a common art process/project. Apo33 proposes an experimental art evening where participants build an evening between installation and performances.
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