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DELTA Piksel presenterer Daniel Dreier (DE)

Kollektivet DELTA Piksel snurrer i gang en arrangementsrekke med presentasjon av utenlandske artister innen minimalistisk elektronisk musikk – i kombinasjon med eksperimentell kunst og installasjoner.

Vi har fått med oss litt av et kobbel glitrende artister på første event!

Tidligere fast dj i Berlin på Bar 25, Panorama Bar og Watergate mv. og foregangsfigur innenfor minimal- og mikrohouse, Daniel Dreier, disker opp med et 3,5 timers “hybrid” sett.

line up:
Daniel Dreier(DE)

Kvelden åpner med to live-sett og installasjoner i Lydgalleriet med følgende eminente utøvere:

ADIVAN (Ida Nerbø & Ivan Andre Paulsen) – live sett
Rudi Valdersnes – live sett

DJ Pete the Heat & Anders G.

visuals:
Gisle Frøysland

CC: 150, –

BILLETTER:
https://goo.gl/bYXssJ

Arrangementet støttes av Bergen kommune


DANIEL DREIER

Daniel Dreier has played an integral role in Berlins techno scene since the early 2000’s.
Since his very first release on Highgrade records Chick ’n Chips which was a huge summer hit 2005 , played by the likes of Luciano and Richie Hawtin. Luciano even featured it on his charts on number 2.
It followed a residency for 5 years at Watergate, Bar25 and in the infamous Panoramabar.
Collaborations with Guido Schneider , Tom Clark and Lee Jones followed on labels such as Bar 25 , Klang Elektronik (sublabel of Playhouse) and Sender Records.
He counts Ricardo Villalobos as a huge influence who he saw play the first time in places such as E-werk and Panoramabar.
Daniel has played all around the world and can adapt and sense what the crowd needs whatever the situation is.

https://soundcloud.com/danieldreier

ADVIAN – Ida Nerbø & Ivan Andre Paulsen

IDA NERBØ

Ida plays a dark, hypnotic and trippy mix of acid and techno music. She has been a figure in the techno scene in Norway for a few years, and has performed at raves on boats in the Norwegian fjords, clubs including PLOINK (NO), DOT (NO), and EKKO Festival (NO), as well as holding down a monthly residency at KLUBB BLUBB (NO). Spring of 2017 she made her international debut in Portugal where she performed at the Parva Basement rave (PT). Later she has travelled to Asia for gigs at Social Room/HYPNOTIC (HK), Vervo Club (CHI) and Club Kowloon (HK).

Ida contributes to the techno scene in Norway with various side projects such as publishing the Bergen Techno Fanzine, a printed magazine about techno culture in Norway.

Ida is part of DOT Collective Bergen, which is a team that creates and promotes dance events focusing on unusual techno acts in combination with art and light work.

IVAN ANDRE PAULSEN

Ivan has spent most of his time in the dark and murky underground territory of DIY ,noise, contemporary music and impromusic as part of Bergen Impro Bigband, automat.piss.tool and the BIT20 Club. The last few years he has been fucking around with power electronics under the moniker cirnu and lately as one half of the experimental duo ADIVAN with ida nerbø. Unexpect the expected.

RUDI VALDERSNES

Musician producer Dj making leftfield Techno by hardware and selfmade/ found perkusion instruments. Founding member of Ideophone records and contributer to events in the nabourhood. Focusing on gender issues, including events and experimental avantgarde techno music. Has new album releases cuming up as solo artist and in collaboration with musician’s and artists. a diverse musical past including punk rock careers , jazz art music and contemporary music scene organicer it has all been translated in to production of techno. Hypnotic minimal calming and uplifting dark and light rhythms, ambients and melodys.

https://soundcloud.com/rudi-valdersnes

ANDERS G

Anders G is one of the founders of the Bergen’s techno scene. He has fit into all the facets of the scene, standing behind the stage as DJ and light artist, and in front of the stage as part of the audience. As a previous club organiser, he has managed club events, techno and rave parties, and incorporated VJ artists, performance art projects and installations. Tonight he’ll do a set with DJ Peat the Heat, and they’ll give some distinct sound that may consist of everything from industrial ambience, intergalactic space funk and pure muzak.

https://soundcloud.com/anders_gogstad/archive_x_15

GISLE FRØYSLAND

220hex / Gisle Frøysland has for over a decade been one of the key figures of the Norwegian electronic arts scene. Since the early 80s he has been working as a musician, VJ and visual artist. He is a founding member of BEK – the Bergen Centre for Electronic Art and initiator/director of the Piksel festival for free technologies in artistic practice.
Gisle Frøysland has been the receiver of grants and has held numerous exhibitions, many of them in Norway but also abroad. His work has been presented at several international festivals like Electrohype, Dissonanze, Transmediale, Borealis, Ultima, MakeArt, Pixelache, Mal au Pixel and Electropixel. His past collaborators include KKNull, VuNhatTan, John Hegre, Lasse Marhaug, BAKtruppen and Motherboard.

http://piksel.no/

DJ PETE THE HEAT

Event organizer and dj since mid-nineties. Minimal enthusiast.


Regnskog @ Bergen Kjøtt

Bergen Kjøtt October 11-17 2010

Image:Rainforest2.png

REGNSKOG: a Collaborative Workshop/Performance/Installation in the Spirit of David Tudor

INTRODUCTION: HANDS DIRTY ART

Over the past few years, a strong reaction against the sterile world of laptop sound and video has inspired a new interest in analog processes, or “hands dirty” art in the words of practitioner John Richards. With this renewed analog interest comes a fresh exploration of the pioneers of the electronic arts during the pre-digital era of the 1960s and 1970s. Artists and inventors such as Nam June Paik, Steina & Woody Vasulka, Don Buchla, Serge Tcherepnin, Dan Sandin and David Tudor all constructed their own unique instruments long before similar tools became commercially available or freely downloadable–and often through a long, rigorous process of self-education in electronics.

DAVID TUDOR’S RAINFOREST

David Tudor, in particular, has become the focus of intense interest (c.f. Leonardo Music Journal 14, 2004). His transformation from John Cage’s concert pianist to an electronic performer and autodidact engineer in his own right is archetypal for the contemporary media artist, who also must oscillate between the creative and the learning processes. His work “Rainforest” also stands out as an exemplary model of the collaborative process within a technically defined, yet socially open system. (continue reading…)


Streaming now!! rainforest IV – David Tudor – Area10 / london

A10lab, Area10, Apo33, Noise=Noise, Beyond Signal, Fibrr Records &
Sound Research Practice, Goldsmiths presents:

RAINFOREST IV – DAVID TUDOR

“a collaborative environmental work, spatially mixing the live sounds
of suspended sculptures and found objects, with their transformed
reflections in an audio system. ”

STREAMING NOW

During 2 days, if you couldn’t join us, you could listen at us :
http://stream.r23.cc:2323/rainforest.mp3.m3u

and tomorrow even watch the whole installation 🙂
http://stream.r23.cc:2323/rainforest.ogg.m3u (continue reading…)


AROUGATE @ Piksel07

AROUGATE – APO33 INSTALLATION- PIKSEL FESTIVAL – BERGEN 2007 from apo33 on Vimeo.

Arougate is an installation that involves the environnement of the space he is invited to hunt in.

Arougate is a digital beast who hunts information, tracks it, feeds on it, and generally reacts to it. Arougate behaves like a wolf when he eats his ‘preys’ ; no one can disturb him without consequence; the combination of a machinic system with the poetic-modelisation of animal reactions creates an uncontrollable noise activity in a specific place.

Arougate is composed of audio, video, data sensor extensions which enable him to hunt in any situation; the bestial mechanism operates fast interactions on the hunted information which is then divided into two layers: the digestive mechanism of the beast’s digital belly and his swift reaction to hunting in a dangerous steppe. The outcome of these interactions is redistributed in space with the help of video & audio signals, spatialized by different devices (speakers, TV radios, wall projection…etc).

When people invade the digital den, they enter simultaneously the beast’s belly and mind, or rather, a strong chaotic mixture of wires (electrical, networked, metal…etc), speakers, machines (nuxbox), radios and others unexpected objects, where vibrations (light and air) come to crash!


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