Thu 22 Mar 2018
Showcase internationaler A/V-Performances microB & Aude Rrose

20:00 Uhr
Einlass 19:30 Uhr

Do 22. / Fr 23. / Sa 24. März 2018 / 20 Uhr 

Die B-Seite schlägt ab 2018 neue Wege ein und geht biennal. Weil die Festivalmacher dem Publikum aber auch in den Zwischenjahren eine ordentliche Portion internationaler Top-A/V-Performances auf Augen und Ohren geben wollen, organisieren sie im Gegenrhythmus kleine Feste für die Sinne im Zeichen optischer Reize und scharfer Tempokurven: die microB. Auf keinen Fall verpassen! Denn es wird unvergesslich werden. B-lieve it.

DO 22.03.2018 /// 20 Uhr 

Once so eloquently described as ‘next level shit’ by Grandmaster Flash, British electronic duo Addictive TV create music with a difference; it’s music you can see! Described by Live Design magazine as “inspiring an entire generation of artists exploring the crossover between audio and visual mediums” Addictive TV are best known for their dynamic audio/video performances and innovative use of video sampling.

Orchestra of Samples, their latest project and five years in the making, has won them international acclaim. After filming more than 200 musicians around the globe, then sampling and seamlessly splicing them together, the duo created a digital supergroup of international artists who never met but play together on screen. In a fusion of sound and vision, Addictive TV explore new forms of collaboration with musicians playing all manner of instruments from Brazil to Kazakhstan, Egypt to Senegal and across Europe on an incredible musical journey without borders! Now signed with German label !K7, they released Orchestra of Samples as an album in 2017. 

Aude Rrose

DO 22.03.2018 /// 21 Uhr 

AudeRrose is multi-disciplinary artist living Berlin, working with performance, photography, sound and live video. She regularly presents her video performances in international festivals.

Her imagery plays with narrative structures, developing dreamy and intimate universes, exploring various forms of interplay between body, images in motion, deconstructive narrations and self-mythology. Her performances articulate live scenography protocols integrating video as an environment medium, often using real-time camera feedback, considering the black box as a possible oneiric space, where sounds and images communicate in a poetic and narrative journey.

Her work oscillates between digital and analogue medium, combining original cross-border techniques between real-time video feedback and digital and acoustic sounds. She often uses overhead projectors, dia projectors, typewriters, clocks, that are amplified via micro-contact microphones, combined with acoustic and digital sounds.

She uses live cameras and pre-recorded video samples, sometimes combined with programing language such as pure data, seeking to develop a closer interaction between video and sound events. Fascinated by archaic imagery and mechanical objects, she also creates costumes and scenography, seeking to immerse the audience in a dream box, using her figure as a “persona” reenacting a forgotten memories inside a poetic journey.

Ari Dykier

FR 23.03.2018 /// 20 Uhr

Ari Dykier is visual artist based in Poland. He attended Camerimage Film School and most of his career works as filmmaker.With passion for animated works he focused himself  on creating animated visuals and since 2013 frequently takes a part in festivals like Live Performers Meeting(Cape Town,Rome,Amsterdam), Visual Brasil (Barcelona),Generate!(Tübingen),Patchlab (Kraków) and others.

His works refers to tradition of surreal animation and wide range of art genres. Through the  visuals made from vintage illustrations he attempts to recreate experience of dream and oneiric reality taking inspiration from childhood fairytales,movies, paintings, books or music.

As a self-taught animator he uses digital technics to create his content but also gives a try to traditional, hand drawing animation. 

Currently he runs a project presenting his visuals with accompany of polish baroque orchestra Arte dei Suonatori.

Myriam Bleau

FR 23.03.2018 /// 21 Uhr 

Myriam Bleau, Soft Revolvers is an audiovisual performance for 4 spinning tops built with clear acrylic by the artist. Each top is associated with an ‘instrument’ in an electronic music composition and the motion data collected by sensors – placed inside the tops – informs musical algorithms. With their large circular spinning bodies and their role as music playing devices, the interfaces strongly evoke turntables and DJ culture, hip hop and dance music. LEDs placed inside the tops illuminate the body of the objects in a precise counterpoint to the music, creating stunning spinning halos.

WorkInProgress | Weltpremiere

SA 24.03.2018 /// 20 Uhr 

Benjamin Jantzen und Éric Trottier haben zusammen eine Performance für zwei Tänzer und Video entwickelt.

Orson Hentschel

SA 24.03.2018 /// 21 Uhr

Describing Orson Hentschel only as a composer of contemporary music does not do him justice. In his self-conception as an audio-visual artist he creates his own live show, combining lights, visuals and fog to a stunning atmosphere, which cannot be eluded. Supported by live-drummer Lukas Baumgart, Hentschel delivers a sound, whose energy is physically palpable and electrifies the audience. A live-show generating an intense experience, going to the limit and erasing any sense of time. Orson Hentschel moves perceptions not merely through sheer volume, but with driving repetitions and extensive tension. 

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Alle Vorstellungen

---> 22. Mar. 18 - 20:00 Uhr: microB Showcase internationaler A/V-Performances/ & Aude Rrose

---> 23. Mar. 18 - 20:00 Uhr: microB Showcase internationaler A/V-Performances/Ari Dykier & Myriam Bleau

---> 24. Mar. 18 - 20:00 Uhr: microB Showcase internationaler A/V-Performances/WorkInProgress & Orson Hentschel