12 February | 20:00

CC4AV ➝ Coded Structures #265

Doors: 19:30 / Start time: 20:00
Entrance: 6-10 euro (up to your offer)
Part of the transmediale/CTM Vorspiel 2017 festival

CC4AV presents ➝ Federico Foderaro, Mei-Fang, Ran Ancor, Nicolas Schindler

Curated by

Irina Spicaka — a Berlin-based media artist, graphic, user experience designer and curator of CC4AV platform.

CC4AV is a platform for collaborative experiments with technology, sound, design and visual art. CC4AV organises creative coding for live audio and visual workshops in Berlin.

Federico Foderaro - an Italian artist and programmer working with sound, visuals and data. While maintaining a clear structured form, he tends to create works that have a strong sensorial impact. He expresses himself with creative coding which is the best way to combine all of the technological and cultural revolutions that we are experiencing today. Federico believes programming offers artists the freedom of expression in the art and technology fields.

Performance by Mei-Fang and Ran Ancor is an immersive audiovisual experience, using hacked scientific technology as an artistic medium. The analog visuals derive from an oscilloscope, which generate light from electromagnetic fields deflecting electron beams. These warm and organic images are transformed via computer vision into real-time motion data, which drive the generative sound system. The audience is invited to immerse themselves in the intricate layers of the soundscape and organic visual textures that explore symmetry and randomness, deliberation and serendipity.

Ran Ancor — a Berlin-based artist dedicated to light research and video experimentation. He studied epistemology with a minor in computers, then started to work in between art and informatics. He is active in electronic AV live-set, light installations and wearable performances. Most significant elements in his works are immateriality, movement and metamorphosis, visual fluxus, fusion with sound and space. In 2001 he founded eXtraLight Advanced Visuals, focusing on the light as substance through its expression in the form of light performances, visuals and installations.

Mei–Fang - a sound artist and technologist. She builds generative sound systems to create organic and cinematic soundscapes. She's made interactive audio systems for dance performances , a laptop orchestra, live performances and exhibitions. She’s programmed a commercial synthesizer, Polyphylla, using generative algorithms. Her productions consists of ever-evolving layers of sound, blending warm and emotive textures with noise and dissonance.

Heterotopias – Based on a kinetic installation with the same name, this audiovisual performance invites the public to discover evolving architectural spaces through the use of light and pure tones. Walls of light and tones will be produced real-time through volumetric projections and a 4-channel sound improvisation.

Nicolas Schindler - a Franco-Argentinian sound artist and designer. He has worked for and collaborated with international producers and artists such as Marius de Vries, Colder and Simian Mobile Disco. He has worked as a sound designer for Elevation Studios, commercial clients include Nowness, Max Mara, Chloé and Prada. His current work and research is focused on the perceptual intersection and interaction of light, sound and space.