SCOPE presents: RaumZeitPiraten #90
15 January | 20:00
Start time: 20:00
A RaumZeitPiraten performance night with a selection of optoacoustic devices and machines used to create time and space bending, multi-dimensional image and soundscapes
These instruments are experimental prototypes of open audiovisual systems bursting any 16:9 or whatever format, denying the long reign of rectangle fixation, disturbing computer programmed black-box brains, exploring the potential of heterogeneous, organically and collectively improvised installations and multi-visions.
As special guest our buddy the turntapelist, improviser the preterite (Jim Campbell) is joining us with some of his modified, musical instruments.
Event presented by Scope - curated by AudeRrose
RaumZeitPiraten (Tobias Daemgen, Jan Ehlen, Moritz Ellerich) are a space and time bending artists collective. With their site-specific, performative installations they create ephemeral models of unperfect mensch-maschine counter worlds questioning calculated realities, scientific accurateness and anorganic, machine dominated behaviour.
With custom-built opto-acoustic instruments they are misusing and remixing ancient and up-to-date auditive and visual technologies for heterogeneous, organically improvised light and sound architectures.
Their activities are aimed at playful, experimental connections of sound, image, object, space and time to an alternately-self-expanding-multimedia-performance-surround-spaceship-laboratory-travel to somewhere between science and fiction.