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News & Agenda January 2018
Lawrence Malstaf
Shrink 01995
FILE Festival Belo Horizonte 2018
19 January 2018
until 19 March 2018
CCBB Belo Horizonte (BR)

For this exhibition at CCBB Belo Horizonte, FILE Festival has chosen the theme “Electronic art in the disruptive age”. These exhibitions purpose a rupture at the traditional form of art appreciation, here the visitors can experience: new sensations and perceptions; senses the relationship between real and digital movement; interact with the works and immerse themselves into virtual reality.

Lawrence Malstaf
Shrink 01995
 
FILE Festival Belo Horizonte 2018

Lawrence Malstaf, Shrink 01995
Mental Overdrive
Nominated for Spellemannprisen - Best electronic album 2017

Mental Overdrive is nominated for the Norwegian Grammy aka Spellemann for EPILOGUE  as best electronic music album of 2017, together with great artists such as Lindstrom, +Plattform and SASSY 009. 

Mental Overdrive’s live shows are based on hardware equipment only, and varies from harder, beat-based techno shows to more abstract/ambient gigs, all depending on the nature of the event. At the bigger Mental Overdrive shows, live visuals by Tromsø artist Nicolas Horne are part of the setup.

UPCOMING GIGS
26 January - Cementen, Stavanger - Live set
27 January - Vaktbua, Kristiansand - Live set

Mental Overdrive
Video live in-store at Filter Musikk, Oslo

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Mental Overdrive

Mental Overdrive - EPILOGUE
David Bowen - Lawrence Malstaf
Némo Biennale
Les Faits du hasard
Le CENTQUATRE, Paris (F)

until 4 March 2018

Matters of chance: Intentional artistic accidents and poetic re-reading of a technological society seen in the digital age are at the heart of the next central exhibition of the international Némo Biennial of digital art at Le CENTQUATRE: Les Faits du hasard. 
A way for Man to resume control over the machine?

The exhibition Les Faits du hasard includes a.o. installations by 
DAVID BOWEN and LAWRENCE MALSTAF

David Bowen, tele-present wind, 2011
Lawrence Malstaf, Conversations 02012
Annelies Van Parys
Het Kanaal

26 & 27 January 2018 
Ostade A'dam (NL)

6 & 7 February 2018 
NTGent (BE)

On a beach near Calais a young refugee prepares himself to swim across the Channel, towards his new future. On the English side, on the chalk cliffs of Beachy Head, a (transsexual) woman bids life goodbye; in a few instants she will jump to her death. 
The new text by author Gaea Schoeters is mirrored by recently recovered Shakespeare-text. 

Composer Annelies Van Parys uses the Shakespeare-text as a libretto for a cycle of songs, which set the refugee theme in a historical perspective. The soprano is also the intermediary between past and present, audience and play; via other spoken Shakespeare fragments she sets the story in a different perspective, turning the personal stories into a sharp reflection of society, both in the 16th century and today – because the similarities are, alas, striking. 

Text Gaea Schoeters Composition Annelies Van Parys Direction Gable Roelofsen & Romy Roelofsen / Het Geluid Maastricht 
Actors Katelijne Verbeke & Adams Mensah 
Vocalist Naomi Beeldens Lute/guitar Maarten Vandenbemden Scenography Anneleen De Causmaecker Co-produced by Perignem vzw

Muziektheater Transparant
Het Geluid Maastricht
Antwerp Queer Arts Festival

Het Kanaal ©Koen Broos
Resonances
Izar Duo

21 January 2018 - 12:00
Galerie Dijkstra, Antwerpen (BE)

28 January 2018 - 15:00
Klaviercentrum Quatre Mains, Gent (BE)

Annelies Van Parys
IZAR DUO

IZAR DUO
Harptrio
Oxalys Ensemble
31 January 2018 - 20:15
Vilain XIIII, Maasmechelen (BE)

Program
Chavez: Trio \\\'naar Debussy en De Falla\\\'
Jongen: Danse lente
Van Parys: Harp Trio
Bax: Fantasy Sonata
Debussy: Sonate

Annelies Van Parys
Oxalys Ensemble

Oxalys Ensemble
David Bowen
tele-present water
AESTHETICS OF CHANGE
MAK, Vienna (AT)

until 15 April 2018

tele-present water  draws information from the intensity and movement of the water in a remote location. Wave data is being collected and updated from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration data buoy station 51003. The wave intensity and frequency collected from the buoy is scaled and transferred to the mechanical grid structure, resulting in a simulation of the physical effects caused by the movement of water from this distant unknown location.

David Bowen
MAK

infrared drawing device
DRAWN FROM A SCORE
Beall Center for Art + Technology - Los Angeles (USA)

until 3 February 2018

infrared drawing device by David Bowen uses four infrared sensors to detect people as they move in front of it. The sensors are programmed to move a drawing arm in real time creating a charcoal drawing based on a participants' movements.

David Bowen
Beall Center for Art + Technology

David Bowen, infrared drawing device, 2003
5twig & 24 leaves
Stream Capture
Minneapolis College of Art and Design Gallery, Minneapolis (USA)

until 4 March 2018

5twigs consists of 5 found twigs that were three dimensionally scanned and then printed in translucent plastic. Each original twig was then mounted in opposition to its artificial counterpart.
24 leaves uses muscle wire to make each leaf subtly bend in unison when the viewer pushes a toggle switch.

David Bowen
Minneapolis College of Art and Design Gallery

David Bowen, 24 leaves, 2002
David Bowen - what the work knows

The publication 'what the work knows' was produced by the McKnight Foundation in conjunction with a McKnight Visual Artist Fellowship which David Bowen received in 2015.

Free download publication

David Bowen, what the work knows (publication)
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