November 12, 2019
Start time: 19:30h
Entrance: 6 Euros
Lehrter Str. 35, 10557 Berlin
Cinema as an audiovisual experience – Music for Cinemas (based on Brian Enos famous ambient work) transforms the canvas into a visual background for spacious sound explorations. Monthly, we’ll present three artists who are going to perform live featuring their own visual accompaniment.
Unfortunately, the Filmrauschpalast is not barrier-free. Please contact us if you need any assistance via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Das Kino als Ort für Klänge – In der Reihe Music for Cinemas (frei nach Brian Eno) tritt die Leinwand in den Hintergrund und macht Platz für raumfüllende Sound-Explorationen. Präsentiert werden monatlich je drei Künstler*innen, die ihre Live-Performance eigens für den Filmrausch mit Visualisierungen auf der Leinwand umsetzen.
Leider ist der Kinosaal nicht barrierefrei zu erreichen. Bitte kontaktiere uns, wenn du Unterstützung bei der Anreise benötigst, unter email@example.com.
MimiCof + Kaliber16
MimiCof is the solo project of Midori Hirano, in which she explores the realm of experimental composition sound and detailed rhythmic patterns, combined with an idea of drawing melodic shapes and harmonies. MimiCof has released two albums on PROGRESSIVE FOrM and an EP on her own, and performed at various festivals and events such as Club Transmediale, Heroines of Sound Festival, Rotterdam International Film Festival, Boiler Room Berlin and L.E.V.Festival.
She also did remixes for Christopher Willits, Kid606, Liars, Sonae and many other artists. The third MimiCof album “Moon Synch” has been released on Alien Transistor label and is based on the recordings she has done with the Buchla analogue modular synthesizer during her residency at EMS Elektronmusikstudion in Stockholm. She joined the first series of the compilation “SICHTEN.1” which was curated by Frank Bretschneider, and has been released on raster in 2018.
She will play an audio/visual show with Kaliber16 who translates the audio signal into abstract video.
Lucid Grain are Martha Bahr (also known as Panic Girl) and Anatol Locker from Munich. In their Modular Synth meditations they mix Electronic Ambient with experimental structures and sounds.
Lucid Grain released their debut album Rise & Fall via Modularfield.
Tatsumi Ryusui + Saiko Ryusui
Tatsumi Ryusui (Drone/Ambient Guitar) is a Japanese-born, Berlin based experimental/noise/ambient sound artist. He processes several proper, accidental or self-build instruments to generate delicate, yet powerful and astonishing ambient textures that connect drone with the cathartic side of noise.
For Music for Cinemas Tatsumi Ryusui collaborates with Saiko Ryusui for an audio-visual set.
Saiko Ryusui (Visuals): After finishing her studies in fine art and sculpture at Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weißensee Saiko Ryusui began to work in the area of music. She plays drums in the Berlin Band Brabrabra and is involved in many other musical projects. Sometimes she is projecting self-cut, abstract videos, which work with material collected in the everyday world.
Gefördert durch die Musicboard Berlin GmbH.
Funded by Musicboard Berlin GmbH.