Friday, November 25, 2011

International biotic of performers streaming electronic music from Berlin on Sat, Nov 26, all night

IMG_1544 by justien
IMG_1544, a photo by justien on Flickr.

"Installations and performances that manipulate spaces, real, virtual, and imagined will be streamed from Berlin's Lab for Electronic Arts and Performance on Nov 26," announces Peter Kirn, electronic music performer and writer who has recently relocated from NYC to Berlin.

"New works make noises with reel-to-reel tape, code, mechanical percussion, and more. I’ll be playing a live set with Pd, producing granular architectures from the harmonious sounds of piano and synth. And a highlight promises to be Robert Henke (of Monolake and Ableton fame, among other things), performing an epic 12-hour performance."

Kirn authors the sites Create Digital Music and Create Digital Motion. Videos, stills and descriptions of the Berlin performances will be found there.

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