Live AV performance of Visual Rhythms at Stazione di Topolò in the Italian Alps in 2012.
Simon Longo (sonic artist) and Max Schleser (filmmaker) have joined audio-visual forces for collaborative AV performances and experimentation with sound and moving-image. Both practioners combine their own research practices, backgrounds and experimental working methods in a unique cooperation to create a synergy between their works, which transcends the boundaries of various disciplines. Simon Longo (Dithernoise) and Max Schleser have exhibited and performed their work individually as well as in collaborative exhibitions in the UK and internationally.
Visual Rhythms performed at Le Placard Festival, The Foundary (independent art space, East London), The London Gallery West and P3 exhibition space (London). An article about the collaborative work is forthcoming on HZ magazine #17 (hz-magazine.com) and they also presented their work at the (re)ACTOR – first international conference on digital live art, in London.
At the performance at Stazione di Topolò 2012 Max incorporated mobile videos from the village in the Italian Alps and the collaborative mobile filmmaking project 24 Frames 24 Hours (24frames24hours.org).
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