AudeRrose and WoO - Chimère bleue
Premiere at Spektrum Berlin, september 2018
Chimère bleue is an experimental audio visual performance immersing the viewer in a floating space suspended between dream and reality. The projections are composed of blue photographic glass plate created with ancient printing technic and various shadow compositions using overhead and slide projectors. The soundscape is composed with string instruments, zither, guitar and diy harp, transporting us in a sonic space inspired by western movies. The two performers create an immersive improvisation where the sounds and images interact in a synesthetic correspondance.
AudeRrose is multi-disciplinary artist working with performance, photography, sound and projection. Her imagery plays with narrative structures, developing dreamy and intimate universes, exploring various forms of interplay between body, images in motion, deconstructive narrations and self-mythology. Her performances articulate live scenography protocols integrating projection as an environment medium, considering the black box as a possible oneiric space, where sounds and images communicate in a poetic and narrative journey. aude-f.com/performance/
WoO is an artist from Belgrade/Serbia. Taking clues from electronic music pioneers, he experiments with mobile devices such as mobile phones, remote controls, media devices, computer equipment and similar, to capture their frequency interferences through his guitar magnets. Inspired by early western/eastern rock and folk, he plays desert sounding guitarscapes and drone rock. He took part in many improvised music events, participating in first Dutch Improv Academy and as a member of ImprovE collective, organized various improv concerts in Belgrade. His most often collaborator is visual artist Incredible Bob who works on projections and light shows during performances. Other artists he works with include: Svetlana Maras, Marko Paunovic, Ivan Ckonjevic, Jamal Al Kiswani, Suzana Sumrah, Olga Wojciechowska and others. The Wire "As a result, it seems as if the air has taken on a ragged scouring shape around each of his compositions."