Llull Machines Portfolio

  1. This was the first Llull Machines collaboration with video artist Yuri Elik. All visuals were recorded live during an improvised performance inside the beautiful geodesic dome. Later Grundik composed music for this project.
    Danil Gertman – tagtool, Yuri Elik – video, Grundik Kasyansky – music box and computer

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  2. The full-length audio-visual piece Metro was conceived and realised by Llull Machines: Danil Gertman – tagtool, Grundik Kasyansky – feedback synthesizer and tapes. This extract is taken from the video documentation of the live performance at the Gallery of Experimental Sound, St. Petersburg, Russia on 29.05.15.

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  3. Original version of Сон человека в сорочке (Dream of the Man in a shirt) was improvised live on 26 May 2015 at Max’s flat in St Petersburg. Later Grundik surprised his comrades by completely removing original sound and replacing it with the piece he wrote some 10 years earlier. Max was angry because of Grundik’s impudence and cruelly processed the video as his counter-move. The three decided it was all good and lived happily ever after.
    He realized that he was unable to recall the shapes or sounds or colours of his dreams - that there were no shapes or sounds or colours - that there were not dreams. Borges
    Danil Gertman – tagtool, Grundik Kasyansky – theremins, Max Tigai – video

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  4. Llull Machines collaborated with 2 Russian musicians. This extract is taken from the video documentation of the live improvised performance at the Gallery of Experimental Sound, St. Petersburg, Russia on 29.05.15. Danil Gertman – tagtool, Grundik Kasyansky – feedback synthesizer, Andrey Popovsky – guitar, electronics, Ilia Belorukov – alto saxophone, electronics

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Llull Machines Portfolio

Llull Machines

Llull Machines create audio-visual artefacts with live digital drawings on an iPad app Tagtool and live electronic music. Occasionally, we collaborate with video artists or other musicians. And so, new dimension arise.

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