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User Friendly taking on Control Club

„User Friendly” is a multidisciplinary performative installation mixing EDM, visuals and contemporary choreography in a 75 minute exploration of the internal and external dynamics of the urban body. The experiment is alchemised by Temple Invisible, the visual artists from Les Ateliers Nomad, choreographer Sandra Mavhima, dancers Alexandru Bordea & Nicolae Dumitru, costume designer Bianca Popp, photographer Oltin Dogaru, make-up artist Dana Argesan, art director Ioana Parvan. Temple Invisible soundtrack: ENTER_, VOID and a couple of brand new songs. Special Guests (opening acts): THE GHOST OF 3.13 & OBIECT between 8 – 10 PM. FREE ENTRY, so check in here and IRL! NOVEMBER 13th, starting 8 PM, Club Control.

Are you User Friendly? A multidisciplinary performative installation.

„User Friendly?” is a multidisciplinary performative installation mixing EDM, visuals and contemporary choreography in a 75 minute exploration of the internal and external dynamics of the urban body. While EDM pumps energy in the body, it becomes the EKG of a city. The experiment is alchemised by Temple Invisible, the visual artists from Les Ateliers Nomad, choreographer Sandra Mavhima, dancers Alexandru Bordea & Nicolae Dumitru, costume designer Bianca Popp, photographer Oltin Dogaru, make-up artist Dana Argesan and art director Ioana Parvan. Temple Invisible soundtrack: ENTER_, VOID and a couple of brand new songs. Special Guests (opening acts): THE GHOST OF 3.13 & OBIECT between 8 – 10 PM. Click attend and let’s meet November 13th, 2019. Here your go!  User Friendly este o instalație performativă multidisciplinară ce mixează muzică electronică, proiecții și generări vizuale și coregrafie contemporană, într-o explorare a dinamicii interioare si exterioare a corpului urban. Prin ritmul muzicii electronice care pompează energia în corp, expresia corporală devine o electrocardiogramă a orașului. Experimentul este alchimizat de Temple Invisible, artiștii vizuali Les Atelieres Nomad, coregrafa …

Ne vedem la RADAR, cel mai cool festival de new media art

RADAR – Romanian Artists Developing Alternative Realities este platforma noilor miscari creative de new media art si cel mai nou festival din Bucuresti. Creat de colectiva One Night Gallery, dar fiind un eveniment (si concept) de sine statator, cu o identitate si intentie diferita: a aduce impreuna studiouri creative si artisti independenti care inoveaza in arta, cultura, stiinta si educatie. As zice un inceput de STEAM autentic in Bucuresti, poate cel mai drag concept despre care am citit in ultimii ani. RADAR inseamna peste 50 de artisti si dezvoltatori de new media arts in doar 3 zile de content imersiv. RADAR inseamna AR, VR, videomapping, AI, instalatii interactive, animatie, game art si sound design. RADAR inseamna artistul Saint Machine, cunoscut global si la Ars Electronica, care va veni cu o instalatie bazata pe interactiunea umana. RADAR inseamna line-upul de videomapping, ce promite sa imbrace Uzina intr-o scena murala cu Aural Eye, Noetic si Les Ateliers Nomad. RADAR va insemna peste 150.000 de lumeni. Si multe, multe altele! Poti sa-ti iei de aici bilet in avans sau ne vedem …

New York, New York

    Just like the song sings it, the city that never sleeps welcomes you with the most eclectic painting of sounds, smells, colors and movements. Everything can be a source of inspiration, as long as you let yourself be free and indulge in the cultural babel. Experimentation has become core to New York’s arts scene, and this involves dancing too. The metropolis offers everything on the menu: from classical ballet and musicals, to contemporary, church-danced expressions. Choreo Dep’s team has seen it all during a short visit to Manhattan this March. We’ve had the pleasure (and dare to say, honor) to visit New York City Ballet both during a guided tour and a special evening performance of Sara Mearns (interpreting Isadora Duncan). Our visit continued with The Church danspace project, a hip home for contemporary dance and experimentation in Greenwich. This trip was truly transformative, while what we mostly learned is that you always have to say it twice: New York, New York. Once for getting there and twice for returning. And our team …