Panorama 1: CineChamber Classics (65 min)
Cinéma Excentris 03/06/2012
Taking cues from his outpost near the world's Arctic Circle, this Norwegian musician called Biosphere has sculpted a body of ambient works as iconoclastic as the remote midnight sun that beams onto the desert barren tundra's and northern lights. Jenssen has painted his tonal impressions around the natural phenomena of clouds, glaciers, fjords and forests to forge a somnambulant music that also embraces a sine wave wilderness of slow synthetic pulses or hazy orchestral sources.
Biosphere's live visual collaborator for a number of tours has been the Cologne based Egbert Mittelstädt whose video's photograph's and installations investigate the principle of time as mangled by both subtle and extreme digital distortions. His image processing propels and warps movement through a series of slowly sliding, continuous beacons of elusive patterns and shifting structures. Acclaimed for his "Slit-Scan" meditations, he stretches the constants of space: by pulling motion out of shape while still remaining recognizable and time crawls forward in almost a pendulous, shimmering displacement.
Panorama 1: CineChamber Classics
Elsewhere, Anywhere / People are Friends
Path Leading to the High Grass
Panorama 2: Synescopic
Panorama 3: Panorama Paranormal
Resume of the pieces:
The mercurial widescreen sonic cinematic syntax of Biosphere & Egbert Mittelstädt has graced the CineChamber screens for many seasons now after their live milestone residencies in 2007. Their timeless program that remains is a signature memory capsule that introduces RML's surround canvas in the most spatially sublime sector of the Recombinant archives.
Resume of the set:
The mercurial widescreen sonic cinematic syntax of Biosphere & Egbert Mittelstädt has graced the CineChamber platform for many seasons now after their live milestone residencies in 2007. Their timeless program that remains is a signature memory capsule that introduces RML's surround canvas in the most spatially sublime sector of the Recombinant archives. This will be a special new set focusing on a longer 40 minute Scandinavian residency entitled Raume and some live renditions from the most recent release on Touch entitled N-Plants.