Cinéma Excentris 01/06/2012
D-Fuse are a London-based artist collective who work across a range of media. Founded in the mid-1990s by Michael Faulkner, D-Fuse’s output encompasses installations, film, experimental documentary, photography, live cinema performances and architectural projects. Beginning in graphic and web design and VJing, D-Fuse’s work has evolved to address social and environmental themes and explore collaborative processes. Besides work with groundbreaking musicians from a wide range of genres including Steve Reich, Beck, Hauschka, Scanner and Swayzak, much of D-Fuse’s output since 2004 includes sound and music by audio director Matthias Kispert.
Resume of the piece:
RE-CONSTRUCT [PARTICLE 3.0]
Re-construct takes its cue from the live cinema performance piece Particle, which strips back the visual façades of the city to reveal an immaterial web of connections beneath. Using the three-dimensional space of the CineChamber, Re-construct follows a trajectory from abstraction to reconstruction analogous to the technique of particle synthesis, creating a narrative that plays out as much through immersive spatial experience as it does over time. Investigating an urban space that is at the same time real-and-imagined, the project merges layers of experience that range from the existential to the reflexive, from singular observations to abstract patterns and textures.