Christian Fennesz, Mego AT

Panorama 2: Synescopic (63 min)
May 22, 2012 - June 01, 2012, 14:30 - 23:13
Christian Fennesz, Mego : 14:30 - 23:13
World premiere - Panorama 4: Spatial Cinema (65 min)
May 23, 2012 - June 03, 2012, 14:30 - 19:00
Christian Fennesz, Mego : 14:30 - 19:00

Fennesz uses guitar and computer to create shimmering, swirling electronic sound of enormous range and complex musicality. "Imagine the electric guitar severed from cliché and all of its physical limitations, shaping a bold new musical language.” His lush and luminant compositions resemble sensitive, telescopic recordings of natural atmospheric occurrences, an inherent naturalism permeating each piece. Christian Fennesz is published by Touch Music. He Lives and works in Vienna.

Lillevan is an animation, video and media artist. Parallel to his classic work in Rechenzentrum, he has performed and collaborated with many artists from a wide array of genres, from opera to installation, from minimal electronic experimentalism to dance and classical music. Lillevan recontextualizes, combines and politicizes existing film images and fragments. “The aesthetics of the image are not to be found in its beauty, density and completeness, but in its transparencies and potentials.”


Panorama 2: Synescopic
Saffron Revolution Forever
Panorama 4: Spatial Cinema

Circassian – The Oceanic Vortex
Resume of the pieces:
SAFFRON REVOLUTION is a suitably grand thematic gesture, stretching out a single, euphoric multi-layered chord across much of its duration before dissipating away into a pattern of delayed string pickings. Both pieces are far and away some of Cinechamber's most beautiful and submerged modules, both in terms of the music and visuals themselves and the sheer iridescence of the all-encompassing electronic liquidscape harnessed within.






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