Two Days of Indigenous Electronics

20/10/2017 - 21/10/2017

☞ DAY 1 - Friday 20 October
Premiere of String Figures: , an audiovisual project in 7 chapters.

Indigenous electronic music producer, Zoë Mc Pherson (Empty Taxi), binds a series of compositions on her debut album, String Figures. Working in collaboration with multimedia visual artist, Alessandra Leone, String Figures is an audiovisual work in 7 chapters. Taking inspiration from the continuous weaving of Cat's-Cradle, Zoë Mc Pherson makes tactile meditations associated with a certain twist of the string. Each chapter explores a symbolic axis around which liminal transformations occur. From the unknotting of the opening to the final transmission, the movements of String Figures coil around a sonic memory.

i. Sabotage Story (unknot opening)
ii. Deep (prayer)
iii. Shaman (how I became)
iv. Komusar (moving)
v. Hardingfele (release)
vi. Inouï (and free)
vii. Transmission (so it shall never be lost)

Zoë Mc Pherson - electronics and voice
Falk Schrauwen - percussions
Alessandra Leone - live visuals
Hen Lovely bird - choreography

☞ DAY 2 - Saturday 21 October
Zoë invites! An indigenous electronics program curated by our associated artist in the framework of THE FUTURE IS FEMINIST:!149880. More info TBC.

a one-day ticket: € 14 / 11
a two-day ticket: € 20 / 16

In 2017, we will be supporting the further development French-Northern Irish multi-talent, Zoë Mc Pherson (b. 1990). Zoë Mc Pherson's compositions are the result of her anthropological take on current day electronica. She researches tribes and rituals around the world, uses field recordings and rarest sounds to contaminate an otherwise trance hypnotic beat driven music she calls "Indigenous electronic music". On stage she forms a live duo with Falk Schrauwen on percussions.
Debut audiovisual album String Figures will be unravelling from this September 2017.

In the framework of THE FUTURE IS FEMINIST:!149880.

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