Presque Vu (2016) is an A/V-performance in which the visuals of an early Communist China react to contemporary field recordings.
Supported by FIBER, developed during a residency at STEIM

A piece in which the visuals react to its sonic counterpart. With music created using field recordings and resonances recorded in Guangzhou, China and stored on cassette tapes, film material of an early China under Mao Zedong (~1945) will be influenced, slowly uncovering itself like old 16mm film burning in reverse.

Video of premiere at Spektrum in Berlin, January 2016.

Live-set consisting of a performance with modular synth, 2 4-track tape-recorders, a bunch of endless cassettes, home made spring reverbs, a modded Space Echo and reactive visuals.

Realized during a residency at STEIM in collaboration with FIBER in January 2016.

Performances:

– Spektrum, Berlin (January 2016, premiere)
– LIMA, Amsterdam (March 2016)
– FIBER Festival, Amsterdam (May 2017)
– Mapping Festival, Geneva (May 2017)