Tadej Droljc: Beambreaker

Friday 23, 9 pm.
Teatro Jovellanos

In this double session at Teatro Jovellanos, Slovenian Tadej Droljc will present audiovisual performance Beambreaker, a work made up of laser, light, bent mirrors and sound, in which volumetric audiovisual objects emerge from a close synchronization between beams of light and broken sound waves.

These objects are multistable – as we observe them, we are not sure if we are listening to the sound of moving light structures or if we see an embodiment of sound, or maybe something in between? Within the poetic space of Beambreaker, all these interpretations are equally valid. This ambiguity mixed with cross-fertilising combination of sound and visuals enables a very personalized experience of audiovisual reality that is filled with our unconscious desires and emotions. Beambreaker hence offers a mirror in which the invisible can be brought to light.

TADEJ DROLJC

Tadej Droljc is a slovenian interdisciplinary artist and creative coder who works in the field of electronic music, computer-generated audiovisual composition, interactive installations and intermedia art. His recent work is focusing at the non-hierarchical approach to real-time audiovisual composition. For his work Tadej was awarded the Lumen Prize Student Award (London), Dennis Smalley scholarship in electroacoustic music (Huddersfield) and he won the Most Promising Video Artist prize at Madatac (Madrid). Tadej performed and exhibited his works at the festivals or galleries around the globe such as Ars Electronica, Brighton Digital Festival, Galerija Kapelica, MADATAC, Electric Spring or Spektrum among others. He is a doctoral researcher in audiovisual composition at the Center for Research in New Music (CeReNeM, UK).

CREDITS:

Composición (música, visuales, lasers, cabezas móviles), concepto, programación, diseño y performance: Tadej Droljc

Cámara: Tilen Sepič

Masterización: Gregor Zemljič

Producción: Osmo/Za (Ljudmila Association, Projekt Atol Institute, Delak Institute)

Coproducción: Kino Šiška

CRÉDITOS:

Con el apoyo de: Department For Culture Of The City Of Ljubljana, Ministry Of Culture Of The Republic Slovenia, Ministry Of Public Administration Of The Republic Slovenia.

El proyecto forma parte de Eastn-Dc Network, cofinanciado por The Creative Europe Programme Of The European Union. Zavod Za Kulturo Delavski Dom Trbovlje, Projekt Ruk (Mreža Centrov Raziskovalne Umetnosti In Kulture).

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