The 9th annual Visible Bits Audible Bytes screening brings more genre defying audio-visual art to our cinema screens.
From the ecstatic to the sublime, from the chaotic to the calmed: see how artists and musicians around the world are using new technologies to animate imaginative audio-visual worlds.
The centrepiece of the show will be a powerful, new 30-minute work by Montreal composer Jean Piché: ‘Threshing in the Palace of Light’, built around texts from Samuel Beckett. The show will also include a premiere from Francesc Marti (Spain) and works by Bret Battey (USA/AK), Myriam Boucher (Montreal), Giorgio Bertinelli (Italy), Numbercult + Max Cooper (UK), and Tobias Gremmler (Germany/Hong Kong)
Going beyond the bounds of traditional narrative, abstract flows of image and sound invite wonder and contemplation. Curated by Prof Bret Battey of DMU’s Music, Technology and Innovation Research Centre.
This is a free event but booking is essential.