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2018 - 14 settembre + 14/15/16/17 novembre

Tadej Droljc: Capillaries Capillaries

Capillaries Capillaries is an audiovisual composition based on a non-hierarchical relationship between sound and image in real-time. Therefore the piece does not represent a visualisation of music or sonification of an image but rather a tangle of audiovisual interactions. In a bottom-up compositional approach, every compositional decision came as a consequence of cross- fertilisation between both modalities.

The work extends the idea of an audiovisual object to an audio-visual-time object - that is a tangle of interactions between sound, geometry and time. Audio-visual-time object is treated as a (meta)physical material inside a high-voltage continuum. The tensity of the continuum arises from the imbalance between various forces that pull the material in varied directions. Since the material is a complex audio-visual-time object the result is often impossible to predict. Exploring the emerging structures and their behaviours is the main focus of the piece.

The concept represents the translation of the id, ego and super-ego model to the audiovisual world. Just as the ego is established between the two groups of conflicting forces that constitute, distort, constraint, liberate, punish or disperse our subjectivity, so too is the material of Capillaries Capillaries. What we observe throughout the work is one and the same material transformed in different ways.

  • Tadej Droljc

    Tadej Droljc

    Di origini slovene ma formatosi artisticamente in Inghilterra, Tadej Droljc è un artista audiovisivo che lavora nell’ambito delle installazioni multimediali interattive, utilizzando come cifra distintiva del suo percorso artistico un approccio non gerarchico alle composizioni audiovisive in tempo reale.
    I suoi lavori sono stati presentati ad Ars Electronica, L.E.V. festival, Brighton Digital Festival, Semibreve, Galerija Kapelica, Madatac ed Athens Digital Arts Festival tra gli altri. Recentemente Tadej ha vinto il premio Lumen Prize, la borsa di studio Dennis Smalley ed è ricercatore in composizione audiovisiva al Center for Research in New Music dell'Università di Huddersfield, Inghilterra.

Galleria Civica | Palazzo Santa Margherita

Corso Canal Grande 103 - 41121 Modena (MO)
  • 16 Novembre

  • 21:00

  • 12€ in prevendita - 15€ alla cassa