NOIJZU and STILL UND DUNKEL team up for a seven weeks tour through Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam, Taiwan, Macau and Hong Kong.
Luis Sanz from the free electronic improvisation unit NOIJZU is a Peruvian musician and visual artist based in Switzerland, where he is an active member of the experimental scene. He works mainly with laptop, synthesizers, video, electromagnetic sensors, piezo converters and voice. Sanz’ music focuses on raw signals through composing with micro sounds, feedback and signal amplification, ranging from minimal to extreme and confrontational electronic expressions.
STILL UND DUNKEL was formed in 2011 by media artist Pascal Arnold, musician and visual artist Christoph Brünggel and filmmaker Benny Jaberg. They have been seeking out abandoned places – deserted sites in states of transformation or decay and inaccessible spaces that have remained undisturbed for some time – documenting them with moving images and sound recordings. Their growing archive is performed with dual-screen live film editing by Arnold and Jaberg and electronic music by Brünggel, whose compositions contain field recordings and are inspired by the places visited.
With the support of Pro Helvetia, the concerts in Taiwan are scheduled for:
- Tuesday, March 17, 2020, Jiang Shan Yi Gai Suo in Hsinchu
- Thursday, March 19, 2020, Final in Taipei
- Saturday, March 21, 2020, Fat Head Music, Outer Pulsation XII in Taipei
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