Posts Tagged ‘a/v’
ANTI – live audio/video performance by Tasman Richardson more about TASMAN RICHARDSON BIO Drawing from the ghost in the machine, this set is composed entirely from digital detritus: the signals that exist outside of recognizable content. These signals are normally invisible or censored by our user friendly, blue screen block, copy-protected contemporary electronics. Using a [...]
Tasman Richardson striked again with this a/v EP composed like a tornado of micro samples.
He cuts film like a surgeon cuts bodies to create new species. This creature is like a starving beast, fed by the power of mass media images.
Tasman Richardson assembles his work image by image sound by sound generating an apocalyptic ambiance with an extreme accuracy and mastery of rhythm.
Le festival Visionsonic est une initiative des Pixels Transversaux, du label V-Atak et du centre Madeleine Rebérioux, avec la participation du cube et de MCD ; avec le soutien de la DICREAM, la section locale de la MJC, la ville de Créteil et du ministère de la Culture (DDAI & DRAC Ile de France), la Caisse des [...]
Get the Flash Player to see this content. A/V remix of 13 tzameti by Gela Babluani
Get the Flash Player to see this content. A/V remix of Marc Caro » Le bunker de la dernière rafale » This is what happens when a bunch of bald guys are stuck in a hidden bunker.
Get the Flash Player to see this content. A/V remix of Sogo Ishii’s « Electric Dragon 80000V » It’s all about noise, electric guitars and heavy breaks! Sit back and enjoy
Get the Flash Player to see this content. A/V remix of Sogo Ishii’s « Electric Dragon 80000V » What can be louder than noise and electric guitars? noise, electric guitars and heavy breaks, of course!
Get the Flash Player to see this content. A/V remix of Sogo Ishii’s « Electric Dragon 80000 volts »
Get the Flash Player to see this content. First audiovideo track done chopped by NOHISTA. released on the DVD Marasm What is more violent than ultra-violence? Ultraviolence with distortion, of course ! Sit back and Enjoy
Get the Flash Player to see this content. This video has been composed by Tasman Richardson, it has been screened at the videodrome 4 @ the Spine Gallery in 2007 he is actually one of the master of jawa. if you want to know more about jawa rules, it’s here
Maisons des métallos 94 rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud – 75011 Paris Tél. : 01 48 05 88 27 – Fax : 01 48 05 88 21 introduction to Audio / Vidéo Label Conference by Robin K. – V-Atak Yro Yto – Vision Sonic & Pixels Transversaux + Demo set by VJ Meat and Eile all the programm
Carbon 14 is a pre-historical cinema. A collaboration solidifies between Yro and Rko. Between the shaman rite and the thriller, our performeurs manipulate rough materials in front of cameras and microphones. Easily recognizable as Dr Frankenstein, Rko and Yro transforms their materials to give life to a story. A misty chaos turning in the nightmare [...]
Since 2003, V-atak is develloping real time audio/video live performances, working on the movie media’s alteration, preserving the narration in a condensed form while pushing sound ambiances, deforming the images, even by adding external graphical elements or audio synthesis, to exacerb the atmosphere, to inforce an potentially altered vision, to propose a rereading of a [...]
Get the Flash Player to see this content. MEAT is a visual album coming straight out of Label V-ATAK: 3 years of research condensed into ten films in one hour. Different musical and graphic styles come into contact all along this project. MUTATION (aka Lifesteak), a collaborative work between TZii and RKO, explores the relationship [...]
Get the Flash Player to see this content. Here is the fist audio/video track from RKO. It has been edited frame by frame. This movie has been released on Systaimatak DVD, a dvd split with Systaime credit: Rko
Get the Flash Player to see this content. the last part of the released Lifesteak triptych on Meat (v-atak01) The sounds of testicles! credit: rko & tzii as Lifesteak
Get the Flash Player to see this content. this is the part 2 of the triptych released on Meat DVD (v-atak01). credit: Rko & Tzii as lifesteak
dark ambiant a/v performance. feats Rko & Tzii
Get the Flash Player to see this content. this movie was, in part, shooted on Frioul Islands (near Marseille) before a massiv seagull attack. Is the first part of a triptych. This video has been released on Meat DVD (v-atak01) Credit: Rko & Tzii as Lifesteak