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Tasman Richardson will perfom his new a/v piece Firind Squad at Nemo Festival. The first show was in Montreal for Elektra 2011. Entrée libre et gratuite 06/10/2011 à 20h http://www.arcadi.fr/rendezvous/calendrier.php?seance=352 Le CENTQUATRE 104, rue d’Aubervilliers ou 5, rue Curial Paris 19e Tél. 01 53 35 50 00 (du mercredi au dimanche de 11h à 19h) [...]
06.05 NOHISTA and TASMAN RICHARDSON @ Elektra 12, Montréal http://www.elektramontreal.ca/2011/#/program/ 11.05 RKO and VJ MEAT @ Gallery Saw , Ottawa http://www.galeriesawgallery.com/ 12.05 NOHISTA, TASMAN RICHARDSON, RKO @ The New Flesh, Toronto http://www.tasmanrichardson.com/ 13.05 RKO and VJ MEAT @ TBA, Kingston 14.05 RKO & RYBN as PANOPTIQUE @ Sight and sound/VISIONSONIC, Montréal http://www.sightandsound2011.ca/
6.05.2011 – 21h Tasman richardson – Firing Squad Nohista – Nobody L’usine C – 1345, av Lalonde montreal qc H2L 5A9 http://www.elektramontreal.ca/2011/#/programme/
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 [...]
http://artengine.ca/electricfields/2010/ waveform landscapes Like new horizons built on the crests and falls of invisible frequencies, this evening’s performances explore a beautiful country where sound and vision are a unified sense. Friday November 5th Arts Court Theater 2 Daly Ave 8PM Admission: Advance / Members / Students $10 Door $15 On the Other Side Commissioned by [...]
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ANTI is a DVD compilation of 20 international artists. Each artist was commissioned to work with the intangible, ethereal restraints of glitch, pushing the limits of noise, feedback, circuit bent, cartridge tilting madness. formatted in classic 4:3 screen ratio. Running time is 3 min and 20 sec.
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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.
Get the Flash Player to see this content. Performing as «mediums» pulling from recorded media, the power of the dead. Clips are collected to form video «dictionaries» of primary symbols or universal archetypes. The performers will improvise a duet made entirely of the video clips. The sounds will come from the source videos. The performance [...]
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Tasman Richardson is a Toronto-based Canadian video and new media artist. Tasman has been a practicing artist for over a decade and has exhibited or performed extensively throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia. His single channel and installation work focuses on the range of contemporary abstract experience including: our post-everything temporal/cultural black hole via tele-visionary [...]
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
Get the Flash Player to see this content. It’s time again! Come worship at the alter of the cathode ray tube and fling yourselves to the sight and sound of these televisionaries as they clash, an electro-magnetic megamash! Who will win the belt of honour? VIDEODROME was hosted by the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art [...]