AudeRrose::Patrick K.-H.::Antonis Anissegos::Andreas Karaoulanis


8pm @ Jugendwiderstandsmuseum / Rigaerstrasse 9/10 – 10247 Berlin

Antonis Anissegos: audio
Patrick K.-H.: audio – animation
Andreas Karaoulanis: animation
Auderrose: audio visuals
present 3 Sonic AV/performative acts:
by Antonis Anissegos (music), Andreas Karaoulanis (live video) Patrick K.-H. (music / animation)
Cauchemard is text based experimental performance by Patrick K.-H. and AudeRrose inspired by Antonin Artaud. The spoken words are slowly distorted becoming the hallucinated voice of the imaginary persona trapped inside a nightmare. Combining guitar, effects units, shadow play and irrational poetry, the performance immerses the viewer in the audio visual poetry collage.
Rouge sang is AudeRrose´s metaphoric tale immersing the viewer in a dreamy shadow performance, combining analogue projection and sounds. The visual landscape is exploring a series of red objects projected into light with overhead and slide projectors. The space is filled with red moving shadow diffracting a collection of light objects, paper cuts, organic slides, composed as a visual collage evolving inside a space bubble.
About the artists:
Patrick K.-H. (aka Anton Iakhontov) sound artist / video artist / composer, for the time works with sound installations, live and written acousmatic, graphical collage and animation. Researches interactive / cross-disciplinary forms, permutating the media, aiming on achieving unexpected mutants. Member of Theremin Center for Electroacoustic Music at Moscow Conservatory, Moscow Cyber Orchestra and many other international collaborations. Author of music / video to drama / contemporary dance / post-dramatic theatre plays and performances as well as his own works in Russia, Austria and Germany. Art-director of Media Studio in Alexandrinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg. Founder and co-curator of the Floating Sound Gallery for spatial sound (St.Petersburg), organiser and curator of festivals and educational programs. Currently lives and works in Vienna / St.Petersburg.
Antonis Anissegos (1970) is active as a composer, pianist (interpreter of classical and contemporary music), improviser and electronic musician (alias “unu”) and is based in Berlin since 1998. Concerts in Europe, Asia & America. He received in 1991 his piano diploma in Thessaloniki (State Conservatory). In the following years he studied in Budapest, Vienna, Collogne (diploma in composition), and he was a master student in composition in Berlin between 1998 and 2001, at the class of Walter Zimmermann (UdK). Anissegos is part of many projects, among others the Ensemble European Music Project, Ensemble Junge Musik, Trio IAMA, the groups “Grix”, “Lynx”, “KAYA” (with butoh-dancer Yuko Kaseki), “ΣΩΜΑ”, “ddaA”, “best before unu”, “Card Castle” and “Maldek”. He collaborated with the video artist Erika Matsunami (OIO, 2005-2009), the dance ensemble “adLibdances” (2007-2011) and the Theater Thikwa. Since summer 2006 he is teaching Improvisation at the Music Village Workshop in Greece. His solo-, chamber-, orchester- and theatermusic-compositions where performed among others by Ensemble Modern, Ensemble Mosaik, Ensemble Cornucopia, Ensemble Piandaemonium, Ensemble DissonArt, State Orchester of Thessaloniki, Colour Orchester of Athens and Youth Orchester of Thüringen. He appears mainly on concerts and over 40 recordings in the field of contemporary creative
Andreas Karaoulanis comes from a Computer Science and Animation background. His current work deals with interactive media design and animation. He has present his work in Museum Of London, Moscow, Paris and in various Galleries and spaces around Europe. One of his latest projects is bestbefore, an online interactive showcase blog with hundreds of daily visitors.He is member, along with Antonis Anissegos of the duo “best before unu” , focusing in improvised audio-visual
AudeRrose is multi-disciplinary artist working with performance, photography, sound and projection. She regularly presents her performances in international festivals.
Her imagery plays with narrative structures, developing dreamy and intimate universes, exploring various forms of interplay between body, images in motion, deconstructive narrations and self-mythology. Her performances articulate live scenography protocols integrating video as an environment medium, often using real-time camera feedback, considering the black box as a possible oneiric space, where sounds and images communicate in a poetic and narrative journey.