A very special piece that I worked on with musician Bryce Hackford will be featured in this intimate screening of collaborative audio-visual works with a beautiful sound setup, coming up on Sunday, March 26 in Berlin. Full details below~
Listening // Time Off – Music Video Projected in a DIY Acousmonium.
On the 26th of March, Der Oker-Keller, with the participation of Backdoor.nu and Experimental Berlin, is pleased to welcome you for an evening of: Listening // Time Off.
Diffused in a 12 channels and 16 surrounded speaker Orchestra, we are delighted to project four Music Video, three from the collaboration between Sabrina Ratté & Roger Tellier-Craig and one between Camilla Padgitt-Coles & Bryce Hackford.
As a break between the works of the artist, Arve Knudsen from Experimental Berlin will serve Svele, this is a traditional Norwegian cake, served with sour cream and strawberry jam and Chinese Tea directly imported from a Chinese market.
Program of the evening //
• Sightings from Sabrina Ratté & Roger Tellier-Craig
- 1 - Littoral Zones - 5:59
- 2 - Landfall - 7:24
- 3 - Habitat - 6:16
• Break - Svele & Chinese Tea
• Camilla Padgitt-Coles & Bryce Hackford - 46:35
Details of the event //
• Rendez-Vous at Okerstraße 46, 12049 Berlin on
• Doors at 8:00 pm
• Film start at 8:45 pm
• 4 to 6 € donation based.
• No alcohol drinks will be served, but you can bring your own drinks and Chinese Tea will be included.
• The studio is a no smoking area.
• The amount of places is limited, registration on Meetup is mandatory.
About the space //
Der Oker-Keller is an old Apotheke which has been renovated by two french artists in 2012. First, use as a private flat and atelier, this place is now hosting diverse events, such as workshops, screenings, recordings …
Der Oker-Keller has a focus on experimental and contemporary music and art. Most events are supported by backdoor.nu. Der Oker-Keller also often teams up with Experimental Berlin.
In the basement, you can find a wood workshop and a music studio. The main room can fit up to 35-40 sitting people for screening. Films and movies are complemented with an acousmonium (a multi-channel sound system) as big as 20 speakers and 12 channels.
Facebook event here