After a long break, electrovision is back with a new line-up of ground breaking international artists. This time we have performances from VJ Emiko (Wroclaw), Eric Dunlap (NYC / Berlin), Max Hattler & Mikhail Karikis and the AV duo Infinite Scale & Mach V.

  The Roxy Bar and Screen
128-132 Borough High Street
London SE1 1LB
(Next to Sainsbury's)

8:00pm - 12:30am
Saturday, 23rd of March 2013
£5 at the door



8:00 - Infinite Scale and Mach V

Infinite Scale and Mach V bring you Living Moments; a fleeting chance for you to experience a representational work of the transience of life. Hear the cinematic music of Infinite Scale; melding together with a narrative of abstract storytelling visualised and then realised by Mach V. This performance comes shortly before the release of Infinite Scale's album of the same name.

Supplying the visuals is Mach V who's work began at the legendary SoxaN club night, grew on through the Big Chill Festivals and has even featured at Tate Britain (as part of John Rixon’s “Quiet Voices”). 



9:00 - Eric Dunlap - ElectroCorpus

Dance and video artist Eric Dunlap was the main curator of EyeWash, the long running New York VJ Series. He co-founded Forward Motion Theater to create futurist choreographic works expire multimedia performance, and produce artists working in interdisciplinary collaboration. Focusing on live performance, Eric continues to work as a video designer for dance and theatre, international VJ, and dance teacher. His performance ElectroCorpus will be a trippy, graphic, intuitive narrative journey focusing on the human body as a universal constant.



10:00 - VJEmiko - exosphere in. Entalpia.

A winner of the VJ Torna Championship, Emilia Gumańska aka VJ Emiko is a groundbreaking new audio visual artist from Poland. She is also a photographer, video designer and producer.

Her audiovisual project "exosphere in. Entalpia" oscillates around something unprecised, undefined. Humans feel the lack of space, oxygen, time, sense of being and have a problem with identity. Only Entalpia – the life energy – allows us keep this balance. We arelocated somewhere in/between.



11:00 - Max Hattler and Mikhail Karikis- Live AV Performance

"Max Hattler's mesmerising visuals act as a magnetic anchor of the audience's gaze, they're hypnotic, immersive and arresting." Christina Millare, AND Festival 2012.
Max Hattler’s prolific output ranges from kaleidoscopic animations such as the political short film Collision (2005) to the mind-bending mobile app Kaleidobooth. In his performances he uses custom software called the Hattlerizer, which creates textured geometries of hypnotic colours and rhythms controlled by a combination of his own interaction with the software, audio input, and the workings of the ghost in the machine.
Mikhail Karikis’s work emerges from his long-standing investigation of the human voice as a sculptural material and a conceptual compass, which he employs to explore notions of community and politics of work, impossibility and address of difference.