Electrovision  
     
 

Electrovision is back on the 24th of October with an unmissable line-up of visual artists and VJ's bringing you an immersive audio-visual experience. Performances by Eclectic Method, Oli Sorenson, Zambari, Paul Prudence and The Beaufort Scale.

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


8:00pm - 1:00am
Saturday, 24th October 2009
£4 at the door


 

  dubassy
 

8:00 Paul Prudence

Paul is an artist and real-time visual performer working with computational and visual feedback systems and video. He uses the programming languages VVVV and Flash to develop visual algorithms that produce unique audio-reactive visual patterns. Paul cleverly mixes these with beautifully processed digital video to generate his stunning live visuals.

 

  dubassy
 

8:55 The Beaufort Scale AV

Inspired by a shared love of Ambient Electronica, Dub, Jazz, Funk, Electro and even Shoegaze; The Beaufort Scale produce carefully-crafted aural landscapes - fusing together rich layers of live instrumentation with electronica all held together with a liberal application of dub bass and found sound. The Beaufort Scale AV is a collaboration with Idetic Films, who bring lush visuals that integrate seemlessly with the music.

 

  d-fuse
 

9:50 Oli Sorenson

Oli Sorenson is VJ Anyone's new moniker, since moving to fully self contained audiovisual performance. Oli has been at the forefront of international VJ and AV performance for close to 10 years, alongside DJ tours with Sander Kleinenberg, Meat Katie and Talvin Singh, also as the creator of VJ Cult at the ICA, and The AV Social nights.

 

 

  onar3D
 

11:00 Eclectic Method

Featuring London natives Jonny Wilson, Ian Edgar and Geoff Gamlen, Eclectic Method helped pioneer the emerging art of audio-visual mixing since first cutting U2’s Mysterious Ways music video with the Beastie Boys’ Intergalactic as an experiment back in 2002. Eclectic Method’s live, improvised audiovisual mash-up sets feature television, film, music video and game footage sliced and diced into a blistering post-modern dance floor extravaganza.

 

  dr.mo & ulrich schnauss
 

12:10 Zambari

A solo audiovisual project by Zambari (Filip Tomaszewski), pushing
boundaries of a single man operation, will take you on a journey to
post-apocaliptic landscapes filled with presence of hostile machines
driven by algorithms of control, to a world where communication has to
shift to subliminal levels to avoid detection, and to a world where
those who wish to remain free must vaccinate against official version
of reality.