Jérôme Noetinger, Revox B77 und Elektronik
Anthony Pateras, Synthesizer und Samples
Riojim Filmbase, 16mm-Projektor
Lionel Palun Filmbase, Video-Invidere-Ware
Riojim improvises with montages from his 16mm films. Electro-video artist Lionel Palun captures this material and processes it live, filtering feedback, delays and movements with software he developed himself. The result is a mix of materials that explores rhythms and textures, as well as image and sound compositions that are transformed into a new substance of dynamic light.
Jérôme Noetinger is a composer, improvisation musician and sound artist. He works with electro-acoustic devices such as the Revox B77 tape recorder, analogue synthesizers, mixing consoles, speakers, microphones and various everyday and household electrical appliances. From 1987–2018 he was head of Metamkine, a record label and distributor of improvised and electroacoustic music. 1987–2014 he was editor of the magazine Revue & Corrigée for contemporary music, poetry and performance. Together with Anthony Pateras, he most recently published A Sunset for Walter.
Anthony Pateras is a composer, pianist and electro-acoustic musician who has been involved in explorative music since the late 1990s. His work explores electro-acoustic orchestration, auditory hallucinations, improvisation and multidisciplinary projects. Since 2000 he has also been making music for films. He has worked with Jérôme Noetinger for over ten years.