Live @ FITC Toronto Launch Party
Posted by Scott
In addition to the Tycho / ISO50 set at the Drake, Toronto April 20th I’ll be throwing down some visuals + music as ISO50 at FITC’s launch party. The visuals will be across multiple screens and broken up with some sort of pre-processing system developed by Markus Heckmann (Wüstenarchitekten) as part of his and Tom Kuo’s Superspace project. Should be interesting results, see you out!
ISO50 Live @ FITC Toronto Launch Party
Saturday Night, April 19th
The Burroughes Building – 3rd Floor
639 Queen West, Toronto
Featuring Superspace: Synchronized Audio & Video Performances With DJ Task & VJ Wüstenarchitekten
Special Guests: ISO50, Suedath, Bocce, and ether.mann.
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melvin says:April 17, 2008 at 1:18 am
wish i could be there.. next time you’re in amsterdam you might as well give a show there ;) is it possible for you to post some footage of your shows? that would be great
Jacqueline says:April 17, 2008 at 2:54 am
I agree, I saw you in Portland and you were gorgeous – and I’m not talking just aesthetically ;)
If it means anything from a stranger, I discovered you at that show and can’t seem to get enough. I have had you on my playlist and have been studying your work ever since then. Any more Photoshop tutorials in the works? I just joined a digital arts collective and your particular meme seems to embody all in which we aim for; to dream, create, and share.
Kudos/Love your way and if you’re ever in Portland and want a date, look no further. I can talk design with the best of them and love to shake it on the dance floor.
Keep up the beautiful.
Scott says:April 17, 2008 at 6:09 pm
Sorry to disappoint jacqueline… but to my knowledge I’v never played a show in portland! there re some plans on the horizon for a northwest tour though.
niKKi says:April 17, 2008 at 8:35 pm
A northwest tour would be sweet! I’ll keep hope that a stop in Humboldt would be along the way.Though, driving hours to your shows is still definitely worth it.
Your music inspired me to take a walk today through the forest and then along the old train tracks with an old, crappy 35mm camera. I posted some photos up of my adventure if you would like to see what landscapes your songs were a soundtrack to. (under analog-Thursday)
I am very amateur compared to your skills, but thank you for all the inspiration on this beautiful day :-)
Wüstenarchitekten says:April 21, 2008 at 4:48 pm
I came to your show on Sunday after catching only Parts on Saturday – very nice and this made my weekend complete.
Hope you enjoyed playing on the screen-setup which we prepared. It’s different but I like taking the image out of it’s 4×3 context. As Part of http://www.mxav.de I try to experiment not only with the content but with the whole room – it’s a bit work intensive but by creating a different atmosphere every time you get personally a fresh experience and can discover new ways of working with imagery.
I actually didn’t develop the software (just work for the company)….