Live performance has always been an integral part of the contemporary media art discourse. FLUX Live: AV
presents three exceptional audiovisual performances that combine sound, visuals and technology in their creations. The works will be complemented with artist interviews throughout the event that will deeper explore the performer’s creative practice and rationale behind their work. We will discuss how a time-based practice enables bold and creative expression for media artists and the impact of live performance on a contemporary audience.
Performance artist Anna Nazo will present Flame 2.0 involving spoken word poetry co-written with AI, sound and imagery that are computer generated from artist's brainwave data and drone performance. Trans media artist and performer Mowgli will showcase Eye of the Beholder, an improvised audiovisual performance with analogue audio and real-time generative compositions. Mark Pilkington, composer and performer of electroacoustic music, will feature a number of audiovisual works including Birth, Current 9 and Synergies. His works extend spatial imaginings between real and virtual environments.