Data_Noise is written for live electronic sounds and draws heavily upon digital-transformation techniques, including granular synthesis, wave-terrain synthesis and waveshaping. From fastidiously scripted micro-movement choreography, body sensors provoke disruptive functions to computer behaviour, gradually and inexorably introducing the noisiness of the world into this powerful and dynamic composition. 2016 BIFEM is proud to present the extraordinary talents of Myriam Gourfink and Kasper T. Toeplitz in their festival début appearance.
Continuing our commitment to giving the wider community greater insight into artistic process and practice, 2016 BIFEM invites you to attend the creative development of a new work by Kasper T. Toeplitz and Myriam Gourfink that will be premiered in Europe in 2017. Pop in and out throughout the final day of the festival, or kick back and observe the subtle and intimate nature of collaboration between these innovative cross-disciplinary collaborators.