• Anemone Tube (D) - dp (CH)

  • Sa, 21.03.2015 ab 20:00 Uhr
  • INM - Institut für Neue Medien
    Schmickstraße 18
    60314 Frankfurt
Anemone Tube (D) - dp (CH) - INM - Institut für Neue Medien - Frankfurt am Main

Anemone Tube (D) Anemone Tube was founded 1996 in South-Germany; since 2010 based in Berlin. The audio works of Anemone Tube are a unique blend of dark ambient, noise, industrial and soundart with a strong psychogenic impact. The use of constantly shifting and altering sounds and moods is possibly one of the most intruiging things about the audio creations of Anemone Tube.

Since 2007 Anemone Tube has been working on “The Suicide Series”. To this fieldrecordings made in China and Japan build a conceptional basis. In a poetic way Anemone Tube combines analytical realism of the phenomenal world with buddhist psychology and nihilist rhetoric influenced by the works of Michael Haneke, H.P. Lovecraft, J.G. Ballard and Hayao Miyazaki. Anemone Tube -> Info http://www.anemonetube.de/

dp (CH) dp aka Dave Phillips re/searches and ponders existences and behaviourisms humanimalistically via audio de/construction, psycho-acoustics and sonic rituals. sound as communication in direct and primal form, a tool of metaphysics, a conscience, an unrestrained language. sound as a means to activate primordial shared emotions otherwise hidden by civilised experience. dp‘s work engages, invites existentialist rumination, demands awareness, endorses sentient and environmental e/quality and encourages intervention and responibility; therapeutical aspects are acknowledged; a form of release is evoked, a liberating cleansing, a sound catharsis opposing the omnipresent reduction of existence, that puts us in touch with our sentient origins as with the realities of our times. dp rings in the era of humanimal.

dp has been sonically active for 30 years, has appeared on over 150 releases and has played near to 400 concerts in 40 countries. dp -> Info http://www.davephillips.ch

21.03.2015 Institut für neue Medien (INM), Schmickstraße 18, 60314 Frankfurt – http://www.inm.de Einlass 20:00, Beginn 20:30 – Eintritt: 7 Euro