FIBER & The Rest is Noise presents: ‘Paul Jebanasam & Tarik Barri en Scott Monteith & Rainer Kohlberger’ (06/01/2017)

Multi-sensory audiovisual concert night

28 DECEMBER 2016, MUZIEKGEBOUW AAN ‘T IJ, AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS
Summary
FIBER x The Rest is Noise is a multi sensory concert night where sound and image converge to an intense overall experience. Two acclaimed audiovisual duo’s - one composer / musician and a visual artist - take the audience on a journey along hypnotic landscapes, massive electronic sounds and mesmerizing voices. FIBER x TRIN is a transcendental experience offering a window to unknown worlds.

FIBER x The Rest is Noise is a multi sensory concert night where sound and image converge to an intense overall experience. Two acclaimed audiovisual duo’s - one composer / musician and a visual artist - take the audience on a journey along hypnotic landscapes, massive electronic sounds and mesmerizing voices. FIBER x TRIN is a transcendental experience offering a window to unknown worlds.

FIBER x The Rest is Noise is supported by VSBfonds, Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst, Fonds Podiumkunsten, Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie (Creative Industries Fund NL), Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds and Fonds 21.

PROGRAMME

Paul Jebanasam & Tarik Barri - Continuum (live AV)
In one of the best audiovisual performances of the year year, Paul Jebanasam presents his latest album "Continuum" with Dutch visual artist Tarik Barri, known for his live visuals for artists such as Thom Yorke, Nicolas Jaar and Monolake.

Scott Monteith (a.k.a. Deadbeat) - Qawwali Quatsch, live show with visuals by Rainer Kohlberger (live AV)
In the first exciting audiovisual performance of the evening, Scott Monteith (aka Deadbeat) and visual artist Rainer Kohlberger present Monteith's latest album 'Qawwali Quatsch" which appeared on Field Records early this month. The AV performance Qawwali Quatsch is commissioned by FIBER and Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ and presented in collaboration with Field Records.

The AV performance Qawwali Quatsch is commissioned by FIBER and Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ and presented in collaboration with Field Records.

Merites (Photic Fields / First Notions, NL)
Before and after the shows Merites (Photic Fields / First Notions, NL) will play his favourite music.

Pre-concert talks
Prior to the concerts there will be an introduction talk with all the artists, moderated by Kristina Andersen. Kristina Andersen is an artist and researcher based at STEIM (Studio for Electro-Instrumental Music) in Amsterdam.

INFO
Date: Friday January 6th, 2017
Time: 19:00 - 00:00
Start talk: 19:30
Start concerts: 20:30
Location: Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ, Amsterdam (main room)

SOCIAL MEDIA
Twitter: @fiberfestival
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/709988942482062/
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TICKETS
Deur €17,00 / CJP & Studenten €13,50
Ticket link: http://bit.ly/2f1DuHl

Quotes
""The record’s three extended pieces shift between terrifying harshness and a serene beauty with a patient natural flow." FACT on Continuum by Paul Jebanasam" http://www.factmag.com/2016/01/26/paul-jebanasam-stream-continuum-ambient/
""Heard in the right headspace, though, Qawwali Quatsch can be a moving body of work." Resident Advisor on Qawwali Quatsch" https://www.residentadvisor.net/reviews/19994
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About FIBER

FIBER is an Amsterdam based interdisciplinary organisation, that presents new developments in audiovisual art, digital culture and the experimental and deeper corners of electronic music. The team works year round with a vibrant network of artists, designers, researchers and developers, who aspire to introduce mind bending experiences to a broad audience. Special attention goes out to the support of up and coming talents across numerous creative disciplines.

Next to small-scale events and exhibitions, the team organises the recurring FIBER Festival in Amsterdam, which brings together a diverse crowd of new talent, established artists and curious visitors. FIBER aims to explore hybrid forms of art, the power of media- and network technology, and encourages an exchange of views between the makers and their audience.

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