laser + sound
Paradiso – Kleine Zaal
24 Feb 00:30 — 01:00

For years, EVOL live sets have made use of audio-visual synchronicity and a certain illusion of synaesthesia to explore the boundaries of a grey area between fun and mental dissociation. In their work, Stephen Sharp and Roc Jiménez de Cisneros bend and deform their favourite musical objects, often by melting down the very time grids and structures that these musical objects formerly sat on, in a permanent search for disorientation. This piece for laser and computer makes use of a homemade system which produces a wild array of flowing, stretching and bending shapes, as an extension of what they have previously called Acid Mereotopology’. 

EVOL. Photo by Gemma Planell.