Garage Screen and Fields Experimental Music Festival announce their joint program Screening, a two-day cycle of audiovisual performances.
On October 9–10, Garage Screen summer cinema will be hosting an ambitious experiment featuring avant-garde musicians teamed up with video and media artists, aimed at bringing their own works to the screen.
On the opening day, guitarist Pavel Dodonov will run a joint improvisation with the artist TAU, saxophonist Alexander Serechenko (solo.operator) will perform together with the artist Katya Pryanik and a neural network, while in the finale, the Children's Musical Instrument Ensemble will perform their compositions using children's synthesizers and plastic pistols.
On the second day, music painter X.Y.R. will present an underwater utopia in the New Age style, while video artist Mikhail Grigoriev will act as an illustrator who will transfer the story to the screen. The avant-garde storyteller Zurkas Tepla will introduce a narrative sound deconstruction, as well as an essay and a video sequence assembled from YouTube videos selected based on keywords. The percussion quartet Drumazhur will perform an academic opus by Anna Mikhailova on four drum kits, the score of which the audience will be able to follow in real-time on the screen.