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Singing eyes in Amsterdam
Live performance: 13 Nov 2004 -- 20:30
Presented by: MathisNitschke
Public: Free
De Ijsbreker
Amsterdam -- The Netherlands

Het Zingende Oog (the singing eye) by Mendel Hardeman is a live performance for recorder, harpsichord, violone, two puppet theaters and five video cameras. Mathis Nitschke is taking the video output from the cameras, translating them into sound sources in Kyma (in parallel with their other job of delivering pictures to an array of TV-sets and a beamer), and processing them through matrixed cross-modulations and distortion. This is not an interpretation of the visuals; it's listening to the video signal directly as sound. Concerts are on 13 November at 20:30 and 14 November at 16:30 at De IJsbreker, Weesperzijde 23, Amsterdam. Reservations are highly recommended, since Het Zingende Oog is the final show in the famous De Ijsbreker which will close its current stage and move to the new Muziekgebouw in Amsterdam.

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