The most brilliant cultural highlights of recent times have involved people broadcasting ideas in innovative ways, with web-based technology becoming one of the major elements in our daily life. 02022020, also a 8-digit computer-friendly code, is ideally situated in the Internet culture, ushering in the new vision of information exchange in the nearest future. On 02-02-2020, a collective of artists created a 26-hour programme of artworks and performances that were streamed on the Internet for viewers in all timezones. The Live performances with local audience were presented in 10+ cities around the world. The audience also watched the streaming of the performances and artworks in different locations.
Sonic Anchor #4 – Optic Light (2012) for Theatrical-Sound-Installation
For Sonic Anchor #4 Lam Lai will turn McAulay into an installation theater, to create what she calls a “theatrical-sound-installation.” As audiences move beneath the shades created by various installation object, they become a part of an interactive composition that blurs the boundary between the digital and the analogue, between “real” ambient and electronic ambient sound. An experiment that blends light, space and moving bodies into haunting and sinister resonances.
MaerzMusik 2011 (Berlin) | Berliner Festspiele A high speed internet performance
Featuring the Hong Kong New Music Ensemble (HK)/ Ensemble Adapter (GERMANY)
Hong Kong Time: 1 April 2011 (Fri) 20:00pm 2 April 2011 (Sat) 02:00am 2 April 2011 (Sat) 20:00pm 3 April 2011 (Sun) 02:00am
Venue: Osage Atelier (Hong Kong) and Dock11 (Berlin)
MaerzMusik 2011 (Berlin) | Berliner Festspiele (link)
Musik-Film-Marathon in Berlin Interview (link)
(video at 2’15”)
Frozen Moment (2011) for Synchronizing Two Ensembles of two cities
performed by Ensemble Adapter and Hong Kong New Music Ensemble
Time is frozen when you are not hurrying to somewhere. Synchronising two cities, synchronising two time-spaces: a delayed second traces out the Frozen Moment.
“Two Cities – Two Stages – One Concert”: in a live event, the German-Icelandic Ensemble Adapter and the Hong Kong New Music Ensemble connected film and music via a fixed high-speed Internet line. In Berlin and Hong Kong, a concert installation took place: two ensembles, two locations, two stages, at the same time, with a fixed delay time of 1.14 seconds.