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Theater with Keyboarders

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Come to München in October for some
added on the 2009-09-22 01:06:41 by spookysys spookysys
would be nice to see somekind of documentation after the shows, not possible for me to travel to see it live. :(
added on the 2009-09-22 01:15:23 by nosfe nosfe
Is this that project the guy was at Breakpoint for to recruit peeps? Damn, I'd like to see that..
added on the 2009-09-22 01:19:24 by okkie okkie
nosfe, I'm not sure what we will be able to do. I would really like that myself.

By the way, the so-called Keyboarders is at the moment consisting of:
Quisten of Keyboarders
Loaderror of Ephidrena
Spookysys of Shitfaced Clowns
Chock of Mostly Harmless
added on the 2009-09-22 01:22:48 by spookysys spookysys
okkie, correct!
added on the 2009-09-22 01:23:26 by spookysys spookysys
okki, however, I think there was more than one such project. There was one opera(?) as well? This one is much smaller. (We have _one_ actor :-)
added on the 2009-09-22 01:26:39 by spookysys spookysys
Is there any non facebookish information on the project ?
added on the 2009-09-22 09:39:44 by d0DgE d0DgE

premiere tomorrow 20.30!

added on the 2009-10-20 10:44:43 by quisten quisten
non-facebookish people try this link:

You must have a Facebook account to view that page.

- 12 € entrance
- 1 good actress and a couple of people in the background
- ~50 min entertainment
- slow start of the plot
- after the atmosphere started to catch you it's over and you leave with the feeling of "this was it?"

pouet ranking: piggy
added on the 2009-10-22 09:26:11 by hashdash hashdash
The ultimate Texas-remix! :D *thumb up*
added on the 2009-10-26 12:43:40 by kusma kusma
Pics/video or it didn't happen!
added on the 2009-10-26 13:23:11 by gloom gloom
They did record it (both through video camera, and capturing the controller changes), so I guess something will appear at some point.
added on the 2009-10-26 14:07:30 by kusma kusma
Review from Süddeutsche Zeitung

Graphical Labyrinth
A multimedial theatre project in the Pathos Transport

Sandman meets Frankenstein: In the interdisciplinary and multimedial theatre project "Rendering... ein Making of" in the Pathos Transport Theatre an actress, a computer and three programmers try to find the relationship between man and machine in the artistic creation process. The main character of the post-dramatic scenery by Gero Tögl and Gabriel Döll is fittingly a cartoon producer. Modern technology is as well part of Nathalias métier as pictorial phantasy. But while working on her draft of a teenage romance she starts drifting off into nightmarish childhood memories. The background literature for this is the black-romantic fairytale "the Sandman" by E.T.A. Hoffmann, where also the relationship between an artificial product, the automaton Olimpia and her creator Spalanzani is picked out as the central theme. Slowly also Nathalia turns into a Frankenstein figure, obsessed to create her own perfect (cartoon-)Monster based on her own biography.
On the stage of the Pathos this transformation is visualized on several projection planes with the aid of highly disturbing computer graphics made by the Norwegian programmer formation "Keyboarders". As "Demosceners" they create complex scenes of sound and pictures: At first a motionless sandman floats in the black and white noise of the antenna signal. But soon he comes alive in always changing, labyrinth-like nested graphics; in a menacing sea of sharp poles and stomping cubes he transforms and alienates. Like every proper monster he gets out of Nathalias control. The visually captivating and with regard to content complex reflection about the relationship between man and machine eventually ends in an ear-piecing collapse.
added on the 2009-10-26 14:34:45 by loaderror loaderror


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