Music for Percussion sees Ikeda, alongside Swiss collective Eklekto, experimenting with handclaps, crotales, cymbals and triangles, playing them in unconventional ways to create the impression of electronic music without any digital input.
datamatics [ver. 2.0] is a new take on an art project that Ikeda has been working on for over a decade, which ‘explores the potential to perceive the invisible multi-substance of data’. The artist utilises data to generate astonishing sounds and visuals.
Ikeda is a world-renowned artist, working across visual and sonic media and focusing on their mathematical characteristics. Rather than an ordinary concert, this will be an immersive art experience.
Born 1966, Ryoji Ikeda is an artist working across both visual and sonic media, concerned with sound in its raw states, its visual configuration, mathematical aesthetics, and human perception. Presented by Thirty Three Thirty Three, Barbican Centre, Selfridges, and The Japan Foundation, Ikeda will perform his new audio-visual work Test…
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