Thursday, November 24, 2016

Block4 at Piksel 2016

Block 4 is this year active at the Piksel 2016 festival in Bergen: Malte Steiner is giving a workshop on 24. November: 

TMS is playing the 25. November: 

 and Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen is performing the 26. November:

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen installation in Aarhus Denmark

From October 15. until November 6. Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen creates a performative installation in the project space Spanien 19C. The installation includes activations and events inclusive a concert evening with TMS and Elektronengehirn. More info at

Friday, June 3, 2016

Embedded Artist Berlin concert 3.6.2016

After the great concert last week in Linz during the Amro festival at Stadtwerkstatt, we play as Embedded Artist tonight in Berlin at Ausland:

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen: Body Interfaces: A Processual Scripting

TMS member Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen going to show a week of a durational performative installation with guests, in Berlin at Galerie Grüntaler 9 (at Grüntaler Strasse 9 as the name suggests) from 15. - 22. April:

Body Interfaces: A Processual Scripting is a performative installation generated by Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen over the duration of one week. It wishes to raise questions regarding the role of documentation in artistic research, its status and how it can feed into other processes.
In the spatial frames of Grüntaler9 the artist will be intensively working with and redeveloping her own concept of an archive and resources based on the documents and remains from previous performances and interventions, which will additionally be resulting in other performance structures.
The installation is in an ongoing process that can be witnessed everyday from 2-8pm. On selected days there will be guests invited to discuss and perform with the artist in the space.
::::::::: Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen’s research works with the body and (as) materiality via combining understandings of it that are derived from site-specific performance art and from working with technology.
A crucial part of this research takes the form of interventions and performances, collectively titled Body Interfaces, first generated during a residency in Iceland (May, 2015) and since then developed and performed in various contexts, constantly challenging their own format and method. These practices deal with the body as interface for experience and communication in relation to other materialities as well as the environment that surrounds and interacts with these. The interface is here read as a transmitting entity and agency between the body and the surrounding surfaces. An important part of Body Interfaces is its own documentation, in various formats, shapes and scripted entities.
The processual installation is open daily from 14:00 until 20:00 and can be witnessed at all time. The processual scripting has a dynamic approach to the space and therefore the installation will arrive and evolve throughout the days, nothing has been in installed in advance – all is part of the process.
The research topic will be shared through performances and interventions as well as an ongoing reel of performance documentation.
Friday April 15: inauguration and installation:
- 14:00h - 19:00h: performative installation (working session)
- 20:00h - 20:30: Body Interfaces Performance
- from 21:00: Fridäy Süpperclüb (food and drinks by donation)
Saturday April 16: sound (research collaborator: Malte Steiner):
- 14:00h - 19:00h: performative installation (working session)
- 19:00h: sound performance
Sunday April 17: body and site (research collaborator: Nathalie Fari):
- 14:00 - 17:00: performative installation (working session)
- 17:00 - 20:00: performance interventions with Nathalie Fari
Monday April 18: archiving as practice / restructuring and re-contextualizing materials (research collaborator: Joel Verwimp):
14:00h - 20:00h: performative installation with performance interventions (working session)
Tuesday April 19: chance as method – invigorating performative structures:
- 14:00h - 20:00h: performative installation with performance interventions (working session)
Wednesday April 20: instruction: re-performance / transformation I (research collaborator: Aleks Slota):
- 14:00h - 20:00h: performative installation with performance interventions (working session)
Thursday April 21: ritual(s)
- 14:00h - 20:00h: performative installation with performance interventions (working session)
Friday April 22: instruction: re-performance / transformation II (research collaborator: Ilya Noé):
- 14:00h - 18:00h: performative installation with performance interventions (working session)
- 20:00h: Body Interfaces Processual Scripting Resume
- from 21:00: Fridäy Süpperclüb (food and drinks by donation)

::::::::: Performative schedule for April 15. to 22.:

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Notstandskomitee concert video AKK Karlsruhe 18.6.2015

Notstandskomitee live at AKK Karlsruhe 18.6.2015 

Excerpt of the concert by Notstandskomitee, the full length is usually between 30-40 minutes. The concept of Angewandte Elektronik TV Festival is to film the artists separated from audience, augment the video with graphics by a VJ and project it to the audience. Also performing on this evening were Circuitnoise, Blood Vault and Benoit & The Mandelbrots.

For booking Notstandskomitee write to : booking AT tmkm DOT dk

video by Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

full Embedded Artist concert online

The full concert of my project Embedded Artist which I run with Wolfgang Spahn, performed at Spektrum Berlin the 28. August 2015:

"Embedded Artist" is a media performance that combines four different layers merged into one visual entity. As a contemporary Gesamtkunstwerk, 3D models, video scratching, live camera, and mechanical effects are projected and combined within the space. The sound of the performance combines mechanical industrial noise with digital synthetic sound, which create structures and patterns connected to the visual output.
In this performance Spahn and Steiner have developed their own system to control multiple embedded systems using Pure Data, Raspberry Pi, Raspian, and Python, where as hardware components several Raspberry Pi's are combined with Paper-Duino-Pi's remote controlled via OSC from the performers laptops.
The 3D models are animated in OpenGL, where video and live cameras each run on a Raspberry Pi. Mechanical and optical effects such as fragmented projections are generated by servos and glass prisms, which are projected back onto the walls. "Embedded Artist" is filming the audience as well, which are additionally re-projected back into the space.