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Goat concert @ Ancienne Belgique 20140921


Tracklist:
00:00 – Talk To God
06:10 – Let It Bleed
10:56 – Gathering Of Ancient Tribes
16:08 – The Light Within
20:03 – Disco Fever
25:48 – Dreambuilding
28:58 – Goatlord
31:45 – Diarabi
34:30 – Goatman
38:18 – Run To Your Mama
46:35 – Goathead
50:18 – Hide From The Sun
53:42 – Goaslaves
58:25 – Words
01:02:50 – Det Som Aldrig Förändras

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Maria Takeuchi’s as·phyx·i·a

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In as·phyx·i·a, a new collaborative effort and experimental film by Maria Takeuchi with Frederico Phillips, dancer Shiho Tanaka transforms into an evolving, pulsating cloud of 3D data. “The performance is centered in an eloquent choreography that stresses the desire to be expressive without bounds,” its creators explain.

Using motion data and dynamic simulations, Takeuchi and Phillips re-envision Tanaka’s body as a wobbling mass of points and line segments between them. Inside an environment specially-created for the film, a single, white spotlight follows her movements, casting a shadow on the ground beneath her abstracted figure. Set to an original soundtrack also created by Takeuchi, the result is an abstraction that is at once as fluid as it is writhing and roaring with information.