June 13, 2013
It consisted of 22 different six-second works by various artists, all created on the Twitter-owned app Vine, where users share bite-size videos.
Mechanical engineer and sculptor Tristan Shone is a master of machines. He's built a robotic entourage that responds to MIDI/USB controllers and makes for-real industrial doom metal.
Author & Punisher will ravage his way through the Netherlands, Germany, the UK, Belgium and Slovenia before bringing the proceedings to a ceremonial close in Czech Republic.
Research showcase featured "engineers who think like artists; scientists who think like poets; physicists who think like dancers."
“The devices draw heavily on aspects of industrial automation, robotics and mechanical tools and devices, focusing on the eroticism of interaction with machine,” writes Stay Strange curator Sam
What's the truth? That's the initial premise of "Camelia la Tejana," a story told in Gabriela Ortiz's often electrifying opera, with a libretto by her brother Rubén Ortiz Torres
Eclecticism is always an admirable virtue on a live bill, and such was on full display at The Acheron...the most fascinating performance of the evening was definitely Author & Punisher.
Outlaws. Love. Deceit...The libretto holds power and poetry. The music, ranging stylistically from exotic avant-garde to lyrical, fits the subject marvelously.
West Coast-based Author & Punisher, the long-running, one-man industrial doom project propagated by sound contortionist Tristan Shone, is pleased to announce his fifth and latest creation of au