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1606 T-BP Video Program
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1411 Fórum do Futuro
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1006 Machination 84
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0805 Offf
0804 EMAF
0709 Ars Electronica
0705 Barcelos
0611 Study 40
0610 EME
0606 SonicScope
0510 int.16/45//son01/30x1
0509 EME
0404 v3
0301 hardVideo


1606 Press photos
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1512 La Escucha Errante
1511 Intermediale Festival
1410 Semibreve
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0910 Perugia
0906 Sonica:Post
0804 EMAF
0803 Template
0803 Netwerk
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0712 Natal dos Experimentais
0709 Ars Electronica
0709 Ars Electronica
0709 Beck's Fusion Pod
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0705 Barcelos
0703 Pixelache
0702 CdM
0611 Algo-Ritmos
0609 PTM#2
0601 Netmage 6
0512 Madeira DIG
0511 Imagens Projectadas
0509 Stephan Mathieu + Naja Orchestra
0503 Zemos98_7
0505 Hip Chips @ U.Católica
0505 Hip Chips @ ZDB
0504 deTour
0502 Penthouse
0412 Metro
0411 Tel Aviv
0410 + Pure, Vitor Joaquim
0407 + Joe Giardullo, VJ
0404 v3 comp
0404 v3 live
0311 Atlantic Waves
0310 + forçasamadas
0302 Sonic Light
0111 Número Festival
0110 Frágil
0010 Co-Lab
0006 Serralves
0004 Screensaver

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0°-100° / Reviews /


0°-100° / Reviews

Touching Extremes

Working at the blurred margins of what’s immediately decipherable (for instance, but not exclusively, liquid percolations and gushes in every possible manifestation and shape) and what is not (the fruits of a computerized process that attributes amorphous resonances and rearranged configurations to the original sounds) Pedro Tudela and Miguel Carvalhais show once more that their place among the generators of logically turbulent soundscapes featuring a large range of gradations and dynamics should be in the first rows. The abundant hour of 0°-100° contains numerous references to what my ears partially distinguish as industrial unfoldings: pressure and mechanical repetition are two essential traits of the piece, which is divided in eight sections succeeding without interruptions. If you pictured a cynical demonstration of heartless power, think again, though; the level of rationalism is indeed high, yet the “human” element is still at work, and we can feel it rather clearly – not to mention the wonderful blackbird tweets ending the whole. Quite impressively, everything appears inevitably related and coherently inserted within the composition’s structure, attributing lucidity and consistency to a meticulously assembled patchwork informed by a thoroughly no-nonsense attitude. Caveat: interrupting the sonic flow is anathema. This record makes sense only if listened in its entirety, thus set aside some quality time to give it the deserved concentration. Massimo Ricci


From Monochrome Vision, a label in Moscow dedicated to contemporary electronic sound experimentations, comes an interesting project signed by @C, the duo of Pedro Tudela and Miguel Carvalhais, an ensemble well known to the "aficionados" of particularly abstract and conceptual scenes. The meeting between these two artists engages in sophisticated digital manipulation and audio-video improvisation. The artists have been careful to construct scores that adapt well to performance events (from this, unsurprisingly, stems the collaboration‚ quite a common practice in festivals - with another filmmaker, Lia (from Austria), a sort of additional member of the "group", who in this case is responsible for the artwork). "0¬∞ - 100¬∞" is divided into eight parts, assembled primarily from recordings made in different cities and countries around the world between 2005 and 2009, following the inspiration of a liquid and whirling movement, dense with percolations and phase transitions, in a modular and open composition, full of uncommon sound emergencies and interesting structural developments. Aurelio Cianciotta