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Saturday, June 11 • 21:00 - 23:00
Dance, with sound & visuals by The Flying Belugas (Simon Schubiger & Stefan Müller Arisona)

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EPI Redux is re-imagining of the psychedelic classic The Exploding Plastic Inevitable, created by Andy Warhol with the Velvet Underground in the late 1960s. Rather than literally interpreting the original Warhol event, EPI Redux seeks to update psychedelia for the new millennium. Using an excess of technology the project immerses viewers in an overload of the senses and in a Gesamtkunstwerk where sound, vision, space and time coincide. At ELO we will present the EPI Redux as audio-visual performance, combining live visuals and electronic dance genres ranging from electro-disco, electro, house and techno.

Stefan Müller Arisona is a computer scientist and artist who seeks to combine principles from computer graphics, digital media, and human-computer interaction and apply them to a variety of fields such as architectural and urban modeling, digital art, and entertainment. He is a professor of computer science at the Institute of 4D Technologies (i4Ds) of FHNW Switzerland, and lab co-director at ETH Zurich’s Future Cities Laboratory in Singapore. As an artist, DJ, and VJ, he has performed and exhibited worldwide at London’s Notting Hill Arts Club, the Ars Electronica Center in Linz, and at Singapore’s Zouk.
Simon Schubiger has been developing various interactive media art installations (e.g. for the Ars Electronica Center) and has performed live visuals at more than one hundred electronic music events over the past decades as a member of the Scheinwerfer collective. He is also the co-developer of the Soundium2 multi-media platform and ETH Zurich’s NOVA voxel display. In parallel, Simon Schubiger is a professor for computer graphics and game design at FHNW Switzerland.


Saturday June 11, 2016 21:00 - 23:00
Faculty Club

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