this saturday, the 19th, we’re hosting another narrative lab night at the roxy bar and screen. they’re nice nights, come down.
Point B [Live] and Solu [VJ] www.point-b.co.uk …… www.solu.org
We are delighted to be bringing together two of our favorite artists for a 1hr 30min live performance delivering the finest blend of electronica that bustles with energy and evocative beats from one of Londons Sharpest electronic muisc producers, Point B and the bissfull, sensitive yet glitched out visual explorations of Solu. This is a performance not to be missed, and will be Solu’s first appearance in London.
Live AV Set - KAMMOS by Solu (20 min)
As an additional special treat this month Solu will also be performing her latest audio visual work titled KAMMOS: An intimate journey into the heart of darkness. Kaamos is a finnish term for the darkest period of the year in the north, when the light turns into shades of grey and sun is a rare visitor. Light is the main protagonist of the performance: flashlight, car light, fluorescent light, the cathode ray light of the tv screen, all function as a consolation service for the “night butterflies” flickering endlessly around a light bulb.. All images and audio are from Finland.
Narrative Lab and Matthew Oldham: Live remix of “People on Sunday” by the Siodmak Brothers www.nlab.org.uk
The narrative lab will be presenting a re-cut version of this early German film in collaboration with our resident DJ, Matt Oldham, looking to redramatise its fiction for the live screen. A classic silent movie featuring talent that later went onto direct critically acclaimed movies both in Germany and the US. A summer day in Berlin, 1929 sees Berlin empty as a ghost town everyone flees to the countryside to while away their sunday. In an unchained fashion the camera watches upon all their activities.