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Ice, Chips and Brains

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Published: Jun 29th, 2017

A night of experimental electric, electronic and brain controlled performance.

The National Videogame Arcade

24-32 Carlton Street

Toast Bar Entrance



Friday 7th July 7pm-9pm


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Hallvarður Ásgeirsson

(Icelandic, born in 1976) is a composer working on the borderline between avant classical composition and the electronic metamorphosis of live instruments. He is also a performing electric guitarist employing interactive sound processing. Asgeirsson’s work falls into a few categories – avant modern classical composition, electro acoustic music where found sounds are mixed with ambient musical elements, and electronic guitar music where the guitar is used as as a starting point for electronic processing and sound shaping.

He will be performing music from the film “The Disadvantages of Time Travel” accompanied by Richard Ramchurn performing a remixed version of his brain controlled film.

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Scrubber Fox (Gary Naylor) – An electronic musician, hardware bend-maker and audio-visual artist; exploring smash beats, glitch, acid dance floor tracks and electronica as well as interactive digital visuals and installations.  An audio-visual Chiptune retrospective through the Ages A/V electronic installation and performance. Using home-built modifications and circuit-bending techniques, Scrubber Fox takes antiquated and obsolete electronic equipment such video game consoles (Megadrives, NES, Atari 2600, Gameboy) and turns them into AV engines, using the existing sound and graphic chips within them. This hardware is then utilised as an “instrument” for avant-garde music and visual generation. He will be giving a performance with a mix of original material, pop and games music covers that trigger new and exciting visuals from the console video engines and diy modules.



7th July


Supported by the FAST project at the University of Nottinghamwebflyer




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