Icasfestival 2015 art by VOJD
Tools for the Future - ICAS Concert Night A
Thursday 30.04.2015 // 20:00 - 23:30
Venue: Festspielhaus Hellerau

room 1
20:30 Lief Hall CA/DE
21:30 Felicie d’Estienne d’Orves
           & Étienne Jaumet – “Satori”
22:30 Lorenzo Senni IT

room 2
21:30 Pasajera Oscura AT
22:30 Bocca al Lupo INT

Tickets: 14.40 € Buy at Reservix
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Félicie d'Estienne d'Orves
Félicie d'Estienne d'Orves is a French artist working primarily in set design, sculpture, and new technology. She studied multimedia and interactivity at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris and founded In-visible, a multimedia design studio and collective, in 2004. d'Estienne d'Orves’s installations project colourful lights and video onto sculptures. Her art creates experiences in which the real and the virtual merge into a single, multi-dimensional medium.
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Advanced Sounds – ICAS Concert Night C
Saturday 2.05.2015 // 21:00 - 1:00
Venue: Festspielhaus Hellerau

20:00 El Silbo Performance und Vortrag -
            Heimo Lattner & Judith Laub AT/DE
21:00 Mørk NO
22:00 Lumisokea BE/IT
23:00 Felicie d’Estienne d’Orves
           & Étienne Jaumet – “Satori”
24:00 Evian Christ live UK

23:30 HUMATIC – “MNM Stage Version
            feat. Mieko Suzuki”

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Étienne Jaumet
Étienne Jaumet's multi-instrumentalism commenced with his study, in conservatory, of saxophone. After graduating he began to turn increasingly to keyboards and synthesizers for the electro and pop compilations he made previous to his involvement in the Belgian group The Married Monk. As a member of Zombie Zombie, he plays analog synthesizers and theremin alongside Cosmic Herman to create krautrock-dipped electro disco. The duo released the albums A Land for Renegades (2008), Rituels d’un nouveau monde (2012), and Loubia Hamra (2014) through Versatile Records. Jaumet’s solo work under his own name reflects a wide musical palette ranging from film scores to free jazz. His solo output consists of Entropy (2009; remixed by Carl Craig), Night Music (2009), Satori (2011), Vents Solaires (2013), and, most recently, La Visite.
Supported by SHAPE - Sound Heterogeneous Art and Performance in Europe platform, which is made possible by funding from the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.

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