15 Nov 2008
D-Fuse's new film in progress Endless Cities, made from materials collected during the Surface residencies, will be premiered at the BFI IMAX in London as part of the onedotzero Festival with a live soundtrack by Matthias Kispert<.
BFI IMAX, London, UK
7 – 10 Nov 2008
The D-Fuse video Latitude_Redux is included in DOX:MARKET, wich runs in conjunction with the CPH:DOX film festival in Copenhagen, Denmark.
CPH:DOX, Copenhagen, Denmark
30 Oct – 2 Nov 2008
Matthias Kispert's sound installation Falling will be shown at the Imageradio Festival, Eindhoven, NL.
Imageradio Festival
Eindhoven, NL
10 Oct 2008
D-Fuse are performing Latitude at the 10 year anniversary celebrations of MU art space in Eindhoven.
MU 10 Year Anniversary
MU, Eindhoven, Netherlands
25 Jul – 2 Aug 2008
The final D-Fuse Surface residency is taking place in Bandung, Indonesia. Matthias Kispert will be working with a group of musicians from the vibrant local musical communities, which range from traditional gamelan music to hardcore punk. The result of this collaboration will be a live soundtrack to the D-Fuse performance at KICK Fest in Bandung on 2nd August. On 3rd August there will be a Re-Imagining the City panel discussion at Blitz Megaplex. Surface was commissioned by onedotzero and the British Council.
Surface Residency
Bandung, Indonesia
24 May – 22 Jun 2008
China Incidental: (Un)familiar Territories is a series of headphone walks by Yan Jun (Beijing) and Hitlike (Harbin) which provide a glimpse into life in China today using the evocative qualities of sound. Visitors to Chinese Arts Centre Manchester will be able to pick up a Chinese MP3 player and a map which together will take them on a walk around Manchester city centre and an aural journey through a major Chinese city. Carefully edited sound recordings of everyday moments in a Chinese city link with locations on a half hour walk around Manchester city centre.
China Now
Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester, UK
18 Apr – 1 May 2008
For eleven days, the Foyer of the Royal Festival Hall in London will be infused with real-world sounds from China. The recordings create a fluctuating, unpredictable mix that changes with the time of day, causing a shift in localities between the grand concert hall and the world of everyday life on a different continent. China Incidental: Production Consumption Interpretation presents a slice of contemporary China that is not seen but heard, presented through the work of some of China’s leading experimental artists, including Yan Jun (Beijing), Zhong Minjie (Guangzhou), Lin Zhiying (Shenzhen) and Hitlike (Harbin). Commissioned by China Now, the UK’s largest ever festival of Chinese culture.
China Now
Royal Festival Hall, London, UK
23 Feb 2008
D-Fuse are performing Latitdue at the Sonic Acts festival in Amsterdam. The festival also features performances by Otolab and Ryuichi Kurokawa.
Sonic Acts
Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands