One Thursday a month, from 7pm – 10pm at ArtScience Museum
Supercodex [live set]
20 August 2015, 8pm
Concept & composition: Ryoji Ikeda
Computer graphics & programming: Tomonaga Tokuyama
Sonic artist, visual artist, electronic composer and computer-musician in one, Ryoji Ikeda has gained international renown for his provocative work combining visuals and sound.
Supercodex [live set] reworks musical concepts from Ikeda’s 2013 superposition piece, which investigates how we understand the reality of nature on an atomic scale, taking its starting point in mathematical models and quantum mechanics. From a subtle beginning consisting of digital noise, blips and bass drones, there gradually emerges the core elements of techno and dance music, where Ikeda uses raw data and mathematical models to generate music and projections.
Don’t miss this extraordinary live performance, where the accompanying visuals add to the rich textures to merge the senses, creating an unforgettable experience. Prepare to be immersed in a multi-sensorial extravaganza.
For more information: http://www.ryojiikeda.com/archive/concerts/#supercodex_live_set