Vox Marmoris festival brings together light, sound and space in a blend of artistic media
MUSIC LINE UP
- Berlin, Germany
Ephemeral Tomorrow is a media artist collective composed by Riccardo Torresi, Maxime Lethelier and Asako Fujimoto
Ephemeral Tomorrow is a media artist collective composed by Riccardo Torresi, Maxime Lethelier and Asako Fujimoto and Based in Berlin. The group focuses on the interconnection between art science and technology, having a common fascination for the universe and space exploration. Their works reflect the aspects of complex remote sensing apparatuses through the aesthetics of light and sound.
Riccardo Torresi is a media artist based in Berlin. Holding a M.A. in Architecture and Media Art, with his works he aims to research the interconnections between Science, Art and the urban space, using new technologies and light as a tool and inspiration. Always fascinated by outer space and physics, he uses open source databases and real time data to create generative art-pieces. His work have been exhibited in international festivals and public institutions such as Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin, Athens Digital Art Festival and NTU DIgital Art Prize in Singapore between others.
Asako Fujimoto is a japanese electronic music composer/performer originally from Osaka and based in Berlin. Since 1993, she developed her background in NYC's electronic music scene. She works with analog and digital synthesizers, acoustic/field recordings, algorithmic compositions and also as a vocalist in solo projects and collaborated with several groups on live performances, touring and releasing materials. In 2005, she started to work on sound design for multimedia art installations which have been exhibited around the world through the years (Venice Biennale, Athens Digital Art Festival, Hermitage Museum etc). She continues to work on sounds with new medias, audio/visual installation performances as well as theater and film collaborations.
Maxime Lethelier is a french media artist based in Berlin. He graduated a Master in Fine Arts and new medias, majoring in stage design, in 2008. He develops his works in different fields as interactive installations or augmented stage design for theater, but also interactive visuals solutions for music or video content. He collaborated with several theater companies and musicians to create transmedia projects along his career.
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