The Superusers’ present ‘Kompressions of False Mechaniks in a chamber of 3D Hard Light’ – an installation for multiple 3D projectors and stereo sound. This video is from the premiere of the installation at Festival Gamerz, held at Fondation Vasarely (Aix-en-Provence, France) in November 2015.
An evening of audio-visual performance encompassing everything from multi-computer 3D explosions to improvisations with dead media.
Friday 5. September 2014
Address: Gneisenaustraße 52, 10961 Berlin-Kreuzberg
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The Superusers – real-time anaglyph 3D – FR/AU
Kris Limbach – DIY film/noise interventions – DE
VJ Meat – audio-visual mashcore – INT
Crocanti – circuit-bent transmissions – ES
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Maybe it’s just me, but I find some kind of existentialist poetry in this one…
One of the best anti-3D videos I’ve ever seen:
And the final internet implosion…
This is a live camera recording of the first anaglyph 3D stereoscopic audio-visual performance from The Superusers. Audience members were given red/cyan glasses in order to fully experience the computer-generated 3D interaction. The 3D effect is largely lost in this live recording (3D glasses are not essential to watch it), however the futuristic style and synaesthetic dynamic of the performance is still represented. The performance is completely improvised.
Recorded at l’Embobineuse (Marseille, France) on 1 February 2013.
Audio, video, programming by Pierre-erick Lefebvre and Scott Sinclair.