Kranemann+Emmett: CHARLES DARWIN
Kranemann Emmett Performance
PERFORMANCE
  • Millenium Building
  • 19:30 — 20:30
  • 21.10.18 — 21.10.18
  • CHARLES DARWIN

    The German-English collaboration of Eberhard Kranemann and Mathew Emmett calls to attention a conceptualisation of space conveyed at the intersection of affect and schism, triggering deep immersion in future worlds. Their projects are ongoing artwork-events evolving hybrid visions through new media and electronic soundscapes, comprised of digital sampling, 3D scanning, interaction and feedback.

    Charles Darwin started his exploration into the important science of evolution on board the HMS Beagle, setting sail on 27th December 1831 from Plymouth harbour. In 1968, Kranemann performed Pissoff/Handaktion with Joseph Beuys at Creamcheese in Düsseldorf where another reality came into being. Kranemann is an innovator in audiovisual art, co-founding the electronic music band Kraftwerk, participating in Documenta, Kassel, and the Berlinale Film Festival. Throughout his career Kranemann has pursued the origination of new worlds. Emmett (University of Plymouth) is an architect and artist specializing in immersive installations, sound and interdisciplinary research in situated cognition, with performances at the Tate Modern, London, in Germany, Russia and Japan.