Geert Mul & Michel Banabila 2013 – 2017 Live performance / Installation for three screens.
Big Data Poetry is an audiovisual live performance / Installation by Geert Mul (visuals) and Michel Banabila (music). Mul’s visuals consist of millions of random downloaded images in which visual patterns are unveiled by applying image analysis algorithms. During the performance, Mul and Banabila bring sound and image together in a custom self-designed digital setup which allows for improvisation and interaction between sounds and video.
Performances / Exhibitions:
2013 Red Ear Festival Rotterdam Holland
2013 Paard van Troje Den Haag STATE-X / NEW FORMS
2013 Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam @ Trouw
2014 DEAF Dutch Electronic Art Festival
2014 New Horizons Festival. Erasmus University Rotterdam
2014 BIG DATA POETRY The Logan Symposium, live at The Barbican Centre, London
2015 Beirut, Global Week For Syria. Yukunkun Club and Metro al Madina
2016 Stedelijk Museum Schiedam (Installation)
2017 Dortmunder-U, Dortmund, Germany (installation)
“One of the most perfect combinations of visual and audio materials I have ever visited. The three big video screens and the impressive soundscapes gave comfortable as well as uncanny experiences of immersion” Prof Dr. Marcel Cobussen (Full Professor of Auditory Culture and Music Philosophy at Leiden)
Feb 2013 https://cobussen.com/2013/04/21/red-ear-secrets-of-the-pier/