Bolten M – El Heredero
Tipper – Gulch
Thomas Brinkmann – 0100
Clayton Cameron – Drum Brushes Solo
Max Roach – Drum Brushes Solo
Filmmaker – Bionic Program
DJ Die Soon – Monopolize
Wishmountain – Crisps
Depeche Mode – Dream on (Kid606 Mix)
Eno Moebius Roedelius – Oil
Qebrus – Smell this pic
Xanopticon – Nemeti
Amon Tobin – Verbal (Prefuse 73 Dipped Escalade mix)
‘Deep Fry Club’ featuring DJ Black Fanfare (Demetrio Castellucci)
15 November, 20:00-21:00
Andrew Gryf Paterson’s artist residency work Deep Fry Club at SODAS 2123 during mid-August to mid-October in Vilnius will be presented on Rasų radijas (Rasos Radio) with music mix by DJ Black Fanfare (Demetrio Castellucci) on 15 November at 20.00.
Everyday kitchen practices have long cultural heritage traditions, and combined with experimental DIY and networked Do-It-With-Others, contemporary bioart and hybrid artists contribute to a long history of inspiration in relation to food, such as the Eat Art movement from the 1960s onwards. Over the past 5 years, Paterson has been exploring the idea of ‘kitchen lab’ as a blend of home and professional experimental workspace in the context of contemporary & participatory maker arts, and explored different methods to share experiences and documentations, including zines, social media, and autoethnographic writing in related to his research.
During the residency at SODAS 2123, Paterson planned weekly ‘deep fry club’ that connected to local and trans-local cultural/culinary traditions; investigating food making and science around fats and frying, with practices of archiving and memory-making. The crisp encapsulation of vegetables or other items in batter after being dropped in hot oil was hoped to tease out spoken and unspoken delicacies about heat, transformation, bodies, artefacts and the act of remembering or forgetting.
This occasion offers the opportunity to engage with ‘the making of’, listen to pre-recorded spoken word samples amplified in Alt Lab reflecting the research process, while also potentially assembling a deep fried meme that can be crisped in hot oil and eaten.
Black Fanfare is an electronic and electroacoustic music project started by Demetrio Castellucci in 2007.
For this selection, he will generate a magma of sounds taken from the oil frying process, recordings of bubbles and low abstract fluctuating drones that will all drift towards an imaginary clash between broken beats and furious climaxes, in order to move and dance.
Demetrio is active as a DJ (drone/IDM/acid) and as a composer for theatre, dance and cinema.
He is part of the Unarcheology collective, which has a space called Sound Gym at SODAS 2123 in Vilnius.
Andrew Gryf Paterson – artist-organiser, cultural producer, educator & independent researcher. Specialises in developing, leading inter & trans- disciplinary projects exploring connections between art, digital culture & science, cultural activism, ecological and sustainability movements, cultural heritage and collaborative networks.
Originally from Scotland, active in the past 18 years in Helsinki, Finland, aswell as the Baltic Sea region, in particular, across the fields of media/ network/ environmental arts and activism, pursuing a participatory practice through workshops, performative events, & storytelling.