Monochromatic Transillumination #1 / by Antonio Jose Guzman

 DUSTY & THE ELECTRIC DUB -D.A.T.E.D. - (A.J. GUZMAN AURORA & ADAMS) Paris 2012 Antonio Guzman assembled his live Transillumination # 1 with singing and Voice of Aurora Adams.

DUSTY & THE ELECTRIC DUB -D.A.T.E.D. - (A.J. GUZMAN AURORA & ADAMS) Paris 2012
Antonio Guzman assembled his live Transillumination # 1 with singing and Voice of Aurora Adams.

This coming Saturday 28th of October as part of the elaborate research done for Project Monochromatic, I’ll be performing Transillumination #1, DNA sequences & Repetitive Compositions, developed with North American singer songwriter Aurora Adams. Performance goes from 4 until 8pm. It’s going to be a beautiful day at Nieuw Dakota, Amsterdam, so come over and grab some roti & drinks.

I’ll be also mixing and experimenting with electronic noise, ambient, abstract glitch, minimal, industrial, electro, dubtropica, drone beats and tracks from artists like Ryoji Ikeda and Philip Glass. Léon Perlee will play the barrel organ.

Transillumination #1 Its been composed together with Alejandro Matamala and Leon Perlee, its been played and arranged with Espíritu Tico and Tatiana Koleva in the marimbas, Heriberto Pinzon in the Piano, Leon Perlee and Organo la Tradición del Milenio in the barrel organs.

This massive transcultural production was part of the 12 Bienal de La Habana Biennial and the Bienal Centroamericana.

This project would not have been possible with out the support from The Mondriaan Fonds and Fundación Alemán Healy.

Programme:

12:00-22:00 Exhibition & Live Set

16:00, 18:00 and 20:00 – Performance by the artist (approx. 15 minutes)

Concert Series & Music for Barrel organ

Duration: continuous exhibition; artist’s performances approx. 15 minutes

24H Amsterdam: This event is part of the 24H Noord programme. 24H Amsterdam offers a chance to discover all that Amsterdam’s neighbourhoods have to offer in a 24-hour period, as theatres, museums, shops, hotels and clubs open their doors and throw up some special surprises. Each edition of 24H is dedicated to a different part of town.