On July 15 DDC presents a matinee performance by Nekroma and Wen Liang titled ‘Visions from the Void’. Following on from the ‘Visions in the Night’ performance Nasty Wizard Recordings put on at Yi Chang Cafe last year, this performance will attempt to explore the concept of art created in a feedback loop with live music, with both the performers and audience taking part in the creative process. While the performers will create ambient soundscapes combined with live digital paintings and shifting found visuals the audience will also be provided with art materials with which to express their interpretations of the creations unfolding before their eyes. Strange and ethereal voices beckon from the void, let’s hear what they have to say.
7.15号DDC将会呈现一个由Nekroma 同 Wen Liang合作的交互现场，名为“VISIONS IN THE VIOD"。继去年在义昌咖啡馆举办的“夜间视觉”表演中的疯狂巫师录音之后，本次演出将试图探索在现场音乐的反馈环节中创作的艺术概念，表演者和观众都参与在创作过程中。届时表演者将创造环境音景与现场数字绘画相结合的情景，并变换观看的视觉，同时也会给观众提供艺术材料，用来表达他们对展现在他们眼前的创作的解读。奇怪而飘渺的声音从虚空中响起，让我们听听他们说什么。
Nekroma Nekroma is an experimental art rock quartet based in Beijing. While the group began as a collaboration between the bands Nakoma and the GUIGUISUISUI, Nekroma has taken on its style and identity distinct from the two bands that forged it. Drawing on a range of influences from all over the globe Nekroma utilizes vocals, skateboard guitar, drums, bass, electronic samples, and synths to create a backdrop for carnival of intriguing characters including King Necro, Pumpkin Queen, Diavolo Rosso, and The Hanged Man. On record they present twisted fairy tales and Lovecraftian fantasies, while live they mix theatricality akin to a silent horror film with digital painting created in real time and projected over the band, creating a feedback loop between sight and sound. Nekroma beckons. In 2018 Nekroma played at Taihu Midi Festival.
Wen Liang 杨文亮 Born in Jilin, North-East of China, he is a young composer, music producer and music editor, engaged in film and television music production and editing. His personal style is built upon the concept of free exploration. His works got approval by Zhang Yadong, Chen Weilun and other well-known music producers. In 2012, he arranged the winning track "Olive Tree" for the winner of Rock The Web, the female singer Xuan Ling Mu. He has long-standing collaborations with the well known S.A.G Sound Art Group, Chen Weilun, Cui Jian and Na Ying.