Τρί, 14 Ιαν | 8 E 41st St, Apt #1

LAPSE _ Pitching Presentation

LAPSE Pitching Presentation: Tuesday, January 14th 2020 at 5pm; presenters: co-creators Stavros Gasparatos & Lars Jan; organised by Thomas O. Kriegsmann / Arktype, in collaboration with Delta Pi.
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LAPSE _ Pitching Presentation

Time & Location

14 Ιαν 2020, 5:00 μ.μ. – 6:00 μ.μ. GMT-5
8 E 41st St, Apt #1, 8 E 41st St, New York, NY 10017, USA

About The Event

"LAPSE" | an installation, a film and a concert performance.

co-creation, music composition & sound installation design by STAVROS GASPARATOS

co-creation, film direction & visual installation design by LARS JAN  

originated by STAVROS GASPARATOS

commissioned by SUMMER NOSTOS FESTIVAL by STAVROS NIARCHOS FOUNDATION

co-produced by STAVROS NIARCHOS CULTURAL CENTRE

booking & touring management by ARKTYPE 

produced by DELTA PI 

>> World Premiere: June 21-28, 2020, Summer Nostos Festival, Athens Greece 

_For bookings, commissions and touring contact: Thomas O. Kriegsmann / ArKtype, Tel: +1 917 740 3733, E-mail: tommy@arktype.org 

_For bookings in the EU or further information contact: Delta Pi productions & arts management, Tel: (+30)2114035789, E-mail: info@delta-pi.org 

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>>  ABOUT STAVROS GASPARATOS 

Stavros Gasparatos is a Greek composer and sound artist. Apart from his solo projects, he composes music for dance, theatre, and cinema, collaborating with directors and artists in Europe and the US. His music has been performed in all major Greek theaters and concert venues and also in New York, L.A., London, Berlin, Munich, Dusseldorf, Toronto, Kassel, Sofia, Amsterdam, Paris, Napoli, Macao and many other cities. He has composed music for over 100 productions and he is considered as one of the most important and prolific composers of the new Greek generation. Gasparatos composes minimalist, instrumental and experimental music as well as sight specific sound installations. From 2017 he is the artistic coordinator of the Transmedia Lab of the Greek National Opera. His work include: “Entre Deux Actes (Ménage À Quatre)” by Nairy Baghramian and Maria Hassabi (Performance 19 – New York), "Staging" choreographed by M. Hassabi (Sound design - Documenta 14, Kassel), “Recess” choreographed by Jonah Bokaer (BAM – New York), “Expanded Piano” (Solo work at EMPAC Troy N.Y.), Opening ceremony of the New Acropolis Museum in Athens, “Bodies and Structure” choreographed by A. Waierstall (Tanzhaus Dusseldorf), Metamorphoses by Jonah Bokaer (Glass House - New Canaan, NY). His released music includes the following albums: Rage Park (2019), Experimentalism (2018), Expanded Piano (2015), Seven (2013), and Rehearsals (2008). In 2019 he was appointed as a Board Member of the Athens & Epidaurus Festival (Greek Festival S.A).

more info: http://www.stavrosgasparatos.gr/ 

>>  ABOUT LARS JAN

Lars Jan (direction, installation design) — the son of émigrés from Afghanistan and Poland — is a Los Angeles-based director, visual artist, writer, and founder of Early Morning Opera, a genre- bending performance + art lab whose works explore emerging technologies, live audiences, and unclassifiable experience. Jan’s original works — including The White Album, Holoscenes, The Institute of Memory (TIMe), and Abacus — have been presented by the Whitney Museum, Sundance Film Festival, BAM Next Wave Festival, Under the Radar Festival, REDCAT, Hammer Museum, Portland Institute of Contemporary Art TBA Festival, ICA Boston, Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA, EMPAC, Toronto Nuit Blanche Festival, London’s Burning, NYU Abu Dhabi, Istanbul Modern, The Sydney Festival, and Times Square Arts among others. Lars is the winner of the 3rd Audemars Piguet Art Commission and exhibited Slow- Moving Luminaries, an immersive kinetic pavilion on an acre of waterfront during Art Basel Miami Beach in 2017. He is represented by Charlie James Gallery in Los Angeles, on faculty at CalArts, and a TED Senior Fellow.

more info: http://earlymorningopera.com/artists/lars-jan-3/

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