Electronic Guy – Benoît Maubrey (Germany)
Saturday 26 October, 2013, 2pm
Deiniol Shopping Centre, Bangor, Wales | Free
Bangor Sound City’s second season continues with Berlin sound artist Benoît Maubrey’s performance Electronic Guy.
Originally built in 1987 for the mayor of Berlin with a pre-recorded cassette of people saying”Berlin tut gut” (Berlin does you good), Maubrey will premiere an all-new Electroacoustic Evening Jacket for Bangor Sound City.
« Imagine a concert that’s not about the music, and a piece of art that’s not about what you’re looking at. With this in mind, you may be ready for Electronic Guy, a performance by international artist Benoit Maubrey. » – Edie Adelstein, Colorado Springs Independent
Benoît Maubrey is the director and founder of DIE AUDIO GRUPPE a Berlin-based art group that build and perform with electronic clothes that make sounds by interacting thematically and acoustically with their environment.
In his non-mobile sculptural work he frequently uses former public (disguarded) monuments and recycles them using modern technology and electronics.
Assemble by Clock Tower / Deiniol Shopping Centre entrance, High Street, Bangor, North Wales.
Presented by Soundlands for Bangor Sound City in partnership with Deniol Centre.
Bangor Sound City is funded by Arts Council of Wales.