August 1 - September 24, 2017 | MACRO via Nizza Rome
August 1 - September 24, 2017 | MACRO via Nizza Rome
August, 1st 2017, 7:00 pm | September, 24th 2017, 11:30 pm
August 1 - September 24, 2017
MACRO via Nizza, Rome Italy, Rome, Italy


Artists | DoN'T Eat Group

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DoN’T Eat Group

Hungary, Budapest

The Independent Laboratory of the DoN’T Eat Group was formed in 2006 under the guidance of András Juhász, the video, film and multimedia artist.

Direct coordination is based on the idea of creating a conceptual bricolage in their projects
(referring to the construction or creation of a multimedia job from a wide range of objects that may be available and a job created by such a process).

Their visual, musical and instrumental improvisations in real time consist of musical accompaniment to audio devices (from bent circuits, daily electronics and homemade objects, to the "classic sense" of musical instruments), digital cameras and Imaging, as well as live-action or performance of objects. Their various artistic process performances – by immaterial technology – come from the fragments of time that deplete the existence of the series of interruptions and our spatial experience.

The DoN’T Eat Group is a contemporary collective of audiovisual artists who pay particular attention to generative or cinematic performances as well as performances that involve live-camera feedback and using real-time artifacts of contemporary culture. They explore the aesthetic principles of new technology frontiers, interactive history, and audio and video
interaction.

The DoN’T Eat Group has performed in recent years at important festivals, including clubs, including the Temps d’Image Festival 2007 and the 3rd Relay (Cross) Hearings International Contemporary Music Meeting 2010 in Budapest, Screenplay Festival 2011 in Berlin, Parkinprogress At the Arcus Temporum Festival 2012 in Pannonhalma, OpenDays Festival 2013 in Aalborg and Aarhus, Theatrical Festival 2013, 2014 at Zsámbék and he collaborated with Hungarian actors and contemporary dancers and contemporary experimental and improvised musicians such as Franz Hautzinger (Vienna, A) And Christian Skjødt.

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