Not Applicable Films in Beijing

Courtesy of Maurizio Ravalico‘s presence in China for a month, a selection of Not Applicable films are screening in Beijing! The programme showcases the audio visual collaborations between Britt Hatzius, Martin Hampton and musicians from the Not Applicable collective along with work by Joji Koyama, Candas Sisman, Daniel Clift and Alice Britton – a veritable treat if you are in Beijing!

Electric Shadows presents:

Sunday March 18 @ Zajia Lab
Hong En Daoist Temple (beside Bell Tower food market), Jiu Gulou Street, Dofuchi Hutong, Dongcheng district, Beijing, China.

3:30pm – free entry
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Appliances #8

For Appliance #8 on Friday 21st November at Cafe OTO, to celebrate the release of our recent FREE compilation, we will be presenting a programme themed more specifically around our work with film. Britt Hatzius will be presenting new work ‘The Film’ with a live sountrack by Adem Ilhan and there will be screenings of recent work by Martin Hampton and Alice Scott with live soundtracks provided by Isambard Khroustaliov, Maurizio Ravalico and Dominic Lash. The evening will also premiere a new film by Candas Sisman, set to a soundtrack by Isambard Khroustaliov and present Joji Koyamas recent animation ‘First Place’. Finally (as if all this wasn’t enough!) there will also be a chance to see some installation work in the early evening and a banging dancefloor set by Rumpistol to keep you reveling late into the night. If you’re interested in the current shape of experimental film and music, this is an evening not to be missed…

8pm – 9pm

Zittern Installation (Britt Hatzius / Fred Labbe)
‘Air Squint Opera’ Video Installation for 3 projectors (Squint/Opera)


Cat on the Piano (Misha Mengelberg)
First Place (Joji Koyama)
The Audience… (Ant Hampton)
Drift (Martin Hampton)
Edicisum (Candas Sisman) – World Premiere


Pink (Alice Scott) – live soundtrack – (Maurizio Ravalico / Isambard Khroustaliov)
Schneefall (Britt Hatzius) – live soundtrack – (Ollie Bown)


Traum (Martin Hampton) – live soundtrack – (Dominic Lash / Isambard Khroustaliov)
The Film (Britt Hatzius) – live soundtrack – (Adem Ilhan)


Rumpistol (visuals by Brittski / Squint)

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 21ST @ Cafe OTO, 18 – 22 Ashwin street, Dalston, London, E8 3DL.
£5 on the door

(photo by Hiroshi Sugimoto)