Folded Maps of Time performance backstage
Folded Maps of Time (FoMaTi) is an immersive audio-visual performance that integrates biosensoric electromagnetic systems (MC) and object-oriented electrified percussion (CC).
Chris Cutler (UK) (b. 1947). Member of the British experimental group Henry Cow for 10 years, founder or co-founder of a series of mixed national groups including Art Bears, News from Babel, Cassiber, The (ec) Nudes, p53, and The Science Group, and former permanent member of American bands Pere Ubu, Hail and The Wooden Birds. He has worked with dance, film, hoerspiel, symphony orchestras, theatre and radio, toured the world as a soloist with his extended electrified kit and appeared in countless contexts as a member of the international improvising community. In 2003/4 he ran a daily year-long soundscape project for Resonance FM. He founded and runs the independent label ReR Megacorp and authored the theoretical collection File Under Popular – as well as numerous articles and papers, published in 16 languages. He was on faculty at the Museum School in Boston and lectures irregularly on theoretical and music related topics worldwide. He is currently producing a series of monthly radio lectures for the Museum of Modern Art, Barcelona. Web: www.ccutler.com, http://rwm.macba.cat/en/probes_tag
Marek Chołoniewski (PL) (b. 1953) (born 1953, in Krakow). Composer, sound artist, performer, teacher and manager. Head of Electroacoustic Music Studios at the Academy of Music in Krakow and Audiosphere Lab at Intermedia Department of Fine Arts Academy in Kraków. Founder and President of Muzyka Centrum Art Society and Polish Society for Electroacoustic Music PSeME. Since 2011, President of International Confederation of Electroacoustic Music CIME/ICEM. Director of Audio Art Festival in Krakow. Founder of many groups and ensembles, among others: Freight Train, ch&k&k, dizzy kinetics, GrupLab. Author of many projects, instrumental and electroacoustic music, sound and video installations, interactive, space/environment, audiovisual and net-art projects. He received Honorable Award of the Polish Composers Union, Award of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, as well as the Independent Project grant of the CEC ArtsLink in New York.
Piotr Michał Madej (PL) – Intermedia artist, composer and sound engineer, member of Polish Society of Electroacoustic Music, member of artistic and scientific research collective group GrupLab, double scholar of The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland in years of 2017 and 2019, since 2017 associated with Audio Art Fesival, i! Gallery, ATA Scene and APTEKA Janicki Gallery, graduate of the Intermedia on Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow.
Artur Lis (PL) – set designer, VJ, performer, creates animations, interactive installations, mapping, editing, film and television post-production, comprehensive „grandpa“ of visual arts. He started a creative provocation with minimalist art in 2005. Associated with many significant festivals, bands and institutions. Speaker at international conferences on new media in art. Crouching developer of new visual techniques, the premieres of which can often be seen in the urban underground. no art (consciously vanishing) multidisciplinary “non-artist” combines geometric architecture with organic fluid and visual programming. He works on the edge of recognition with a subconscious message. His works have been shown on several continents. PhD student at the Intermedia Department of the Krakow Academy of Fine Arts.