Moritz Simon Geist and his robots performed at several venues at this year’s SXSW, including a set at the opening of the festival and a headlining performance entitled “Tripods One” at WUNDERBAR: German Music Night held at the German Haus.
The Hexadome is a massive audio-visual projection and sound-system that provides a mesmerizing blend of projected images and elements, lasers, and atmospheric effects designed to accompany musical selections with the goal of redefining our understanding of music as a strictly auditory medium.
For the members of Flying Steps, touring the birthplace of break dancing has been a lifelong dream. Each of their performances is an opportunity to bring communities together and connect with diverse audiences from across the country.
A new electro-acoustic work, Best Regards Bruno – Letters from Stalingrad. Ralf Gawlick blends recorded and live piano (an instrument Bruno played as a teenager) with spoken text from the last letters and sung text from religious passages and prayers the young soldiers intoned.
This is “Tripods One,” a robotic sound performance that highlights the future of human-machine interaction through robotics and music, created by Moritz Simon Geist.