Think you can dance? Jlin’s dizzying, experimental electronic music will put your feet to the ultimate test with the Australian debut of her live AV show, an experience that will twist your mind and move your body, with visuals created and performed by MFO and Theresa Baumgartner.
Jerrilynn Patton balances off-beat rhythms built from complex drum patterns and bass you feel rather than hear. Her recent album Black Origami was critically-acclaimed, with Consequence of Sound describing it as on “lock for best albums of 2017,” while Pitchfork said “[Black Origami] denies listeners the question of, ‘What do I do with this music?’ and forces them to react directly to what it does to them.”
Earlier in 2017 Jlin also composed music for choreographer Wayne McGregor’s ballet Autobiography (catch his new work Tree of Codes at Sydney Festival 2018), following in the footsteps of previous musical collaborators including Jamie xx and Radiohead.
Opening for Jlin is Beijing-based producer Howie Lee with Veeeky & Thoiid. Lee brings his intense live AV and music performance to Carriageworks, with wild, abstract visuals and electronic music at the midway point between Vangelis, Aphex Twin, Hudson Mohawke and Fatima Al Qadiri’s Asiatisch.
Make a night of it! Add a Festival Feast at Kindred for just $30 (+bf) to your ticket purchase. See the full menu here.Photo: Mahdumita Nandi
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