Tickets: 150/100, Bilettservice
Fredrik’s Wonderful Evening is a club evening emphasizing experimental artists working within a wide range of alternative genres. The series has been programmed in close collaboration with the Norwegian section of the International Society for Contemporary Music (ISCM) and has been supported by both the City Council Of Bergen & the Arts Council of Norway. The club is hosted by Fredrik Saroea (DATAROCK), who is also the DJ tonight
Forsvarets Musikkorps Vestlandet : CD- release and concert
Friedrich Gulda “Cello concerto nr. 1 & 5”.
CD with Ernst Simon Gaser, Peter Szilvay and Forsvarets Musikkorps Vestlandet (FMKV) – “Zvezdochka in Orbit”
Forsvarets Musikkorps Vestlandet
“Der Tribun”, 30’
The Dictator: Lasse Lindtner
23:30 – 24:00
“THIS MACHINE KILLS MARXISTS”,
One Man Show, 45’
Part lecture, part stand-up with a dash of guitar, Morten Traaviks performances are a rare one-man show created especially for Borealis and Fredrik’s Wonderful Evening. Tonight, he mercilessly, and perhaps hopelessly, will be sabotaging the left-wing monopoly on “rebellion”, rounding off with a screening of the new music video “I AM MY OWN ENEMY” from his 2011 art installation “YES / NO”, where two fifty-tonne Centurion tanks were the core elements.
24:00 – 03:00
CX KiDTRONiK featuring
The crazy & complex New Yorker CX KiDTRONiK is signed to legendary LA based hip hop label, Stones Throw Records, and has worked with everyone from Kanye West to Trent Reznor. CX is a full time member of the German band Atari Teenage Riot, and right now CX is touring with the US poet, Saul Williams. CX KiDTRONiK’s upcoming album features guest contributions from artists such as Lady Miss Kier,LadyBug Mecca, K-Solo, Kurious, DOOM & MF GRIMM, and for the show at Landmark CX KiDTRONiK is bringing along the New York MC, Infinit EVOL, known from the Day By Day Entertainment – home of artists such as MF Grimm & MF Doom.
Skrekkøgle is the Oslo based design duo Theo Tveterås & Lars Marcus Vedeler. Their products, interactives, curatorial work & experimental pieces has been featured everywhere from Gizmodo, Kotaku, Geekosystem, Petapixel, PopPhoto, Don’t Panic & Designboom to GrafillEdit. At “Occupy Landmark” they’re doing a custom interactive video project based on the “protest” theme of Borealis 2012.