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The Music@TCDC

  • (Audio-Visual Project)
  • When: 1 - 31 March 2012 | 10:30-21:00
  • Where: Kiosk (Creative space) and Living Wallpaper area, TCDC

Bringing to the stage a new generation of musicians and artists, The Music@TCDC showcases exciting new talents in a vibrant and cozy atmosphere. Enjoy an interesting line up of live music at weekend and film screening Tuesday through Sunday at Kiosk and Living Wallpaper (in front of TCDC Resource Center). Be inspired by informative talks that encourage speakers and attendees to exchange musical knowledge and opinions free of charge.

Free Admission

Bringing to the stage a new generation of musicians and artists, The Music@TCDC showcases exciting new talents in a vibrant and cozy atmosphere. Enjoy an interesting line up of live music at weekend and film screening Tuesday through Sunday at Kiosk and Living Wallpaper (in front of TCDC Resource Center). Be inspired by informative talks that encourage speakers and attendees to exchange musical knowledge and opinions free of charge.


Visual Project
When: 1 – 31 March 2012 (Closed Mondays)
Living Wallpaper area: 10.30 – 21.00
Creative Space: 14.00 – 20.00
Where: Living Wallpaper and Kiosk (Creative Space)

Free admission
Environmental issues have an affect on all of us and become major source of concern in the world today. People from different parts of the globe have their own ways to protect the environment, which reflect their ideas, lifestyles and consuming habit.

Enjoy our selection of eco-themed movies in March. Learn how to save the environment from producing and consuming through fantasy, animation and documentary films. Each story is from different directors and countries, and each will give you a different watching experience. All of them convey the same core message—that you, too, can take a part in saving this beautiful world.

This activity is part of the exhibition “Everything Forever Now: Designs for A Sustainable Future”, on view from 9 February – 18 March 2012 at Gallery 2, TCDC.

*All DVD movies are available at TCDC Resource Center. To use the Multimedia room, please contact Mini Info Guru counter (for TCDC members only).

Name:Intelligent Finland : laboratory of the future
Country:Finnish
Release year: 2003
TCDC movie code: I 611 2003 MOVIE

Intelligent Finland presents a cross section of today’s leading Finnish technology. Finns have lived through a fast-paced technological revolution and are accustomed to boldly using and adopting new things, everyday. Today’s hot name from digital or wireless technology to biotechnology may sound like platitudes as new revolutionary inventions come to light. What can we expect to see in the future?

Name:Objectified
Release year:2009
DirectorGary Hustwit
TCDC movie code : O 128 2009 MOVIE

This documentary film by Gary Hustwit presents the world of product design by the top shelf designers. Let’s see how they get ideas, create work, and develop brilliant techniques of turning material into a worthy product of better utility, improving the old manufacturing style that used excessive natural resource. There, these designers will show the audience that design is another way of saving the world.

Name:Princess Mononoke
Country:Japan
Release year:1997
Director:Hayao Miyazaki
TCDC movie code: P 9571 1997 d.1 MOVIE

A fantasy animation film based on historical facts, the story takes place back in Japan Muromaji period, narrated in style of Japanese ancient legend, about human invasion to the forest and excessive usage of natural resource. The film guarantees quality and lots of fun from never ending imaginative vision by Hayao Miyazaki of Studio Ghibli.

Name:Avatar
Country:USA
Release year:2009
Director:James Cameron
TCDC movie code: A 946 2009 MOVIE

Another masterpiece by James Cameron, using the most advance filming technology, the movie presents a new ideal world plentiful with natural resource and the habitants who are ready to fight with any invaders to protect their beloved earth.

Living Wallpaper screening schedule: 10.30 – 21.00


Day 1 – 11 Mar 12 13 – 18 Mar 12 20 – 25 Mar 12 27 – 31 Mar 12
Tuesday Intelligent Finland Objectified Princess Mononoke Avatar
Wednesday Objectified Princess Mononoke Avatar Intelligent Finland
Thursday Princess Mononoke Avatar Intelligent Finland Objectified
Friday Avatar Intelligent Finland Objectified Intelligent Finland
Saturday Intelligent Finland Objectified Intelligent Finland Objectified
Sunday Objectified Intelligent Finland Objectified Princess Mononoke

Living Wallpaper screening schedule: 14.00 – 20.00


Day 1 – 11 Mar 12 13 – 18 Mar 12 20 – 25 Mar 12 27 – 31 Mar 12
Tuesday Avatar Princess Mononoke Objectified Intelligent Finland
Wednesday Intelligent Finland Avatar Princess Mononoke Objectified
Thursday Objectified Intelligent Finland Avatar Princess Mononoke
Friday Intelligent Finland Objectified Intelligent Finland Avatar
Saturday Objectified Intelligent Finland Objectified Intelligent Finland
Sunday Princess Mononoke Objectified Intelligent Finland Objectified

Audio Project (The Music@TCDC by Kiosk)
When:
4 March 2012 | 19.00 – 20.00
Where:
Kiosk (Creative Space) and Living Wallpaper area, TCDC

The Music@TCDC by Kiosk offers a chance for both new and professional musicians who are looking for a free space to liberate their musical spirits. Their vibrant live performances will bring TCDC members and visitors entertaining moments and inspiring melodies on weekend.

Free Admisssion

Baroque Me Baby (Barock Me Baby) Featuring Live Painting

A modern-day baroque musical performance presented with live painting will offer both music and art lovers an evening of delightful entertainment.

Most of the popular music from the 20th Century and this beginning of the 21st Century, is built on loops or repeated sequence of chords. Most of these sequences have their origin in the medieval times, and later in the renaissance and baroque period: it was called “basso continuo” or ground bass; Basso Continuo is a bass line on which musicians used to improvise with their instruments, and later write down their own compositions. Some very popular examples are the “Follia” the “Ciaccona” and the “Passacaglia”.

Founded by Lute and Baroque Guitar performer Jacopo Gianninoto, “Baroque Me Baby” is totally improvised in a flexible ensemble of original historical instruments such as Lute, Spinetta, Harpsichord, Viola da Gamba, Recorder and so on, the very same way musicians used to do many centuries ago, and adapted to an environment that is different from the typical auditorium, such as modern art museums and fancy cafes in a sort of “If the mountain won’t come to Muhammad, Muhammad will have to go to the mountain”; and despite some of the pieces and the playing style might have a sort of “rock” or “jazz” feel, all the music is played strictly in the original early music style, with the so called “Historical Performance Practice”.

Learn more about Baroque Me Baby
http://jacopo.gianninoto.it
http://www.retrogarde.net/post/17482017054/baroque-me-baby-5

Members:
Jacopo Gianninoto (Italy) – Baroque Guitar
Alberto Firrincieli (Italy) – Spinetta
David Wilson (England) – Viola da Gamba
Li Chou Chen (Taiwan) – Viola da Gamba
Komtham Domrongchareon (Thailand) – Viola da Gamba

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