The beauty of Ambient-Tørture lies in its ability to push boundaries and challenge our preconceptions about art and discomfort. As an innovative exploration of the human experience, it encourages viewers to step outside of their comfort zones and engage with the art on a deeply personal level. Ultimately, this project aims to blur the lines between art and discomfort, raising important questions about what we are willing to endure in the pursuit of creative expression.
audio: monitors, stereo input into main mixer.
video: Hdmi input
A space for the equipment:
Audio: ca 1m x 1m table space for the Eurorack and drum machine.
Video: ca 0,5 m x 0,5 table space for the PC and Midi controller
Anja Malec and Ilja Badulin aka Fangarm have teamed up to create a new collaborative project called Ambient-Tørture.
Fangarm (Ilja Badulin) is a Berlin-based modular-techno producer known for his hard-hitting live performances, which often feature intense and heavily-processed sounds coupled with intricate and bold rhythms. His music is characterized by its use of industrial, noise, and techno elements and processed vocals. His style, which often features layers of sound and texture, is known for its emotional power and ability to transport the listener to other worlds.
Anja Malec is new media artist, and her primary focus is on the video medium and the aesthetics of transformative videos. Trough artistic practice she explores digital lifestyle with a close emphasis on questioning the relationship between the phenomenon of poor image and the value of low-quality image in contemporary art. This correspondence Malec view in the realm of found footage that reflects upon the process of repetition, appropriation, cut/edit as a critical potential of an image in the social and cultural field."