Membrane [Push 1 stop & Wiklow]


Algorithmic performance for transparent materials

“Dry ice hisses into the dark room and white shapes strobe through the air, pulsing and oscillating around the crowd. Sharp scribbles synchronise with their minimal dance music, swelling into huge circles of light above our heads, an impressive monochrome take on Robin Fox’s rainbow laser projections that do a good job of placing us inside the invisible sound frequencies, with lines rippling and vibrating, sketching out the music in space.”

– The Quietus

Push 1 stop:

MaterialsLaser projector and reflective transparent screen.
Dimensions2.74m h x 3.66m w
Running Time35 minutes
SetupA laser projector of at least 8000 lumens is installed approximately 3-5m behind the screen.

A smoke machine makes occasional bursts of smoke, filling the area between the screen and the projector.

Each performer is placed on either side of the screen.
CreditsPush 1 stop []

Wiklow []

The creation of Membrane was made possible thanks to the financial support of the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec with additional support from Perte de signal and Holo-Gauze.

Sawers, C. Hallucinogenic Empathetic Entertainment: L.E.V Matadero Reviewed. The Quietus. London, England. 5 Nov 2019. Web.

Şahin, Z. Behind The Scenes: Membrane by Push 1 Stop & Wiklow. Digilogue. Istanbul, Turkey. 31 March 2019. Web.

Briccio, H., E. Pérez Waasdorp. MUTEK X @ Barcelona. DJ Mag España. 31 Mar 2019. Print.

Preyale, L. Membrane au Festival Scopitone. Télénantes, CLC Productions. 30 Mar 2019. Television.

La dixième édition Mutek ES: Arts digitaux et musiques électroniques au sommet. LOFI. 28 Mar 2019. Web

Norris, I. Mesmerizing soundscapes at MUTEK México 2018. Bristolatino. 1 Dec 2018. Web.

A/Visions, las artes audio-visuales de MUTEK 2018. Convoy. 25 Oct 2018. Web.

Dean, Michael and Cadie Desbiens-Desmeules. “Presentation of Programming for MUTEK 2018”. MUTEK 2018. La Société des arts technologiques. Montréal, Canada. 8 August 2018. Presentation.