Film Fest Ghent will explore the cross-pollination between film and music at its 47th edition with VIDEODROOM 2020. In collaboration with Kunstencentrum Vooruit, the festival will present film classics such as Solaris, Koyaanisqatsi and The Shining while giving them a VIDEODROOM make-over. Live music concerts and performances will propose experimental perspectives on the film canon while offering unforgetable experiences.
NAH, aka Michul Kuun, is an American percussionist, producer and visual artist who lives and works in Belgium. NAH is known for his intuitive live performances and blistering noise bursts. During VIDEODROOM he will present his new project Mortal Glitch: an album presentation in a virtual world, designed by the Ghent-based virtual reality design agency OISOI. Participants of the album: Max Cavalera (ex-Sepultura), Cities Aviv and Vooruit resident Charlotte Adigéry.
Mortal Glitch is also an interactive virtual playground, customized for NAH. Not only is it a platform for releasing music, live performances and sensory installations will also play a role in it in the near future. Mortal Glitch is a must-do experience that both criticizes and responds to our current limitation to experience live music and visual art.
Due to the imposed corona measures, a maximum of 200 tickets are currently available for this performance. The presale for VIDEODROOM runs through Vooruit. Buy your tickets here!