Erik Alalooga’s experimental music installation Random Light Orchestra creates a sound performance with self-made mechanical machines, moved by slow motors run by alternating current. The performance is composed as a synthesis of the analog random-generator and the improvisation of the author.
Erik Alalooga (b 1974) is an Estonian performance and installation artist. He has a bachelor’s degree in sculpting and a master’s degree in interdisciplinary arts from the Estonian Academy of Arts. Throughout the years, Alalooga’s oeuvre has focused on analogue machines that the audience must establish contact with in one way or another in order to “pass through” the exhibition or the performance.
- CPPM / Gecko Theatre: Open Class Take a look at the otherwise hidden rehearsal and creative processes. For youth (16+) and adults.
- Séance Jan Jedenak, GERMANY. For youth (16+) and adults 20 min | Kanuti Gild's Small hall
- Babel LOD muziektheater, BELGIUM. For youth (16+) and adults 40 min | Estonian Art Museum KUMU Auditorium
- Piano Piece Felix M Ott, GERMANY. For youth (16+) and adults 45–55 min | Kanuti Gild's Big Hall