Electronic Crossovers
Utkanj

Online Performance

January 14, 2021 / 19:30

Pera Museum’s talk and performance series Electronic Crossovers invites you to explore the fields that interact with electronic music!

A fruit of collaboration with Istanbul-based musical collective ÆVOM, “Electronic Crossovers” looks at a range of fields and disciplines that feed on and interact with electronic music, technology, literature, cinema, environment, psychology, sociology, computer games, politics, urban transformation, nature and philosophy to name a few.

The very first online event of the series will host Emre Karacaoğlu with a talk on ambient music followed by a performance by Utkanj.

19:00     Online Talk
19:30     Online Performance

The event will be streamed on YouTube.

Utkanj has been performing a variety of musical styles since 2014 at a number of venues in Istanbul, and continues at Radyo Modyan with a show titled Aporia. Based on the relation between the place and the sound, his set is mainly a mix of electro acoustics, ambient, drone and noise.

What is ÆVOM?
ÆVOM is an İstanbul based, borderless and independent collective organizing arts, culture and music events in different venues.

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