N O Ö S P H E R I C S // k l u b b n a t t

n o ö s p h e r i c s // k l u b b n a t t

Deejaye Tornado dè Åsane (Club NO-NO) 
extended DJ set + live electronics

Masahiro Kahata (NYC/Berlin/Tokyo)
live brainwave visuals + psychotronic laser installation

Erin Sexton (Bergen/Canada/Hyperspace)
book launch with Topos Bokforlag + ambiance

Dance party upstairs, art exhibition / chill out zone downstairs.

ØSTRE / Lydgalleriet
Lørdag 21. april kl. 22.00-03.00

cc: 100 / 60

Deejaye Tornado dè Åsane aka SNORRE MAGNAR SOLBERG is an artist & technopunk from Bergen who runs Club No-No (e.2013), a record label, event series and production project. As a no-compromise DJ & selector his style ranges from tribal, techno, acid, jungle & hardcore to Ambient & true transcendental trance, a brew of mind bending rhythms & textures, or to quote Resident advisor “vivid, hypnotic and impressively banging, if in their own dark and woozy way.” In addition to releasing his own music & collaborations on Club No-No 12”s, he has also released on Berlin labels SUED records, Grafiti Tapes & Norwegian imprint Sex Tags Amfibia.

MASAHIRO KAHATA is a Japanese artist and pioneer in the field of interactive brainwave technology. His sculptures and multi-media installations are informed by his life-long experience with UFOs and psychotronics (the interdisciplinary study of the interaction of matter, energy, and consciousness). He began constructing brainwave interfaces in the 1970s, linking them to computers in the 1980s. In 1991 he brought the world's first portable brainwave device to the market, the IBVA, which he continues to develop with open source technology today. After many years in NYC, he currently lives and works in Berlin, presenting his work at club events and collaborating internationally.

ERIN SEXTON is a Canadian artist whose works could be described as ritualistic science fiction experiments. They accelerate toward speculative futures where alternate modes of perception might somehow liberate us. In her sculptures and installations she tries to blur the boundaries between abstract models and everyday objects, searching for playful potential within paradox. Global warming and existential threat are undercurrents in her work, explored through expanded notions of time and materiality. As a licensed amateur radio operator (LB9OH/VE2SXN), transmission and collaboration are central to her practice. She is currently based in Bergen.

Søndag 22. april 
n o ö s p h e r i c s // c o n f e r e n c e 


By: Lydgalleriet