Flat-e are at Cutty Cargo London in September, a global campaign showcasing some of the best creative culture across major cities of the world. To find out who will be performing and how to get tickets go to: www.facebook.com/CuttySarkWhisky
Flat-e are looking for a real-time content and gaming programmer to join our team immediately to work on an exciting new project launching in 2014. The suitable candidate will have expertise in some or all of the following;
Open Frameworks, Cinder, Processing., vvvv, MAX and Jitter, VDMX, Quartz Composer, Houdini, Unity, C4D, Infrared Tracking, Kinnect & iOS Development
Please send showreels, website links and CVs ASAP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Matt teamed up with filmmaker Iain Finlay to launch their homage to film music, Original Score, at Festival No6 last weekend. Thanks to all those who turned up and basked in some cinematic audio goodness.
Don’t fancy staying at the Stink hotel.
Spent the day trawling charity shops for a black trim 4×3 TV for a project. No luck so went for a beer. Stumbled out of the pub to discover this bad boy in a skip. Hell yeah!
Could this mean we are all going to live longer?
Our collaboration with Warp artist Mira Calix which was commissioned by Streetwise Opera is visiting Japan as part of the 150 Year Festival of Yokohama City. The installation will be in place for a week.
Photo credit: utis emanon
We’ll be at the Big Chill festival this weekend premiering ‘Falling Out Of Cars’, a looping film based on the book of the same name by Jeff Noon.
Flat-e will be at the Glade Festival providing visuals on the Boom Town stage. The festival has a great lineup and if it’s anything like previous years it’ll be a blast.
Photo credit: ali wade
Custom made visuals set for Warp artist Clark whose new album Totem Flare is out on WARP on 13th June.
My Secret Heart has just picked up a Royal Philharmonic Society Award which are the most prestigious awards in the classical music sector.
Sheffield has served us well over the last few years but it’s time for a change. Flat-e is moving back to London this week to a studio in Dalston. Our new address is 10-16 Ashwin Street, London, E8 3DL. Feel free to drop in and say hello if you’re in the area.
The British Council commissioned Flat-e for a new production called ‘Destination Tbilisi’ in 2006. This was the first time it had been performed outside Georgia. We performed the show live in Istanbul with the Georgian Artist Nikakoi.
Ourselves and Ultre showcased a new live audio visual project for onedotzero @ Nuit Blanche. The 3 screen set takes inspiration from the 19th century adventurer Charles Waterton, exploring a delusional fantasy world of tropical illness, taxidermy and exotic moss.
Other UK acts performing were d-fuse and UVA.
Flat-e have just returned from doing the main stage visuals for the Afisha open air picnic festival in Moscow. Apart from the lightening bolts, torrential rain and thunder it was ace. This is a huge festival with all that’s great about Moscow (50,000 ravers, old cars and vodka) and all that’s worst (bribes and bare chested secret police). We provided custom visuals for artists such as Múm, Clinic, Junior Boys and others.
Photo credit: realsyt
Flat-e provided a live audio visual set for the official Birthday celebration of HRH Queen Elizabeth II in Macedonia. The venue was the Museum of Modern Art which was full of all kinds of great installations including Hockneys, Bridget Rileys and other 60’s artists work donated after the devastating earthquake in 1963.