Analema Group Team: who is who?


Following last year successful development for the performance of KIMA at Union Chapel, Analema Group is joined by two new members – Katerina Loschinina and Sean Soraghan.

Below is an intro about each member of Analema Group:

Evgenia Emets, MA Fine Arts Central Saint Martins, founder and Artistic Director of Analema Group has exhibited nationally and internationally.

Oliver Gingrich, EngD Candidate, MA Fine Arts Central Saint Martins. Oliver is Art Director with 10-year-long professional experience. Oliver joined Analema Group in 2011 as Producer.

Alain Renaud, PHD, is a Sound Designer and telepresence expert with extensive experience in networked performances (IRCAM Paris, Siggraph, CCRMA Stanford).

Marcel Schwittlick, a creative coder, visual developer and artist, with a key interest in generative, real-time software development. Following the Union Chapel performance, Marcel continues as Visual Developer as part of Analema Group.

Sean Soraghan, a research-focussed programmer specialising in audio and graphics-based development. Currently completing an EngD involving the research and development of 3D graphics-based interfaces for musical timbre manipulation.

Katerina Loschinina has a background in mathematics and investment banking as well as in organising art performances and art festivals. Katerina contributes with project management and mathematical know-how.

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Analema Group Team: who is who?

KIMA presenting at INCLOODU Deaf Arts Festival

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Analema Group will present new KIMA experience on the intersection of sound and vision, immersive installation and participatory performance. Incloodu Deaf Arts Festival provides its audiences with an alternative reading of music and art experiences for and by the deaf community. In conjunction with Subpac technology KIMA will allow audiences to feel sound as waves running through their body, and see the sound in visual form as field of changing fluid flows.

KIMA will feature a series of performances by Evgenia Emets and Nao Masuda and a workshop for the audience. You will have a chance to wear a Subpac jacket  to feel the sound within your body, play Tibetan Singing Bowls handpicked by Evgenia in her travels across Nepal and Tibet and experience Nao’s resonant taiko drums. This event brings together traditional ancient music instruments, cutting edge technology and immersive interactive art.

27 February 2016, 12.00-17.00

Venue 1, 35-47 BETHNAL GREEN ROAD, LONDON E1 6LA

KIMA presenting at INCLOODU Deaf Arts Festival