ANGLE is an audiovisual project that applies videomapping techniques to their live sets. All their songs, synchronised to the video images, are composed and produced by ANGLE in their studio. Their latest productions are a bond between techno and electronic music.
As part of their collaboration with TipTop Audio from California, they have incorporated modular synthesizers in the new Eurorack format that allow them to explore sound synthesis at the root of the creative process.
These grooves’ broken rhythm patterns lend themselves well to visual representation: this juxtaposition of sounds and images all blend to create an original and engrossing experience.
ANGLE’s first step was TETRA 01, with a 3D mapping on a self-supporting, isostatic, modular structure that is made up of triangles with junctions at their vertices.
The latest version of their live set TETRA 02 uses light from RGB led strips to reshape the structure’s frame, animated live through Arduino & Mad Light.
Visual resident at Tenax, in Florence. Teacher of IED and LABA, he was teacher of Computer Graphics at Scuola Nazionale di Cinema – Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome. Previously, he was part of the duo WE LOVE produced by Bpitch Control (Ellen Allien’s label in Berlin).
Thomas Pizzinga graduated at LABA and has already got many experiences as videomaker with international clubs such as and artists such as Sven Vath, Richie Hawtin and Dub Fx. In 2014 he has look after the visual show of the european tour of Dub Fx.