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Kinetica on board the MS Stubnitz
Saturday 4th May
2pm - 11pm
Wood Wharf, E14 9SB
Canary Wharf tube station, Montgomery St exit
Kinetica Museum climbs aboard the MS Stubnitz for a captivating day / night of artist performances, film screenings, sound art and music, featuring an exhibition of innovative artworks by Kinetica artists, and a series of ground-breaking audiovisual performances using the latest interactive technologies.
This will be a unique event aboard an 80 metre long former East German fishing vessel transformed in 1992 into a moving platform for cultural exchange. Originally built in 1964 the ship travels from its homeport Rostock around the Baltic and North Sea, physically networking with cities such as Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Newcastle, Hamburg, St. Petersburg and now, since July 2012, in London. This will be one of the last chances to see the Stubnitz before it sets sail again in mid-May.
Kinetica will present two ground-breaking performances by Kimatica, (http://kimatica.net)a London-based multidisciplinary artistic duo whose work explores the intersection between the human body, outer dimensions and technology
Joseph Young (http://artofnoises.com), is an artist working in sound, performance and installation. His work has been performed at Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Whitechapel Gallery and internationally.
Sound and performance artist Sometimes Jasmine (http://rottenbliss.com) chops and twists layers of electric cello and live vocals over a mutated soundscape of cultural transmissions, combining the harmonious with the discordant.
In the bow of the ship, a site-specific laser projection piece byBalint Bolygo will play out a sequence that alludes to natural phenomena such as the aurora borealis where the viewer is kept in suspense not knowing where, when and what is about to happen.
Further artists include Tom Wilkinson, Ivan Black, Chris Levine, plus many more to be announced soon.
Deep and cosmic sounds and visuals will be provided by Ben Osborne from Noise of Art and Kinetica's Tony Langford. 
A special subterranean session of short films and screenings will be introduced and presented by the East End Film Festival who have just launched Emerge (http://www.eastendfilmfestival.com/emerge) a new strand exploring the creative potential of new technology and future of filmmaking, including 3D, 4K, 48FPS and beyond.
Further performances and programming to be announced soon.
Ticket prices:
£10 / £8 concessions / £6 children (ages 6-16)  - In Advance
£12 / £10 Concessions / £7 children -  On the Door
The ship has two outside decks with a bar serving a full selection of drinks and delicious food.
Online ticket booking: www.kinetica-museum.org/tickets
Kinetica Museum. Tel: 0207 392 9674


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