Lithuanian composer and sound artist Arturas Bumšteinas started working with noise machines in 2012, creating a radiophonic composition for the centenary of Futurism. Now he is joined by eight other artists to present his new piece Bad Weather, based on the interpretations of various meteorological maps and schemes as a musical notation. It focuses on noise in the context of Baroque theatre, utilising wind, rain, and thunder machines and features a performance by conceptual artist Ivan Cheng. Please note this show is not included in the festival pass and requires an additional ticket.
Arturas Bumšteinas (concept and composition), Ivan Cheng (libretto and performance), Greta Grinevičiūtė, Gailė Griciūtė, Aaron Kahn (noise machinery ensemble), Antanas Dombrovskij (live sound processing), Julius Kuršys (light design), Ignas Juzokas (sound design), Ernestas Volodzka (carpenter), Rūta Junevičiūtė (outside eye), Operomanija (producer)