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Klara Lewis (SE) + Hyperaktivist (VE) + NEORU (CZ)

Ke Sklárně 3213/15, Praha MeetFactory

8. 9. 22:00

This evening is part of Public Houseevent. 


Klara Lewis (SE, live)

Klara Lewis is a Swedish composer born in 1993. Her critically acclaimed debut album Ett was released by Viennese record label Edition Mego in 2014 and was followed shortly thereafter by the Msuic EP, released on fellow SHAPE-supported artist Peder Mannerfelt´s eponymous label. Lewis is studying her second year of a bachelor degree in Audio-visual Production. She is currently collaborating with English composer Simon Fischer Turner and French multimedia artist Rainier Lericolais on a series of live performances of new soundtrack to Walter Ruttmans classic 1924 silent film Berlin: Die Sinfonie de Grossstadt. 

Hyperaktivist (VE, dj-set)
It was in 2009 when Hyperaktivist started to work on setting the groundwork for her DJ career. Ana Laura Rincón blended hyperactivity with activism, developing electronic music culture in her native Venezuela. Upon discovering the small underground electronic music scene in her hometown of Maracaibo, Rincón began organizing events, DJing along with friends and invited musicians. Later, she co-founded the SOLO club, which became a prominent and central space for electronic musicians and DJs from throughout country. She also formed the Next Phaze collective, comprising DJs, street artists, VJs, visual artists and graphic designers. Following completion of a degree in Mass Media, Rincón relocated to Berlin in early 2012, where she is currently producing her own music and just finished a degree in sound engineering. Her sets are powerful, deep, and stylistically fluid, without subscribing to just one particular sound or genre.  

NEORU (CZ, dj-set)

The local scene will be represented by NEORU. DJ and radio host Veronika Ruppert (Radio Wave).  

The Klara Lewis and Hyperaktivist shows are supported by the 2016 SHAPE platform, co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.