Saturday, February 17, 2024
7:00 am_11:30 pm
$28.75(taxes and fees included)
The Kohlenstoff collective invites you to an audio and visual evening where musicians and visual artists come together to deliver striking, unique, and adventurous performances using digital technologies.
Exploration and innovation, two fundamental values of the collective, drive artists to remix their approaches in duos for an audiovisual concert featuring four avant-garde live performances.
France Jobin and Line Katcho
Philippe-Aubert Gauthier and Tanya St-Pierre
Samuel Bobony (Black Givre) and Nelly-Ève Rajotte
Joël Lavoie, Philippe Vandal, and Emma Forgues
Learn more about the Kohlenstoff collective
The creation of Kohlenstoff stems from a necessity: to give structure and a name to a scene developed by a new generation of composers in contemporary and electroacoustic music. Serving as a platform to promote and disseminate the work of its artists, it also encourages the emergence of a dynamic scene that reflects the uniqueness of their approaches.
Kohlenstoff operates in two aspects: the collective and the record label.
Established in 2013, the collective provides a platform where its members engage in a privileged dialogue through concerts, events, and collective creations. Like its founding members from diverse backgrounds, the collective explores various musical currents – acousmatic, experimental, mixed, ambient, minimal – and welcomes other practices such as video, performance, installation, and audio art. Kohlenstoff is constantly searching for new talents and aims to give a voice to artists with unique approaches, outside mainstream trends.
In September 2013, the Kohlenstoff Records label officially came into being during an event at the SKOL Center for Contemporary Arts in Montreal. This event, through its aesthetic eclecticism, embodies the mission and values driving the efforts of the label and the collective: establishing a dialogue and meeting point between artists from different creative backgrounds in new music.