Tate Modern Performance

Othon featuring Wolfgang Tillmans

 

Wolfgang Tillmans, South Tank Light Test 2017. Courtesy Wolfgang Tillmans Studio

Experience the unique musical landscapes of Othon with Wolfgang Tillmans

Othon creates genre-defying compositions that draw upon a range of musical traditions, including classical, world and electronic music. For his contribution to Wolfgang Tillmans: South Tank the musician will perform a continuous set of dream-like semi-improvisations while Tillmans will provide sonic interventions throughout the duration of the piece.

Biography

Othon. Photo by Guido Mencari

Othon. Photo by Guido Mencari

Othon (b.1979, Athens) is a composer, pianist, DJ and producer who works with deep classical sound, shamanic electronica and techno. He has released 3 solo albums and a collaborative soundtrack to Huysmans book Against Nature with Marc Almond and Jeremy Reed.  He has worked with influential artists such as David Tibet (Current 93), Peter Christopherson (Throbbing Gristle, Coil, Psychic TV), Ernesto Tomasini as well as shamans from Peru like Don Javier Shahuano. He has collaborated extensively with artists from different fields, including performance artists Ron Athey and Franko B, director Bruce LaBruce and fashion designer Nasir Mazhar.

Othon has performed in venues across Europe and in the UK, including The Roundhouse, St. Leonard’s Church and Leicester Square Theatre and clubs such as The Egg and Electrowerkz. He also co-runs his own party night ‘Papa Loko’.

Please note that this display involves flashing images and strobe lighting.

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Date & Time

10 March 2017 at 20.00–22.00