Minority Report comes closer… Three huge screens at Birmingham New Street railway station are scanning passers-by and play advertisements accordingly. http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/new-street-station-advertising-screens-9920400
CD” – Interval
The dreamily ambient sequences of “+1″, a project by Laura and Mark Cetilia, constitute a fruitful and challenging colloborative work. The precision with which the duo compose has never been greater. Laptops and cello combine to produce a painstakingly thorough acoustic and digital confluence of emotions. Each of the nine songs – in fact – is the result of a collaboration with a different composer, among whom are various celebrities of the experimental audio art scene, such as : Jan Jelinek, Frank Bretschneid, Jen Boyd and Steve Roden, to name a few. Even given the exclusivity of each contribution there still remains a certain homogeniety of inspiration, a seemingly deliberate contiuum of ethereal atmospheres, space-like and imaginitive – never redundant. Among liquid digressions, seething frequencies, drones and machinic reverbs, the contribution of Ido Govrin, Aera C, Kadet Kuhne and Jeremy Drake stand out, as well as RS-232, a Californian artist who delivers a very meaningful interpretation.