All Aspects of Destroyed Music
This event was based on the work of conceptual artist G.X. Jupitter-Larsen (The Haters).
Based on the work of conceptual and performance artist G.X. Jupitter-Larsen (aka The Haters), this evening hosted four acts or performances.
Jupitter-Larsen, an interdisciplinary artist, who expressed himself conceptually and through different media forms, coined the term All Aspects of Destroyed Music.
"Destroyed music" is the sound of anything literally or conceptually destroyed.
His performances are minimal, and can mean starring at white noise on a TV screen, or tearing sheets of paper into strips.
For this evening (V2_ organized three others in the Netherlands and Germany), four performances took place, by Jupitter-Larsen (as The Haters), Death Pact, Club Moral and Gore.
Death Pact (Frans de Waard with S de Box), from the label Kapotte Muziek and influenced by Jupitter-Larsen) played distorted sounds originating from the destruction of glas or wood, or the ripping of paper.
The performance Trigonometry (also Ishittal) by The Haters asks thé participation of four audience members wearing balaclavas. For a minimum of 15 minutes (it became 25), they were asked to watch the white noise of a TV. In the background, a tape played sounds recorded during riots.
Club Moral performed Here Lives My House (the title could be different), where a body 'hung' in front of ten monitors from a noose, its throat sounds amplified.
Gore finished the evening with a concert of monotone iterations of slow rhythms with a large volume.