Posts Tagged: Javier Bejarano

Música abierta. MONOCHROME AV at Botin Center, Santander 18th December 2018

Documentation from Monochrome AV For Oscar Muelero at Botin Center on 18th of December at 20:00 h .

Monochrome AV at ADE Festival Amsterdam 17th October 2018

Monochrome AV for Oscar Mulero will be presented at ADE Festival Amsterdam on 17th of October.

Mañana miércoles 17 de octubre, estaremos presentando MONOCRHOME AV en el maravilloso teatro De Brakke Grond, dentro de la programación del festival ADE Festival – Amsterdam.Qué ganas!!!!

MONOCRHOME AV at Volumens Festival of Valencia. 29th September 2018

Monochrome AV for Oscar Mulero is part of Volumes Festival in Valencia Spain

Mañana sábado 29 septiembre, estaremos presentando MONOCRHOME AV en el festival Volumens de Valencia.
La entrada es gratuita y el cartel excelente…

Uno de los grandes adalides europeos del sonido techno, Oscar Mulero (oficial) recala en #VOlumens2 con un nuevo directo repleto de ritmos palpitantes y atmósferas densas.

‘Monochrome’ es el nombre de esta nueva experiencia audiovisual (en colaboración con los artistas visuales Nazare Soares y Javier Bejarano, una combinación de entornos hardware y software que incluye imágenes, sintetizadores, cajas de ritmos y múltiples efectos, con el que nos abrirá una ventana con vistas al lado más cavernoso de la IDM.

Javier Bejarano presents Monochrome AV at TV Programe Pieces TPA, Radio Televisión del Principado de Asturias

Javier Bejarano presents our collaboration Monochrome AV for Oscar Mulero  at TV Program Pieces TPA, project in which I was involved from the origins to bring the conceptual cinematic experience approach as we create the moving images, aesthetics and rhythms.



Posted by PROGRAMA PIECES TPA on Monday, 24 September 2018




Monochrome AV at Sonar Festival , 14 of June 2018. Barcelona

Thursday 14th of June will be the released of para Oscar Mulero (oficial) at Sónar Festival, Barcelona. A collaboration between artist Javier Bejarano and myself for recent Mulero’s Album “Perfect Peace”. Also, I’ll be given an informal talk presenting this project among more recent ones on the 15th of June at Sónar+D.


#oscarmulero #javierbejarano #nazaresoares #monochrome #sonarfestival #sonarplusd #barcelona

Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival in Hawick, Scotland. 2nd – 6th March 2017

I am happy to announce the premiere of my recent film installation OMEN will be hosted by Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival in Hawick, Scotland. The event will take place from 2nd till 6th of March 2017. Full Programme here:

Over 60 filmmakers and artists from around the world will be landing in Hawick on March 2nd for the seventh edition of Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival. Screening over 120 films at Hawick’s Tower Mill, with 23 world premieres, 12 moving image installations around the town, expanded cinema performances and a filmmaker symposium, Alchemy promises to transform Hawick into a melting pot of creativity for some of the world’s most imaginative moving image artists.

Highlights include the Scottish premiere of Rachel Maclean’s It’s What’s Inside That Counts. Maclean has been chosen to represent Scotland at the Venice Biennale in 2017, in a major new exhibition curated by Alchemy Film & Arts. Her work powerfully satirises the fears and desires of our contemporary zeitgeist, cloaked in a super-saturated aesthetic of fairy-tale consumer culture. Maclean will be present for a Q&A, discussing the evolution of her work and the themes of her new Venice commission.

Another sprinkling of Venetian magic comes from Alchemy’s tribute to the late John Berger, the Booker-prize-winning author of Ways of Seeing. In a special screening of his 1989 film Play Me Something, also featuring Tilda Swinton and Margaret Bennett, Berger narrates a politicised Venetian romance between a farm worker and a young bohemian woman, to a bemused waiting room of misfits in a desolate aiport lounge on the Scottish island of Barra. Directed by Tim Neat, present for a Q&A.

In perhaps the World’s first ever surrealist experimental opera-musical, the UK premiere of Warsaw-based Karolina Bregula’s The Tower, follows the fate of a group of well-meaning community activists who decide that the solution to their social problems lies in building an enormous tower of sugar. With music by Glasgow based Ela Orleans, their utopian dreams inevitably lead toward more dystopian realities.

Expanding the festival’s ethos of conversational encounter into a fifth day, British artist Andrew Kötting will lead a raggle-taggle eight mile procession of artists and miscreants towards the Hermitage Castle and the spectral vision that is Mary Queen of Scots. Reuniting the ghosts of King Harold and his hand fast wife Edith Swan Neck, Kötting’s film-walk culminates in a screening of Edith Walks at Hermitage Hall.

For the closing film, Alchemy hosts the European premiere of Incident Reports by Canadian auteur Mike Hoolboom. An episodic love letter to an unseen therapist, Hoolboom’s film is a luminous celebration of humanity, traversing memory, forgetting, image making and gender identity, while touching the heart of what it is to be in the world. It is an essay film that leads us joyfully to an ultimately life affirming conclusion: “Loving would be easy if your colours were like my dreams: Red, gold, and green.”


As part of Open Art Academy I am showing a film installation , OMEN is shown in the Black Box at Gallery Kit, Opening today Friday 11 November at 6pm .


Trax Magazine . Oscar Mulero, 201 Element music video released

Trax Magazine has released music video “201 element” by Oscar Mulero (oficial). Video clip I made in collaboration with Javier Bejarano and Victor Martinez as part of Black Mirror Colective ( Black Mirror Festival ) for his Muscle and Mind album ( PoleGroup 031) . The video is made mainly from archive images.

credits video:
201 Element ( clip edit ) by Oscar Mulero from album Muscle and Mind , released April 2015. PoleGroup 2015
Director : Black Mirror Collective (Javier Bejarano, Victor Martinez and Nazare Soares)
Camera : Javier Bejarano and Victor Martinez
Editor: Nazare Soares

Black Mirror Festival . 26th of October 2013

 A collaborative work made with Galgo as part of Black Mirror Festival .The event will take place On the 26th of October at Church of Laboral Ciudad de la Cultura in Gijon, Spain.



Vamos a ir conociendo también a los artistas que complementarán la música con sus visuales. Nazaré Soares deleitará nuestros ojos mientras suena la música de Galgo. Aquí la teneis:

Nazaré Soares explora los vínculos entre el chamanismo y el cine experimental; la relación entre memoria y tiempo son algunos conceptos investigados en su obra. A traves de la repetición crea un diálogo entre el significado y la temporalidad de la imagen, evocando así fragmentación dentro de la natural ruptura de eventos e identidades. En sus últimos proyectos este enfoque técnico abarca conceptos sobre repetición y percepción de la historia a traves de profundas capas.

Nazaré Soares (Madrid 1981) vive actualmente en Reino Unido, su trabajo ha sido mostrado recientemente en Cine City Festival en diciembre 2012, Brighton Photo Fringe en octubre 2010 y 2012, East London Photography Festival en octubre 2010 y Futuro Short Festival en diciembre 2009. En junio de 2010 fue una de las ganadoras del certamen fotográfico organizado por Magnum e Ideas Tap.