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20 Jan 2018

Background Evening Antoni Hervàs


photo: Jhoeko

Chaos instead of noise, a performance by PLOM.

Antoni Hervàs presents for the Background Evening of his exhibition The Rubbery: Chaos instead of noise, a performance by PLOM.

For his first performance in the Netherlands, PLOM, the amorphous entity that creates electronic music, will interact with the exhibition by Antoni Hervàs’ exhibition ‘The Rubbery’. PLOM will share and spread the essence of the multiple forms that can adopt what is living on the shadows of the unknown.
The sound of PLOM consists of subtle rhythmic aberrations, melodies of precise structures that coexist in an unforeseen magma. Lead holds together each of the small fragments of stained glass, forming a fractal beauty taken to the limit that, suddenly, like the blow from a stone, breaks into a thousand pieces to be rebuilt again in unexpected ways.
Pau Magrané and his alter ego PLOM (Reus, 1984) is an artist, musician and designer. One of his alter egos is PLOM. His music label Nyapster releases music in various physical formats. Magrané studied Fine Arts at the Kunsthochschule Berlin–Weissenssee and the University of Barcelona, and has a Master in Video Game Creation from IDEC – Pompeu Fabra University.
He contributes on the radio program “Club Marabú Lu + 9/ Sonido Pepi” at dublab station. Has performed as PLOM in DEMO (La Capella 2017), MACBA és viu (MACBA, 2016), OHM Gallery, (Berlin, 2015), Mercuri Splash (Fundació Miró, Barcelona, 2015), L’acció dissolvent (Centre Social Autogestionat Lo Maset, Deltebre, 2015), De Profvndis / Sessions Polivalents 2015
, (Hangar, Barcelona, 2015), Halloween Death Camp (Freedonia, Barcelona, 2015) and Grandopening! (Fireplace Project, Barcelona, 2015). He has collaborated with artists including Black Tulip, Ariadna Parreu, Grosgoroth, Roger Serret i Ricou, Jose Begega, Lucía C. Pino, Antoni Hervàs, Claudia Pagès, David Bestué, Paco Chanivet and Sara Deubieta.