Dasha Rush + LCC

Live AV

Russian Electronic experimentalist Dasha Rush and LCC lead us on an audio-visual journey into unimaginable landscapes.

A double-header curated by Clon (Estela Oliva's new project) sees the acclaimed producer Rush performing Antarctic Takt – a glimpse into the uninhabited lands of Antarctica made in collaboration with visual artist Stanislav Glazov – in the UK for the first time. Her ambient and low-tempo Techno soundscapes morph with Glazov’s 3D scenes, providing an immersive experience blending art, nature and technology. Rush is no stranger to pushing the boundaries of contemporary dance music, and regularly experiments with various musical (and non-musical) forms.

Before Rush, the female Electronic duo LCC (Ana Quiroga and Uge Paneda) make their London debut performing Bastet, an audio-visual work made with filmmaker Pedro Maia. The show takes the audience into unimaginable terrains, with a hypnotic narrative referencing ancient rituals, symbols and natural landscapes. 

Produced by the Barbican in association with Clon

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Watch: Dasha Rush's Antarctic Takt

Watch as Russian Electronic experimentalist Dasha Rush and LCC lead us on an audio-visual journey into unimaginable landscapes.
 

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Watch: LCC's BASTET live A/V

Watch as Russian Electronic experimentalist Dasha Rush and LCC lead us on an audio-visual journey into unimaginable landscapes.
 

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