“Cinematics of the in-between” describes a speculative setup, a fictional cinema, not interested in screenings for human audiences. This non-antropocentric environment deals with those entities that reside in-between noise and structure. The sonic and visual stimuli provide incomplete information and the imagination is called forth to fill in the gaps. Through this interpolation the entities obtain space and come to exist.

BY  Tasos Asonitis (GR)

Tasos Asonitis is a sonic and audiovisual artist whose activities encompass various facets of digital arts. He is primarily interested in the immersive virtual environments that can be described by the creative entanglement of computer generated music and 3D graphics. His work, however, is not limited to the audiovisual domain, and includes multi-channel fixed media pieces, sonic installations and compositions for moving image. He is currently based in Manchester, UK.