Influenced by topics like the social and structural turmoils of the past years, the strong connections between communities and the sensation of being in an economic deadlock, Bit-Tuner wrote an album that urges to be listened to in a (self-)reflective way.Video artist Joerg Hurschler takes the album a step further by creating a 40-minute animated video that will be screened exclusively during Bit-Tuner’s concerts. It is the story of molecular objects being propelled into a world similar to ours, where they operate, interact and affect their surroundings,creating and leaving behind something new and strange. Joerg Hurschler’s carefully crafted 3D animations add also an another layer: What is it that surrounds us, and how do we approach and interact with forces that are beyond our (apparent) reach?The combination of Joerg Hurschler’s visual storyworld and Bit-Tuner’s atmospheric music congregate into an audiovisual experience between the disciplines.This video is an extract of the whole project, but what we see is the meeting of the genes with the mother gene, the both main protagonists of this world.Born and raised in St.Gallen, Switzerland, Bit-Tuner works and lives in Zürich today. He‘s been producing electronic music with computers, mpcs, synthesizers, bass guitars and a fleet of analogue effect gear. He has a fondness for samples from old records, movies and has also been discovering field recording. Bit-Tuner works with heavy beats, blown up bass sounds, gloomy athmospheres, acid-driven melodies and uproaring soundscapes. His musical field of expression reaches from Experimental Hip-Hop to Electronica, from Bass Music to Noise, Theatre Productions, Fashion Shows and Shortfilm Soundtracks. Jörg Hurschler, born in Lucerne, Switzerland, lives today in Zurich. Preliminary studies of art at the ZHdK (Zurich University of the Arts). 2012 Bachelor in Video at the Lucerne School of Art and Design. Since completing his studies, he has worked as a freelance filmmaker at the interface of film, video, CGI and animation. His videos have been broadcast nationally and internationally at film festivals, in galleries and on television. He is currently completing a master‘s degree in film with a focus on interaction at the Lucerne School of Art and Design.