• BusStop SITE

    Bus.Stop

    Medea works on a series of art pieces having as a common ground the aesthetics of Noise.

  • Medea Reel

    This is our reel enjoy and if you are interested in any of the works browse through our portfolio

  • Epic

    “Epic” was created during MedeaElectronique Koumaria Residency 2012 exploring the theme of Human Machine Improvisation medeaelectronique.com facebook.com/KoumariaResidency Direction-Animation: Kleopatra Korai/Lokey * Dance performance: Joanna Kampylafka* Music: Medea Electronique ISE ensemble* (Manolis Manousakis, Thodoris Zioutos, Alexandros Drymonitis, Tim Wart, Dimitras Tigas, Guido De Flaviis, Marios Dapergolas) *MedeaElectronique members

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    Soundscapes Landscapes

    We all construct our own personal cartographies – maps full of sonic and visual cues that are formed from an increasingly complex amalgam of the different environments we encounter during our daily routine.

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    Beyond Reasoning

    Beyond Reasoning, Medea Electronique’s recent work is a four channel audio visual installation piece inspired by Attalis work Noise.

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    Fragments of the Unseen

    The departure point of Αθέατο (Unseen) is to experience a space that surrounds an entity, not through the eyes, but through the outermost points of a body.

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    Monotonia

    Monotonia is an audiovisual sculpture presented in a multi-segmented audiovisual environment. It is based on the poem by C.P. Cavafy.

  • Koumaria 2009 Short Doc

    This is a short documentary which was shot and edited in 2009 during Medea’s Koumaria Residency

Medea Electronique

Medea Electronique was formed in 2006 in Athens, Greece, inspired by a play on words between Medea and Media. Comprising of a wide range of individual artists working collectively under the Medea Electronique name, we share a predisposition for innovation in the performing arts.

Working in fields like music, video, design, painting, multimedia, robotics, interactive technology and media production, we allow the integration of our distinctive areas of research and practice to define a unique style in the realisation of our collective projects - these range from multimedia theatrical plays to experimental audio-visual shows, and from improvised noise music through to field recording and electroacoustic composition.