The symmetrical piece of Avance/Retour/Rapides, Miss Tek is its bug. An error in the code for the final piece created Miss Tek: it appeared as a beautiful gift from the programming language. Miss Tek became the abstract version of an infinite passage. Transitions of pixels and squares that are accompanied by a suggestive electronic music piece. Avance/Retour/Rapides and Miss Tek have been presented for the first time in front of each other at a performance commissioned by the Batofar in Paris in June 2004.
Info & Credits
Joëlle Bitton & Emmanuel Mehois
Passages process (n.4)
performed at Batofar, Paris, for the event ‘Superficiel.org presents Raw Screens’, June 2004; at HKW, Berlin, for ICHIM festival, August 2004; at Crawdaddy, Dublin, for DEAF, Oct. 2004