10800Pixel is an audiovisual performance utilising tapes, a hacked pixelcam and a mixing desk to create a arte povera version of expanded cinema.
Kris Limbach (born in 1978) is a sound and visual artist residing in Berlin. Although his focus is on sound, he is also exploring constantly formats and aesthetics of cinema. In his sound art work he uses film-editing techniques, prepared drums, tape manipulation, no input mixing and a vast amount of raw and processed fieldrecordings. His performances for film and tape involves live super8 manipulation and scoring, an arte povera approach to expanded cinema. His experimental feature film project “The Lost Color” premiered at IBAFF Spain and he is currently working on the last Film of his CRISIS trilogy.
He released on labels such as Richard Garet’s Contour Editions, Staaltape, Modisti, Framework Radio, Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Agxivatein and collaborated with artists like Pierce Warnecke, Hopek Quirin, Anton Mobin, Jochen Arbeit, Rinus van Alebeek, Miguel A. Garcia, Juan Antonio Nieto aka Pangea, Lisa Müller-Trede, John Bock and more. He curates, together with Pierce Warnecke and Seiji Morimoto, the emitter micro label and emitter micro festival, a biennial experimental sound Festival in Berlin.