Apparatjik performs the Light Space Modulator at The Serpentine Gallery, London “Unlike most collaborations between artists from different positions

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Apparatjik performs the Light Space Modulator at The Serpentine Gallery, London

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“Unlike most collaborations between artists from different positions in the music industry’s hierarchy, Apparatjik actually sound like a proper band…They’re more than the sum of their parts, and then some.”
BBC

“If you're a fan of Mew's complex but melodic progscapes and A-ha's windswept, existentialist techno-pop, you'll love We Are Here... Datascroller is Daft Punk-ish and rocks like a robot doing the electric boogie.”
The Guardian

"like a lesson in wiping the slate clean, of starting something completely different, breaking free of the confines of chart pop, and trying something new”
Line Of Best Fit

Apparatjik is a collective fusing interest in science and culture founded by Jonas Bjerre, Guy Berryman, Magne F and Martin Terefe. The project is of a tangential nature with cross-field collaborators in the worlds of art, entertainment, fashion, music, and the darker fringes of the scientific community.

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Apparatjik “We are here"

To date Apparatjik public performances have taken place inside a specially constructed cube. Debuted at the Club Transmediale festival, in Berlin on 1st February 2010 the cube performance is inspired by the Bauhaus movement, the 'Bauhaus Bühne', and Lazlo Moholy-Nagy's work 'Light-Space-Modulator' from 1930 in particular, an idea congruent with the apparatjik website also based on a cube, which pays homage to the complex and controversial theories of quantum-theorist Max Tegmark - a quantum-mechanics professor at M.I.T. Boston, USA.

Apparatjik’s debut album “We are here” is available now at www.apparatjik.com

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