Clouds of Neon Limelight is an audiovisual live music performance by Golden Diskó Ship that tackles topics regarding how we have already changed our planet so much that we might have to leave it soon.
The prominent features of this experimental immersive experience are weird weather phenomena, the pacific trash island, a tunnel filled with radioactive waste, an abandoned fishing village, lots of shiny slime, and the futuristic creatures that will have to take us to the airport.
Golden Diskó Ship is a solo project by Theresa Stroetges, a Berlin-based multi- instrumentalist, composer, sound and video artist who performs live as a one-woman orchestra. Her imaginative soundscapes, shifting from delicate melodic lines steeped in nostalgia to the feedback arcs and textured distortion of machine abuse, evoke lucid dreams and have won critical praise for their fresh, eclectic collages of electronic and acoustic sound (CTM concerts). Each of her tracks is accompanied live by multiple video projections to create an immersive audiovisual experience.
Golden Diskó Ship is featured at Pixxelpoint 2019 as part of the BYS229 project.
Theresa Stroetges is a musician, composer, and sound artist based in Berlin. Her solo project Golden Diskó Ship combines sound collage and electronic beats, acoustic instruments, and video projections. Her various musical activities comprise other projects such as 'Epiphany Now' – electronic improvised music, and the psychedelic kraut trio 'Soft Grid'. In various collaborations with dance, live poetry, film, video, and performance artists as well as her own sound installations, she investigates the possibilities of breaking up conventional performance praxes and the borders of genres. Theresa has an MA in Sound Studies and Musicology.