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BBB_ is a post-digital cross disciplinary music and performance project


it works on the intersection of music, performance, art, design and contemporary philosophy. It was founded by Alla Poppersoni and Alexander Sahm in early 2015. The project works in live performance and installation formats, experiments with digital voices, natural language processing, brain stimulating music and interactive visuals, creating special atmosphere and a scenography for each piece. Their work is meant to be a reflection on emotionality and irrationality in a world of global powers, big data and intelligent technologies.












29.11-2.12

Buddha App Says II VR Version:

"The Divine And The Device"

B3 Biennale, Fankfurt/Shanghai


12.09

ID RATHER BE AN IPHONE (live)

Worm, Rotterdam


12.08

Buddha App Says II VR Version:

"The Divine And The Device"

Stellwerk, Kassel

Membrane Project_Documenta14


11.08

Buddha App Says I

COSMOTIC Space, Dresden


2.07

Buddha App Says II VR Version:

"The Divine And The Device"

PREMIERE @ Mousonturm

NODE Festival


1.07

ID RATHER BE AN IPHONE (live)

Mousonturm, NODE Festival


30.06

Cross Media Night/ HOT AS LOVE

LAXMI MATA (live)

RUNDGANG HFG-OFF


20-27.05

Zukunftsvisionen Festival

Görlitz


06.05

ID RATHER BE AN IPHONE (live)

Frankfurter Kunstverein


21.04

LAF Pforzheim


6.04

Orange Peel, Frankfurt


18.03

NXS Release Event

Fanfare, Amsterdam


16.03

Homebase @RadioX

On Air 5-6pm


11.03

Böse und Gemein Konzerte

Location TBD, Dresden


17.02

Transmediale Vorspiel 2017

Planke.Gallery Berlin


12.02

Radio Angrezi Bremen


3.02

BUDDHA APP SAYS (live)

Meet/n/Work Frankfurt


2.02

ID RATHER BE AN IPHONE (live)

Album Release Show

AMP Frankfurt







LOOK AT ME - New Music Video Release













First album

ID RATHER BE AN IPHONE

release from 1.02.17

with saasfee*rec.


Get the album

HERE









The limited edition (ed. 300)

features an augmented reality

(AR)7" booklet with metallic

cover, containing 40 lavishly

designed pages, plus silkscreen-printed CD and a download voucher. For those who are still rapped in material things.

This booklet features 13 virtual videos and bonus tracks, available via scanning pages of thebooklet by using a smartphone.

Bringing out their content in aform where material and immaterial merge somewhere at the junction of digital and physical realities.






Buddha App Says


Technologically mediated immateriality redefines among others a common sense of spirituality for a virtually-optimised self. Thereby, there is a need for reconsideration of progressive religious thought for partly digitised bodies heading into an undefined future. Ritualistic, country nonspecific, physically trying and in step with the times, it is an immersive space for a joint, participatory, philosophically oriented reflection on the representation and perception of technological spirituality.