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Audiovisual performance
JCJP-030 is a Berlin based trio consisting of video artist Carolina Ovando (CL), filmmaker James Pain (AU) and musician Juan Pablo de Lucca (AR). The group combines field recordings, modular synths, experimental cinematography, and live video mapping to create an interdisciplinary and immersive mode of storytelling. Initially conceived during the lockdown months of 2020 as a livestream, the project has since been adapted to also suit a live performance experience.

Senja (2020)

Electronic Music

“Senja” is an electronic ambient music EP composed during the winter months far north in the Arctic Circle. The album was produced using field recordings, synthesizers and samples inspired by the story of Kråkeslottet, an old fishing plant transformed in a cultural hub in the island of Senja, Norway.

Senja 1 - Juan Pablo de Lucca from James Pain on Vimeo.

“Senja” was performed in ArtiJuli Festival (NO) as an audiovisual presentation in collaboration with video artist Madalena Zampitelli.

Special thanks Georg Blichfeldt and family

Berlin - Brandenburg (live set, 2021)

Electronic Music

Live at Kitkat, Berlin

El Muro Tango

elmurotango.com  spotify 

El Muro Tango is an Argentine-Norwegian tango band that in record time has taken the international tango world by storm. With their energetic stage performance and unique expression, El Muro Tango has thrilled tango dancers and music lovers throughout Europe and South America. In August 2019, the band made its debut at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam.

«Nostálgico is an album that convinces with its wonderfully elaborated arrangements, as well as its sound, committed to the tradition of the old masters, that is so rarely found in today’s tango bands» – AMM Magazin

«… the craftsmanship here is exceptional. This is quality music, played to perfection» – Dan Hobson, Songlines Magazine

Aldeas (2019)

Music for Dance
Piece for dance and live music. Work in progress.

“Aldeas means "Cities", or "Villages', in Spanish. This work explores my favourite subject: the process of transformation which happens to us, 'global citizens' - as we leave our families, home towns, move to different places, absorb new influences, become part of new communities, develop new identities and become 'something else' - and in that, also become our new true selves... This piece was created by artists from 5 different countries - we all met in Berlin :)

Masha Gurina

Direction and choreography: Masha Gurina
Visual art and scenography: Schmoo Theune
Performed by:  Maria Torrents, Pablo Barckhahn, Masha Gurina and Sarah Vella
Original music by: Juan Pablo de Lucca
Poster by: Sasha Vidakovic