audiovisual noise/drone/glitch/ambient

From music oscillating between ambient, noise, drone and glitch and tightly coupled visuals, aesthetically somewhere between Victor Vasarely and raster-noton, arises an immersive live performance that challenges the ear drums and retinas of the audience alike.

The performative audiovisual duo from Karlsruhe, formerly know as Brofist, consists of visual performer Patrick Borgeat and electronic musician Juan A. Romero. After playing in the controllerism ensemble Grainface and the live coding band Benoît and the Mandelbrots, Borgeat and Romero decided to take it a step further and merge their experience into audiovisual compositions.

Ganzfeld 0x01 received an Honorary Mention at Visual Music Live Contest 2015.

Some Previous Dates

Jul. 7th 2016Medialab-PradoMadrid, ES
Sep. 29th 2015elektrosmog 022 at zeitraumexitMannheim, DE
Jul. 9th 2015Support for Thought Forms at JubezKarlsruhe, DE
Jun. 20th 2015Zeitverschwendung at E-WerkFreiburg, DE
Mar. 20th 2015B-Seite Festival at zeitraumexitMannheim, DE
Mar. 6th 2015Neone w. Aluphobia, Friday Dunard and others …Prague, CZ
Feb. 2nd 2015Loft w. Cole Ingraham, Stefan Schultze and others …Cologne, DE
Jan. 17th 2015Algorave @ JubezKarlsruhe, DE
Sep. 13th 2014IMA_lounge at ZKM w. Rashad Becker and Bill KouligasKarlsruhe, DE


For booking/media requests or any other inquiries please send a mail to
We’re also on Facebook, you can contact us there as well.

Patrick Borgeat
Durlacher Allee 44
76131 Karlsruhe

Photos by Daniel Bollinger