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Welcome to Gothic Dimension 4.0 ! This new layout has been conceived to support the Gothic Multimedia Project in presenting the official release of G.M.P.'s new, groundbreaking, multimedia opus: "Beneath the Snow - Piovono Ombre" (where the Italian "Piovono Ombre" means "It Rains Shadows")."Beneath the Snow - Piovono Ombre" represents a huge achievement in G.M.P.'s unique multimedia "workography": less inaccessible than the claustrophobic "Clam, Dolenter" (2010) but even more trailblazer than this in taking the concept of interactivity to its extremes, it marks an ultimate abyss in the representation of human darkness; at the same time it definitely smashes the boundary line between different forms of artistic expressions like theatre/cinema, music and art, forging an absolutely "new media" from the ashes of the interconnection between sound, image and word.This huge interactive work, just like "Clam, Dolenter", has not a tracklist, but unlike that, it doesn't include a certain number of video-art musical tracks scattered in a virtual world. Here we have a multitude of soundtracks supporting either the movie with its main story or the various series of mute stories within the main story, some of them forming not a multimedia track in itself but a single tile in the complex "new media" mosaic which is "Beneath the Snow - Piovono Ombre".Some titles ? "Privato di un Rimorso Primitivo", "Schivo/Scisso, sostanzialmente un Eretico Notturno", "Spiati dallo Smarrimento", "Cadavere senza Ombra", "Arcano Arcaico", "Clay-cold, not Mouldering", "Someone Has Locked the Door and He's Shouting at Me", "I Have to Obey to the Calling from the Downstairs", "In the Writhes of an Oneiric Torment of Mine, I Will Embrace Death", "Sons of a Sun Without Light" and some other soundtracks.As already announced, James Maximilian Jason and David Bosch will present their new creature to the public on June 4, 2016 (h. 9.00 pm), in Genoa (Italy), at the “Altrove - Teatro della Maddalena” (= “Beyond – Magdalene Theatre”), in what we can call the very first "G.M.P. live show" ever. A detailed report of this gig will be soon available in this Update page, clicking on a red link to be displayed here.

28/05/2016

26/04/2016

The forthcoming Gothic Multimedia Project opus will be officially released on May 28, 2016.In the same day a brand new version of the G.M.P.'s website, Gothic Dimension 4.0, will be launched at the same address (http://www.gothicdimension.com) Although “Beneath the Snow – Piovono Ombre” is gaining the attention of some webzines devoted to experimental music and art, it will have a lesser exposure than “Clam, Dolenter” because of its highly avant-garde and gloomy nature. Nonetheless the G.M.P. will make this mammoth work known and spread in USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, Spain as well as Italy.“Beneath the Snow – Piovono Ombre” will be presented on June 4, 2016 (h. 9.00 pm), in Genoa (Italy), at the “Altrove - Teatro della Maddalena” (= “Beyond – Magdalene Theatre”), a little theatre committed to promoting multimedia acts and unconventional forms of music and drama. For the very first time James Maximilian Jason and David Bosch will be together on stage, live, directly interacting with their audience just to show a part of their new weird, challenging opus.