ENDE TYMES 8: Novo Apocalypso

10-12 Nov 2017 at Outpost Artists Resources


performances by:
Bella (BR)
Garek Druss / Soft Urns (CA)
Ha-Yang Kim & Holly Fisher
Jim Haynes (CA)
jonCates (IL)
Julien Gourbeix & Benjamin Pierrat (FR)
Kenny Curwood & Matthew Regula
Lily Jue Sheng & Kevin P. Keenan
Luke Stewart & Patrick Cain (DC)
Ryan Soper
XTAL fSCK (Satrom & Soliday) (IL)

installation by:
Garek Druss

screenings by:
Birch Cooper
Crank Sturgeon
Don Haugen
Emily Pelstring & Katherine Kline
Eric Ostrowski
GX Jupitter-Larsen
Katherine Liberovskaya & Phill Niblock
Long Distance Poison
Lorenzo Sanjuan & Bob Bellerue
Noriko Nakano & Pete Drungle
Paloma Kop
Paul J Botelho & Russell J Chartier
Pierre-Luc Vaillancourt & Marc Hurtado
Raven Chacon
Syd Miller
Thomas D. Rotenberg 



8:00 PM screenings
9:00 PM Ariadne
9:30 PM Kenny Curwood & Matthew Regular
10:00 PM Julien Gourbeix & Benjamin Pierrat
10:30 PM Garek Druss

7:00 PM screenings
9:00 PM Bella
9:30 PM Jon Cates
10:00 PM Lily Jue Sheng & Kevin P. Keenan
10:30 PM XTAL fSCK (Jon Satrom & Jason Soliday)

7:00 PM screenings
9:00 PM Ryan Soper
9:30 PM Holly Fisher & Ha-Yang Kim
10:00 PM Patrick Cain & Luke Stewart
10:30 PM TBD


Outpost Artists Resources
1665 Norman St
Ridgewood NY


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This presentation is made possible in part with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts’ 2017 Electronic Media and Film Presentation Funds Grant program, administered by The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes. THANKS A TON TO THEM FOR THEIR SUPPORT OVER ALMOST ALL 7 YEARS WE HAVE DONE THIS FESTIVAL! THIS PROGRAM IS ENDING AND IT'S THE LAST TIME WE WILL GET THESE FUNDS FROM THEM 8(((




ARIADNE is an experimental sacred music and new media art duo whose work explores the intersection of mysticism, dream analysis and the failure of digital systems through a synthesis of music performance, digital and interactive art, poetry and dramatic experience. Much of ARIADNE’s work consists of interactive audio/visual performances, which employ custom built hardware and software, real-time 3D animation, and machine learning to create immersive and captivating experiences. ARIADNE’s span of work includes feature-length audio/visual albums, web-based virtual reality, and a/v installations. ARIADNE’s work has been presented nationally at National Sawdust’s Summer Labs Residency, Brooklyn; Lafayette Electronic Arts Festival, Colorado; Made in NY Media Center by IFP, Brooklyn; CURRENTS New Media Festival, Sante Fe; MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge; Elastic Arts, Chicago; Gamut Gallery, Minneapolis; Big Pictures Los Angeles; Feverhead, Columbus; Knockdown Center, Queens; Harvestworks, New York; Reverse Gallery, New York; IDIO Gallery, Brooklyn; Superchief Gallery, Brooklyn; Bunker Projects, Pittsburgh; DFBRL8R Performance Art Gallery, Chicago; Gallery 788, Baltimore; among others. ARIADNE has been invited to lecture and perform as Visiting Artists at School of the Art Institute of Chicago; University of Utah College of Fine Arts, Salt Lake City; University of Denver – Emergent Digital Practices; Prichard Art Gallery – University of Idaho. ARIADNE is comprised of Christine Papania and Benjamin Forest. Photo: Brian Young.
More info: http://ariadnedigital.net



Bella is brazilian and was born in Rio de Janeiro. Lives in São Paulo. Sound artist that often works with interdisciplinary fields and collaborative works. Her work is to erase the boundaries between sound and space from a performance focused on the imperceptible movements of reality. Bella develops projects, performances and recordings exploring the relations between physical and conceptual aspects of matter and sound. Launched three albums by the label Seminal Records. She also takes part of meteor, the group formed by her, Anais-karenin and Juliana Borzino. bella has performed at MAM-rj (BR), New Festival Frequencies (BR), Festival Freak (FIME), Féter (Valparaiso, CL), Acker Stadt Palast (Berlin, DE), Lo Spazio Poschiavo, SWZ), Rumor-sound art cycle (Recife, BR), and many others.
More info: http://bella.hotglue.me


Garek Druss / Soft Urns

SOFT URNS is a moniker that Los Angeles based sound and visual artist Garek J Druss uses to create work that explores the dichotomy between the physical being and the incorporeal or non-being.
More info: http://garekdruss.com/ 

Ha-Yang Kim & Holly Fisher

NYC-based Korean-American Ha-Yang Kim creates new music as a composer and cellist, regularly collaborating with ensembles and artists at festivals and diverse performance venues throughout the world. Drawing from a breadth of western classical music, American experimentalism, rock, electronic, noise, avant-improv, to non-western sources (Balinese, South Indian, and Korean), Kim’s music is inspired by acoustic phenomena, ritual ceremonial processes, and characterized by an organic visceral lyricism of sound influenced by the East Asian sense of space and emptiness. Kim developed a unique signature language of extended string techniques and has also composed music for film, theater and multi-media. Performances throughout the US, Europe, Asia, Russia, Turkey, Morocco, Bali, Cuba, Canada. AMA, a monograph of her compositions is released on Tzadik. Her latest album Threadsuns, featuring a composition for string quartet and performed by JACK Quartet, was released on Tzadik in March 2014. She composed the original score for the documentary film, DIOR AND I, which premiered at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival to critical acclaim.
More info: https://soundcloud.com/ha-yang-kim

Holly Fisher received a BA in Asian Art History at Columbia University 1964, and an MA in Cinema Studies at NYU in 1982. She lives and works in New York City. Holly Fisher has been active since the mid-sixties as an independent filmmaker, printmaker, teacher, and film editor. She was the editor of Christine Choy and Renee Tajima-Peña’s documentary Who Killed Vincent Chin? This film about a racially motivated Detroit murder case of 1982 was nominated for an Oscar in 1989. Her experimental short works and long-form essay films, explorations in time, memory and perception, have been screened in museums and film festivals worldwide including Whitney Museum Biennials; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Film Forum, Japan; and two world premieres in The Forum of the Berlinale, Germany. She has received multiple grants from The Jerome Foundation, NYSCA, CAPS, and The American Film Institute, among others. Her silent film Rushlight won the Grand Prize in the 1985 Black Maria Film Festival, and her feature Bullets for Breakfast received “Best Experimental Film Award” at the Ann Arbor Film Festival, 1992. In 1995 the New York Museum of Modern Art presented the solo retrospective “The Films of Holly Fisher.” 
More info: http://hollyfisherfilm.com


Jim Haynes

Jim Haynes resides in California, and has exhibited internationally at the San Francisco Museum Of Modern Art, the Lausanne Underground Film Festival, the Berkeley Art Museum, WestSpace (Melbourne, Australia), and Diapason (New York). Recorded media has been published through Editions Mego, Ghostly International, Drone Records, Hooker Vision, Intransitive, Semperflorens, Elevator Bath, and The Helen Scarsdale Agency. He has also been awarded residencies at the Djerassi Resident Artists Program (California), Recombinant Media Labs (California), Jack Straw Productions (Seattle), and MoKS (Estonia). He has participated in a number of fruitful collaborations with Loren Chasse, Keith Evans, Steven Stapleton, and M.S. Waldron. Until 2015, he was the Vice President and Curatorial Director for 23five Incorporated, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the development and increased awareness of sound arts within the public arena. Through 23five, he co-curated the 2003 San Francisco Electronic Music Festival and the Activating The Medium Festivals from 2007 to 2012. He has written extensively on sound art, noise culture, minimalism, and general music experimentation for The Wire, The San Francisco Bay Guardian, Metro Pulse, The Sound Projector, and Chunklet. 
More info: http://www.helenscarsdale.com/haynes/


jonCates is an internationally recognized Glitch Noise Artist
based in Chicago who exhibits worldwide in galleries, museums and
online: http://glitch.club

Julien Gourbeix & Benjamin Pierrat

Julien Gourbeix Born in 1977 Director of experimental films and creative documentaries. Curator, co-founder of independent film distribution structures (Dodeskaden, diffusion lab and Artists & Associates). He regularly works in art colleges for workshops.

Benjamin Pierrat Born in 1983 Video/sound artist, interested by the different forms of electricity, works under the moniker "Cogne&foutre". He use to play with hacked CRT TVs, Reel-to-Reel Tape Recorders, modular synthetisers and cracked everyday electronics. More info: http://explosibles.bolgspot.fr

Kenny Curwood & Matthew Regula

Kenny Curwood is from Brooklyn NY.
More info: https://vimeo.com/user2207903

Mister Matthews is half of Telecult Powers, one third of the Hex Breaker Quartet (one fourth when it is a quintet) and builds his own analog synthesizers.
More info: http://thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/matthew-regulas-homemade-synthesizers-prove-diy-is-still-alive


Lily Jue Sheng & Kevin P. Keenan

Lily Jue Sheng makes moving image-based work with film, video, multi-projection performance, installation, and 2D mixed media. She graduated from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA, and is currently based in Brooklyn, NY. She exhibits in a wide range of contexts such as museums, galleries, universities, film festivals, cinematheques, performance venues, large-scale building projections, electronic billboards, and other unique spaces. Her work has screened at the Whitney Museum of American Art, Parrish Art Museum, Eyebeam, Mono No Aware, Microscope Gallery, Pioneer Works, and the Knockdown Center in New York; the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston; the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal in Montreal; the 1933 Slaughterhouse (老场坊) and West Bund Art & Design Fair in Shanghai; and 3331 Arts Chiyoda in Tokyo.
More info: http://lilyjuesheng.net

Kevin P. Keenan is a composer and sound artist from Philadelphia, PA. His work incorporates digital and analog synthesis, sound manipulation, field recordings and sampling. He has been recording and performing live experimental music for over 10 years under various monikers including Vertex Pro and The Joint Chiefs of Math.
More info: http://vertexpro.bandcamp.com

Luke Stewart & Patrick Cain

Multi-Instrumentalist Luke Stewart is a DC-based musician. As a solo artist, his recent interests are in compiling a series of improvisational sound structures for Upright Bass and Amplifier, utilizing the resonant qualities of the instrument to explore real-time harmonic and melodic possibilities. He has performed at the Kennedy Center, the Atlas Performing Arts Center, Smithsonian Portrait Gallery, 9:30 Club, Black Cat, and many others throughout DC’s storied DIY community. He has been a featured artist at the Vision Festival, Sonic Circuits Festival of Experimental Music, High Zero Festival of Experimental Improvised Music, Fields Festival, Philadelphia Free Form Festival, Forward Festival, Furious Flower Poetry Festival, and has toured abroad at North Sea Jazz Festival, Toulouse Jazz Festival, Vitoria Jazz Festival, Belgrade Jazz Festival, and Rotterdam Jazz Festival. As a scholar/performer, he has performed and lectured at Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University, Medgar Evers College, George Mason University, Wayne State University, University of Montana, New Mexico State University, and the University of South Carolina. photo by Peter Gannuskin.
More info: https://lukestewart.bandcamp.com/

Patrick Cain is an intermedia artist working in sound, video and new media. In the pass few years he has been working with sound artists to create both real time a/v performances as well as videos.
More info: https://vimeo.com/patrickcain


Ryan Soper

Sculptor, Video artist, and Modular synthesist. One half of the NYC-based performance project Non-Native. Member of Fox/Soper Duo, Muscular and Brat Pit. 
More info: http://ryansoper.com


XTAL fSCK (Jon Satrom & Jason Soliday)

XTAL fSCK is Satrom & Soliday. Jon Satrom and Jason Soliday have been collaborating for over a decade under various guises, including: I♥PRESETS, Magic Missile, Faulty Majick, XTAL FSCK and Soliday & Satrom. Their audio, video and new media work stems from a profound distrust of audio, video and new media. XTAL FSCK floods the uncanny valley with sonic magniloquence, optical splinters, and extremely articulate gibbering. 


Birch Cooper is a New York and Portland based artist who works in a variety of mediums including electronic music, digital sculpture, interactive installation and synthesizer design. Vis work centers around collaboration and integrated systems often resulting in immersive environments with a focus on musical structure and cybernetics. Ve is a founding member of the art/music collectives MSHR and Oregon Painting Society. Cooper currently performs under vis own name and in MSHR, using electronic systems of vis own design. Vis electronic music and digital art practices are in a state of constant feedback- the formal structures and generative techniques used in each medium are informed by one another.
More info: http://birchcooper.net, http://mshr.info

Crank Sturgeon is a theatrical troupe whose name is derived from a fictional character that appeared in the novels of the late Max Sanderson (Prof. Emeritus, South Harpswell Institute of Technology) (d. 1992). Featuring an ever-changing cast, the group is dedicated to performing the mundane tasks of this dramatis personae through the use of karaoke, thrift store appliances, and no-budget media.
More info: http://cranksturgeon.com/

Don Haugen is a composer, sonic experimenter, and visual designer based in Eugene, Oregon, USA. Since the late 1980’s; Haugen started exploring sound with tapes, oscillators, mixer feedback, contact mics and found objects. His current work merges home built electronics and re-purposed test instruments to create sonic texture-scapes. He has composed for performance artists, sound installations, film and ensembles. Haugen is curator and founder of the Eugene Noise Festival, which started in 2005 and continues today.
More info: http://humanmonster.com

Emily Pelstring & Katherine Kline:
Emily Pelstring is a media artist whose work deals with gender, technology and regimes of representation through surreal fictions. In her installation work, these fictions extend across the motion picture, gallery, and performance site. Her films and installations have been shown internationally in galleries and festivals, including Transmediale Berlin, Seoul International New Media Festival, Antimatter Media Art Festival, Ann Arbor Film Festival, FoFA Gallery, PDA Projects, Khyber Centre for the Arts, Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery, Galerie La Centrale, among others. Since 2010, she has directed music videos for numerous collaborators and clients. She has two ongoing multimedia collaborations, Inflatable Deities (with Jessica Mensch) and The Powers (with Jessica Mensch and Katherine Kline). She has taught Media Production at Concordia University and is now teaching in the Department of Film and Media at Queen’s University. More info: http://emilypelstring.com
Katherine Kline is a sound artist and musician from British Columbia.

Eric Ostrowski is a freely-improvising musician and experimental filmmaker based in Seattle, WA. He played guitar and violin as one half of the legendary improv-noise duo of Noggin from 1993-2006. He is currently exploring solo violin performance – electro-acoustic noise that integrates sound and movement. He is also developing his handmade film and expanded cinema style, which he has been working with for over 20 years.
More info: http://ericostrowski.bandcamp.com/

Artist/writer/film-maker GX Jupitter-Larsen is based in Hollywood, California. As writer & director, Omniwave Refresher is GX's latest in a long line of film and video projects. In a piece entitled Blank Banner, during the 1980s, GX submitted a silent blank video tape to over forty video festivals. It was screened in nine. GX's 1994 vampire romp Holes On The Neck still enjoys a passionate cult following to this day. Omniwave Refresher is in three acts. The first is done as a kind of documentary. The second act is a puppet show, and the third act is a live action reenactment of the puppet show. Omniwave Refresher is about a scientist who, after a failed experiment of some incomprehensible nature, heads off on a journey to find her meaning of life.
More info: http://noisyvideo.com

Katherine Liberovskaya & Phill Niblock:
Katherine Liberovskaya is an intermedia artist based in New York City and Montreal, Canada. Involved in experimental video since the 80s, she has produced many single-channel videos, video installation works and video and music performances which have been presented at a wide variety of events and venues around the world. Among these: MOMA PS1 PrintShop NYC; The Duolun Museum and The Aurora Museum, Shanghai, China; The Museum of Arts and Design, NYC; The Bitola Museum, Macedonia (FYROM); The Tito Museum, Belgrade, Serbia; The Kyoto University Museum, Japan; The Serralves Contemporary Art Museum, Porto, Portugal; The Roskilde Museum of Contemporary Art, Denmark; The National Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia; The Beirut Art Center, Lebanon; The Contemporary Art Center Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow, Poland... Since 2001 her work predominantly focuses on the intersection of image and sound, in solo video-audio installation/environments and often in collaborations with composers and sound artists notably in live video+sound performance. Frequent collaborators include Phill Niblock, Mia Zabelka, Al Margolis/If,Bwana, Keiko Uenishi, David Watson, Shelley Hirsch, David First, Guy de Bièvre... among many others. Since 2003 she has been exploring improvised video in live video+sound performance situations where her live visuals seek to create improvisatory "music" for the eyes. Over the years she has performed in concert with numerous artists including: Monique Buzzarte, Anne Wellmer, Tom Hamilton, Margarida Garcia, Manuel Mota, Anthony Coleman, Barry Weisblat, Mazen Kerbaj, murmer, Andre Gonçalves, Giuseppe Ielasi, Alessandro Bossetti, Andre Eric Letourneau, Jason Khan, Jim Bell, David Grollman, Doug Van Nort, among many others. Recent projects have involved: Dan Joseph, Nao Nishihara, String Noise, Anna Homler, Leslie Ross, Chantal Dumas, Richard Garet, Dorit Chrysler, Emilie Mouchous, Erin Sexton, Corinne René and Philippe Lauzier, Magali Babin, Sonia Paço-Rocchia, Marcia Bassett. Recent solo projects include: the audiovisual installations "Mise-en-Abyme Cu29" (2016), "Rake" (2015-16), "sonimaginations tissulaires" (2014-16), "NoizeBreeze" (2014), "Air-Play" (2013), "Amplifontana" (2012-16) and "Shines" (2008-16) and the intermedia installation "Muidebrugge Wave (Matisse/Haacke Blues)" (2015). Since the late 1980s she has received over 30 grants and arts awards in Canada, U.S.A. and France. Concurrently she curates and organizes the Screen Compositions evenings at Experimental Intermedia, NYC, since 2005 and, since 2006, the OptoSonic Tea salons with Ursula Scherrer at Diapason, NYC, and in various nomadic locations, in New York, North America and Europe, with OptoSonic Tea On the Road. In 2014 she completed a PhD in art practice entitled "Improvisatory Live Visuals: Playing Images Like a Musical Instrument" at the Universite du Quebec in Montreal (UQAM). More info: http://facebook.com/liberovskaya
Phill Niblock is an intermedia artist using music, film, photography, video and computers. He makes thick, loud drones of music, filled with microtones of instrumental timbres which generate many other tones in the performance space. Simultaneously, he presents films / videos which look at the movement of people working, slides, or computer driven black and white abstract images floating through time. He was born in Indiana in 1933. Since the mid-60's he has been making music and intermedia performances which have been shown at numerous venues around the world. Since 1985, he has been the director of the Experimental Intermedia Foundation in New York where he has been an artist/member since 1968. He is the producer of Music and Intermedia presentations at EI since 1973 (about 1000 performances) and the curator of EI's XI Records label. In 1993 was formed an Experimental Intermedia organization in Gent, Belgium - EI v.z.w. Gent - to support the artist-in-residence house and installations there. Niblock has no formal musical training. His minimalistic drone approach to composition and music was inspired by the musical and atistic activities of New York in the 1960s (from the art of Mark Rothko, Carl Andre, Sol LeWitt, Donald Judd, Robert Morris to the music of John Cage and Morton Feldman's Durations pieces). Niblock's music is an exploration of sound textures created by multiple tones in very dense, often atonal tunings (generally microtonal in conception) performed in long durations. The layering of long tones only very slightly distinct in pitch creates a multitude of beats and generates complex overtone patterns and other fascinating psychoacoustic effects. The combination of apparently static surface textures and extremely active harmonic movement generates a highly original music that, while having things in common with early drone-based Minimalism, is utterly distinct in sound and technique. Niblock's work continues to influence a generation of musicians, especially younger players from a variety of musical genres. Much of his pieces are based on collaborations with specific musicians. Over the years he has thus worked with a large number of the most diverse players including: Susan Stenger, Robert Poss, Jim O'Rourke, Ulrich Krieger, Seth Josel, Tom Buckner, David Watson, David First, String Noise (Pauline Kim Harris and Conrad Harris), and many many others. In recent years retrospectives of his work have been held in Lausanne, Switzerland and Brno, Czech Republic and works have been presented at the Tate Modern, London and the Centre George Pompidou, Paris, France, among numerous other venues. He is the recipient of the prestigious 2014 Foundation for Contemporary Arts John Cage award. His music is available on the XI, Moikai, Mode Records, and Touch labels. DVDs of films and music are available on the Extreme, Mode, Die Schachtel and VonArchives labels.
More info: http://phillniblock.com

Long Distance Poison is the Brooklyn based experimental electronics project of Nathan Cearley and Erica Bradbury. Through a developed process that uses generative systems, pseudo randomness, improvisation, layering, spectral modulation, drone and noise, LDP creates music that constructs a temporary relation to the mystery. They have performed at the the Basilica Hudson 24-Hour Drone Festival, The Wassaic Project, the MOMA PS1 NY Art Book Fair, the Voice of the Valley Noise Festival, the Ende Tymes Festival, at Pioneer Works as part of a Clocktower Gallery residency, scored multiple films for Nitehawk Cinema’s Live Sound Cinema series, screened a video at the Codec Festival in Mexico City and recently completed a video synthesis project called Rheomodes with a performance and installation at Printed Matter. The have recent releases on Deep Distance records, Hausu Mountain, 2AM Tapes and Oxtail Recordings.
More info: http://www.longdistancepoison.org/

Lorenzo Sanjuan & Bob Bellerue:
From his origin in Huesca, a small city near the Pyrenees Mountains, through Barcelona, Exeter, and Tokyo, to New York, the apotheosis of architectural madness, Lorenzo’s sensibility and imagination have continually built on the notion of home—a house of creativity, nourished by the experience of gazing outside. The intimacy of his creative impulse has become a resounding message to his contemporaries, drawing attention to the need for creativity and art in our society. Lorenzo Sanjuan work is formed without rules, heartfelt and simple, sometimes illuminated by flashes of childhood obsessions or by the simple, sincere lines of truth and time. Influenced by the Japanese aesthetic of wabi-sabi: to understand beauty from the modest, the rustic, the imperfect texture of the brushstroke, the sweetly aged by simple nature, the impermanence of existence. Lorenzo, in his cosmopolitan flight, explores new perspectives on identity and nature. More info: http://demomento.net
Bob Bellerue is a noise composer, experimental musician, and creative technician based in Brooklyn NY. Over the last 30 years he has been involved in a wide range of sonic activities – experimental electronic music, junk metal percussion ensembles, Balinese gamelan, sound scores for dance/ theater/ video/ performance art, and sound / video installations. His electronic sound work is focused on resonant feedback systems, using amplified instruments/ objects/ spaces/ circuits in combination with electronics and Supercollider programming. Bob's work has been presented at The Kitchen, Issue Project Room, Experimental Intermedia, Cafe Oto, the Yogyakarta Gamelan Festival, Centre de Cultura Contemporanea de Barcelona, Sonic Circuits Festival, Living Arts of Tulsa's New Genre Festival, CEAIT Festival, Ende Tymes Festival, Denver Noise Festival, Olympia Experimental Music Festival, PDX Noise Festival, Diapason Sound Gallery, Roulette, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Elastic Arts, Here Art Center, Radio Epsilonia (Paris), WFMU, WKCR, WNYU, KFJC, KXLU, East Village Radio, the Art Institutue of Chicago, Stanford University, The New School, UCSD, and UCLA. His discography includes dozens of releases on Banned Productions, P-Tapes, RRR Records, Love Earth Music, Prison Tatt Records, Los Discos Enfantasmes, Zelphabet, Anarchymoon Recordings, Sleepy Hollow Editions, Peyote Tapes, No Rent Records, and Important Records. He curates and produces the Ende Tymes Festival of Noise and Experimental Liberation (currently in its 7th year). He was formerly based in Los Angeles, where he ran the sub-garde experimental music/performance space the Il Corral, and curated the Beyond Music series and festival. He is an audio engineer and event producer, working presently for Issue Project Room and a handful of clients in the NYC area.
More info: http://bobbellerue.net

Noriko Nakano & Pete Drungle:
Born in Japan, ​Noriko Nakano is a multimedia artist who lives and works in New York. Her love of art and music started in her early age when she started taking lessons of ballet. Her curiosity and searching of her identity as an artist led to come to New York right after 9/11 and stayed at renown Chelsea Hotel. She was dancing or taking photography more than talking as tools to express. She has been collaborating with artists, musicians and designers beyond category, Man Parish, Michael A. Levine, Pete Drungle, OVO Ceramics, Theatre Japan Productions and ma non troppo to name a few. Her study focuses on time-based art as multimedia art, and also currently she is working on a music documentary which will be released in 2017. More info: https://www.norikonakano.com
Pete Drungle is an award-winning composer, pianist and sound designer who has made music with Ornette Coleman, Yoko Ono, The Kronos Quartet, Ronald Shannon Jackson's Decoding Society, The Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Sean Lennon, Craig Harris, Les Claypool, David Byrne, Gesaffelstein, and many others. Pete Drungle has composed scores for film, video, dance, theatre, art installation and performance, and has collaborated with visual and performance artists including Rudolf Stingel, Urs Fischer, Jeff Koons, Marianne Vitale, Sarah Michelson (choreographer), and many others. His music compositions, performances and sound design installations have been exhibited at Centre Georges Pompidou (Fr), MoCA (Los Angeles), the Whitney Biennial (NYC), The Cannes Film Festival (Fr), The Serpentine Gallery (UK), Wundergrund Festival (Dk), TransArt Festival (It), Chapter Arts, Wales (UK), Le Confort Moderne (Fr), The Kitchen (NYC), Performa Biennials 07, 09, 11 and 13 (NYC), Merce Cunningham Theatre (NYC), The Warsaw Jazz Festival (Pl), Alterna Jazz Festival (Mx), The United Nations (NYC), and many other music festivals worldwide. Recent accolades include a Bessie Award for Best Composer, composer commissions from the MAP fund and Meet The Composer, American Music Center grant, and composer residencies at La Chapelle Musique - Brussels Belgium, U-Cross - Wyoming USA, and Chapter Arts - Cardiff Wales. Pete Drungle currently lives and works in New York City.
More info: https://soundcloud.com/drungs/sets/pete-drungle-music

Paloma Kop is an electronic media artist. Her work combines experimental analog techniques with computer programming, digital image processing, and the internet. She is especially interested in feedback loops and other phenomena that can result in self-propagation and evolution through iterative processes. Layers of abstract audio and visual material form serene spacial environments that manifest in video works, performances, and installations.
More info: http://palomakop.com

Paul J Botelho & Russell J Chartier:
Russell J. Chartier attended the College of Santa Fe. Since that time he has spent many years working in Broadcast Television working for various networks including A&E, The History Channel, YES Network and several others. His work in the Video Art Medium explores multiple layers and focuses heavily on texture and color. Many of the images in his works are distorted and manipulated in various unorthodox in an attempt to create a visual depth where recognizable images will appear within the collage of manipulated images and textures.
Paul J. Botelho is a composer, performer, developer, and artist whose work includes acoustic and electro-acoustic music, multimedia installation pieces, visual art works, vocal improvisation, and a series of one-act operas. He performs as a vocalist primarily with extended technique and incorporates the voice into much of his music. His work has been performed, presented, and exhibited in concerts, festivals, galleries, and museums across the Americas, Europe, and Asia. Botelho received a Ph.D. and M.F.A. in Music Composition from Princeton University, an M.A. in Electro-Acoustic Music from Dartmouth College, and a B.F.A. in Contemporary Music Performance and Composition from the College of Santa Fe. Currently he is Assistant Professor of Music at Bucknell University where he teaches music composition. More info: http://pauljbotelho.com/

Pierre-Luc Vaillancourt & Marc Hurtado:
Pierre-Luc Vaillancourt's films explores the ancient ruins at the borders of known worlds and produce visceral and hypnotic experiences. His work involves extensive researches in lost civilisations and cognitive science. Vaillancourt’s films and videos have been presented at the Zagreb Museum of Contemporary Art, Russia National Centre for Contemporary Arts, Lausanne Underground Film Festival, Kiev Foundation for Contemporary Art, Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival, Fylkingen, Bunkier Sztuki, Wro Art Center and in many international festivals, museums and cinematheques. More info: https://vimeo.com/user38610478
Leading figure of the French experimental music scene, co-founder of the Étant Donnés duo in 1977, Marc Hurtado has a polymorphic course of performer, poet, visual artist and musician. Hurtado worked with Alan Vega and Martin Rev (Suicide), Gabi Delgabo (DAF), Genesis P. Orridge (Psychic TV, Throbbing Gristle), Michael Gira (Swans), Mark Cunningham (Mars), Z'ev, Philippe Grandrieux, Lydia Lunch and the Master Musicians of Jajouka. He made thirty albums and more than 500 concerts / performances. His work has been programmed in many institutions, including the French Cinematheque and exhibited in major art centers such Beaubourg in Paris and the MoMa in New York. 

Raven Chacon is a composer of chamber music, a performer of experimental noise music, and an installation artist. He performs regularly as a solo artist as well as with numerous ensembles in the Southwest USA, and is also a member of the collective Postcommodity. Chacon has presented his work in different contexts at ABC No Rio, REDCAT, La Biennale di Venezia - Biennale Musica, San Francisco Electronic Music Festival, Ende Tymes Festival, 18th Biennale of Sydney, The Kennedy Center, Whitney Biennial and documenta 14. He lives and works in Albuquerque, New Mexico. More info: http://spiderwebsinthesky.com/

Syd Miller imagines their art as flexible, mutable, able to take a punch, and simultaneously anticipatory of its own destruction and the most aesthetically compelling way to spill its innards. The films, writing, visual art, audio, and performance they produce is wiry, scraggly material to continually fold in on itself that refuses to forget the storylines of hurt and revenge of the larger body of work it drags behind itself. Syd Miller currently studies video at college and practices independently in Bennington, Vermont. More info: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0tn_IUGwx4H9F2l58qHh6A

Thomas D. Rotenberg is a writer, video artist, and curator currently based in Brooklyn, NY. A graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, his written and visual works revolve around memory, time, and technology, and the often symbiotic relationship shared by all three as they inform and distort our perception of the past, present, and future. His short films and video art pieces have shown across the United States and Europe, his curatorial work has been featured on Noisey and Invisible Oranges, and he has appeared on NY1 promoting public art in Brooklyn. Thomas is currently working a documentary detailing the exploits and history of absurdist underground prank caller Longmont Potion Castle.
More info: https://metallicimagery.com/




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