NITEMIND is a group of artists using technology and physical space to create immersive and interactive installations. Our work uses light as a medium, including laser beams, video-mapped LED, and software art in combination with ephemeral sculpture and site-specific installations. Nitemind has been instrumental in the development of exhibitions at the Palais de Tokyo, Metropolitan Museum of Art, MOMA P.S. 1, Johannes Vogt Gallery, Red Bull Music Academy and many others.
LAWRENCE ENGLISH is a composer, media artist and curator based in Australia. Working across an eclectic array of aesthetic investigations, English’s work prompts questions of field, perception and memory. He investigates the politics of perception, through live performance and installation, to create works that ponder subtle transformations of space and ask audiences to become aware of that which exists at the edge of perception
The Guardian feature
DJ RICHARD is a techno DJ/producer originally from Rhode Island, United States, and now based in Berlin, Germany. Since 2012 he has released two 12-inches on White Material, the label/collective he founded with Young Male and Galcher Lustwerk after attending the Rhode Island School of Design. He released his debut full-length album Grind on Dial in late 2015. He has also provided remixes for Radio Slave, Dan Bodan, Renaissance Man and Dial proprietor Lawrence.
P4K on “Grind”
EARTHEN SEA is New York City based musician Jacob Long. Since 2005, Long has released music on a variety of formats on a number of labels including Kranky, Lovers Rock, Other People, and Imminent Frequencies, among other. The music has been noted for its “swirling low end, pulsing melodies and propulsive barely-there rhythms” and his work has also been described as having a “knack for texture that creates a disorienting, lost-in-your head sensation that allows it to work as both trippy ambience or immersive dance music.
FACT on “An Act of Love”
SORAMIMI is a composer and producer based in NYC. “Soramimi” is defined as a mishearing or feigned deafness. She regards her music as narrative imagery, with an abstract sound illustrated by cerebral textures and dreamlike compositions. Soramimi brings a distinct fluency and gravity to the table of ambient and experimental techno.
On Sunday 3/26 at Lawrence English will host a workshop entitled “The Radical Listener: Field recording, agency and the art of relational listening” Follow link for TIX.