Emute Lab presents: an evening of audiovisual experimentation, with:
The Rose Hill, Brighton, 19th October, 7:30pm-11pm
£6 (£4 students, concessions)
Tickets are available in advance from https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/552827
Derek Holzer (USA 1972) is a sound + light artist based in Helsinki & Berlin, whose current interests include DIY electronics, audiovisual instrument building, the relationship between sound and space, media archaeology, and participatory art forms. He has performed live, taught workshops and created scores of unique instruments and installations since 2002 across Europe, North and South America, and New Zealand.
Andrew Duff is a sound artist and organiser of the University of Sussex based Brighton Modular meet. Since the late 1980s, Andrew has amassed a large collection of electronic music, and collected, modified and experimented with a range of, generally, Japanese analogue synthesizers, DJing, recording music and performing live at club nights and various other events. Since completing a Masters in Design and Digital Media in 2000, he has been involved in teaching, academic research, and continues to develop his own work. Since 2012 his work has been largely based around the use of a eurorack modular synthesiser and modified Vectrex games console for audio/visual and performance based vector oscillographics.
Alexander Peverett is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work explores the fields of electronic & computer music, video art, multi-media installation, procedural art and computer graphics. His audio work has been published on labels such as Skam, 12k, Line and Icasea. He is one part of Team Doyobi (Skam) and a member of Computers Club. His work has been shown at All Tomorrows Parties, Sonar, Bios, Lovebytes, the Tate Modern, the Pompidou Centre, the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, the New York Museum of the Moving Image and various other international festivals and institutions.
Alexander will be performing an iteration of “Reality Television” an ongoing experimental series of procedural audio-visual systems.
qgb is an an up and coming producer and artist local to Brighton. His work blends influences from his studies in audiovisual art at Sussex University with a love for UK dance music and its visceral quality. Exploring ideas from his debut album Hornets, the set combines algorithmic sequencing, hardware instruments and hyper-digital synthesis. Expect colourful soundscapes, treacherous rhythms, rumbling sub-bass, and striking visual accompaniments.