Friday, June 13
at Monkeytown 58 N 3rd St
(btw. Kent & Wythe) Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Seatings at 7:30pm and 10pm. $5
Space is limited, reservations recommended.
or email firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations.
Music by DJ ActivePhaze
Directions from the L Train:
1. Exit at the Bedford stop (the 1st stop in Brooklyn).
2. Walk 4 blocks south on Bedford,
3. Make a right on N. 3rd St. (west)
4. Walk an additional 2 and 1/2 (west) on N 3rd.
MonkeyTown is halfway down the block on the left.
about the artists:
Jeff Mission and Chris Korda will present WiiWhorld, a free, open-source, live visual synthesizer for sacred geometry. It uses math to create a seamless animation of mesmerizing psychedelic images. You can VJ with it, make unique digital artwork with it, or sit back and watch it like a screensaver. The WiiWhorld project makes it possible to control the Whorld visualizer with the Nintendo Wiimote.
VJ Miixxy mashes pixels, glitter and fun into sultry eye candy and visual magic. From her roost at Spirit, to touring with acts like G Love & Special Sauce, The Sounds and The Bravery, this sexy mixing minx lives up to her moniker â€“ two eyes, almost triple x. She brings the empirical miracle of live video to the set with a little shimmy and shimmer.
( ) works with video and sound in performance and installation settings. ( ) uses a laptop computer and other instruments and sources to create a variety of sound and image. + Zemi17 (or the human known as A. Taylor Kuffner), is a composer, musician and media artist who creates experiences that are to plant seeds for the evolution of consciousness. Zemi17 is a founding member of EyeWash performing DJs sets for VJs for consistently for its first year, and has an extended resume that includes awards and sponsorships from the League of Electronic Musical Urban Robots (LEMUR), The Indonesian Department of Foreign Affairs, the Berlin Arts Council, the James F. Robison Foundation, DTW fresh tracks, The Soros Foundation, and many more. Zemi17 lived and worked in Indonesia where his study was concentrated on two archaic forms of gamelan, Sekatan and Slonding. He has recently created and composes for the world’s first robot gamelan.
Jarryd Lowder + Julie Fotheringham will perform selections from their ongoing performance project “Do Not Disconnect” which integrates dance/movement and video/audio/music accompaniment. Featured will be an improvisational piece “Function Generator”, in which a live camera connected to an audio waveform generating device turns Julie’s movement into sound ranging from low and subtle to high and ferocious. Jarryd is a video artist, musician/composer and teacher living in New York who primarily works with integrating video/audio within solo and collaborative performance works. Julie is an escapee from Cirque Du Soleil & Las Vegas who now resides in New York and creates solo and collaborative dance/movement projects.
EyeWash is an event where VJs and Video artists perform live-mix video, present audio visual performances in collaboration with Audio artists, workshop performance involving video and technology. EyeWash is also supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.
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