The next batch of confirmed visual artists for the first BYOB are here … Don’t forget you can literally turn up without completing the online form, just bring your own beamer and find some space.
Minuek is a Audio Visual artist who started doing video for the Brighton based Wrong Music label in 2005, He has worked doing live visuals at various festivals and events around Europe and has been performing Audio Visual sets since 2008 working with node based creation tools.
He is part of the Freecode Audio Visual collective a group of artists exploring realtime audio and video that started from a performance at the Exyzt “Burningham” installation at the 2011 Fierce Festival in Birmingham. The Collective have performed various shows in unique locations over the intervening years.
He also works closely with the Brain Wash Collective providing visual effects for everything from the The Guillemots latest video to Large scale classical music events.
Minuek’s work can be seen on his VIMEO page.
HELLOCATFOOD - SKIN CELLS
hellocatfood (Antonio Roberts) is a VJ and digital artist that is obsessed with glitches, errors and the unexpected. His visual style combines bright, vomit-inducing graphics with broken and glitched gifs, film clips and retro video games.
hellocatfood has been resident visual artist at SOUNDkitchen and Bring Out Your Dead, and has produced visuals for Birmingham Laptop Ensemble and Com Truise
If it can be glitched, hellocatfood will certainly do so … DO YOU WANT TO KNOW MORE?
and our third and final artists for display today is Cindy Clipston …
CINDY CLIPSTON - LIQUID ABSTRACTION
I have just graduated from studying fine art at the University of Northampton. The concept to my working practice is a combination of working across both still and moving imagery in an abstract form. The works purpose is for the eye to become lost and submerged into the imagery, thus to become removed from the everyday.
The idea of moving away from the everyday gives the basis to the concept, beginning with a very mundane object that I abstract in a digital photographic and manipulative way. Creating from this both still compositions and sequences which I bring into moving
Working in video is something I have pursued for a while now and are continuing to push further in my practice. I dream of one day making visuals that can be experienced for a whole host of live genres, but with a particular interest in stage visuals/backdrops within the music industry.
Samples of Cindy’s work can be found on her VIMEO page.
It’s shaping to be a great afternoon / evening of video, visuals and to top it all off, GREAT MUSIC! Don’t forget we have the Ableton Live sounds of Tec-Ho and the liquid groove of SWEETPEA (Rude.FM) for your ears.