Crafted during his Clocktower residency, Shirley presents a post-apocalyptic tale in his underground film about graffiti artists, the last survivors on earth, on the hunt for the meaning behind an abandoned and enigmatic artwork.
Nathan Cearley and Erica Bradbury join Clocktower for a two-month residency, investigating methods and techniques for creating existential audio visual experiences. Entitled Sound and Time, the residency expands on LDP's explorations into mystery.
Cooper Holoweski presents a series of cyclical narratives depicted as hybrid digital video and stop-motion animation loops, exploring recurrent patterns in scientific astrophysics, biological evolution, spiritual reincarnation, and other realms.
Clarke is an interdisciplinary artist working at the intersections of research, science, and design, who extrapolates collected data into multimedia, immersive installations, video and sound sculptures, and printed images.
The video experimentalist dynamically combines sound, images and objects to explore their collective potential, and with the collaboration of varying composers and sound artists creates improvisatory "music" for the eyes.
The idiosyncratic trumpet player creates antiphonal musical works, teasing out combinations of vocalization, extreme extended technique, noise and drone aesthetics, amplification and feedback, and compositional rigor.
During his Auditorium residency at Knockdown Center, the Experimental Intermedia director explores sound textures created by multiple tones in very dense, often atonal tunings (generally microtonal in conception) performed in long durations.
As composer, performer, and installation artist, Friedberg draws on the phenomenological and phantasmagorical, exploring perceptual delineation of space through sound, and low-end experiential thresholds during her Auditorium residency at Knockdown.
Equal parts largescale performance composer (from chamber choral works to complexes of live performers and custom loudspeaker installations) and experimental turntablist, Rosenfeld explores her hybrid visual art and music creations at Knockdown.
The experimental bass clarinetist abstracts and amplifies the timbre of her instrument by the creative use of microphone feedback, transforming the body of the bass clarinet into a resonant chamber. She joins Auditorium as both resident and curator.
Shepherd's work includes installation pieces for multichannel audio, appearances as an improviser in group ensembles, and compositions for solo turntable, using a finely balanced combo of modified records and custom dubplates as source material.
The Brooklyn-based sculptor creates a free standing, large scale, sculptural ruin during his Clocktower residency at Pioneer Works incorporating elements of deteriorated highway billboards, tourist traps, and directional markers.
Otherworldly vocalist, composer, and multi-disciplinary artist Ebe Oke crafts exquisite pop music during his Clocktower residency at Pioneer Works. His compositions are an exotic medley of mythology, the traditional art of song, and the avant garde.
Ranjit Bhatnagar is a sound sculptor who works with technology, language, and found materials to create interactive installations and musical instruments. Bhatnagar’s projects include his ongoing Instrument-A-Day series.
Nieves is a figurative sculptor, narrative painter, ornamental shoe and garment designer, performance artist, and musician. His work marries a fairytale aesthetic with subversive tones of rebellion, resulting in an experience of unearthly decadence.
Christian Joy is a costume designer and artist best known for her stage costume designs for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' lead singer, Karen O. Joy's work veers away from traditional materials, making her an influential member of the punk and DIY style
Hisham Bharoocha is a Brooklyn-based artist, focused on visual art, photography and music. His visual work seeks to materialize the images generated by the mind while meditating or dreaming, juxtaposing this surreal world and mundane life.