1. Modern Witch is Kristy Foom, Mario Zoots + Kam Khan. Spread between Denver and Amsterdam the group has been recording and performing since 2008, and has performed live shows from Los Angeles to Berlin. The band makes house and wave inspired dance music with deep vocals and mystic imagery. Mario Zoots, based in Denver, CO creates the bands album art and video work. Zoots exhibits his collage and video works Internationally on a regular basis in between recording and performing with his two bands Modern Witch and Men In Burka. Zoots is also one half of the Denver experimental video collective, AVVC.


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  2. Video by Gusti Fink. Remix by Grapefruit.

    Gusti Fink is a french visual artist working and living in Paris. He use 3D animation to create short videos of moving landscapes and psychic visions in a lo-fi, rough and early stage looking images melting with found footage videos. His work deals about collective fears, sleepy perceptions, 80' advertising imagery, paradisiac environment and eliptic narrative structure from film teasers.

    Grapefruit is the moniker of a Portland, Oregon synth composer, C. Salas-Humara, where we find him creating lush percolating brain cinema, analog computer dreamscapes, and progressive sci-fi psychedelia.

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  3. Video by Sara Ludy, Remix by Austin Meredith

    Sara Ludy (b. 1980, Santa Ana, CA) is a Vancouver based artist and musician whose work explores the representation of domestic landscapes of virtual and real environments. Her work draws on a variety of formats including photography, video, 3D, animated gifs, sound, digital image making and live performance. She is a member of the online art collective Computers Club and the band Tremblexy.
    Ludy holds a BFA in New Media from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has widely exhibited in the U.S. and internationally including Oslo 10 (CH), Jacob's Island (UK), Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery/Klaus.net (Online), The Sunday Painter (UK), 319 Scholes (US), Cinemateca Brasileira (BR), The Berkeley Art Museum (US), The Luminary Center for the Arts (US), Hex Gallery (US), bubblebyte.org (Online), Armory show via Rhizome at the New Museum (US), Dazed Live Festival (UK), Chicago Cultural Center (US), Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (US). Her work has been featured on Rhizome, Art Fag City, ARTINFO, VVork, The Creators Project, Today and Tomorrow, Triangulation Blog and Dazed and Confused.


    Austin Meredith (b. 1981 in Birmingham, AL.) is an artist and musician currently living and working in Los Angeles, CA. After receiving a BFA in Film, Video, and New Media from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago he moved to Los Angeles where he has worked in various capacities as an editor, composer, sound engineer, director, and producer. Clients and collaborators have included artists such as Doug Aitken (Sleepwalkers, Migration, House, Black Mirror, Song1), Kerry Tribe (Last Soviet, H.M.), Sara Ludy (Tremblexy), Kenneth Anger, etc.


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  4. Video by Jonathan McCabe, Remix by Jason Forrest

    Jonathan McCabe is interested in the mechanisms of pattern formation in nature, and their emulation for use art and design. He has been investigating the use of Turing patterns for generative art since 2008, with an emphasis on combining pattern forming Turing instabilities at multiple scales to produce almost fractal Turing patterns. He is interested in finding applications for his techniques via collaborations. He lives in Canberra, Australia, and is lucky enough to be working at the National Library of Australia, supporting the collection and preservation of digital works. His parter Kate is very supportive of his art making activities and is constantly bombarded with "Look what I made!".
    He has a website at jonathanmccabe.com


    Jason Forrest is an electronic musician working in a variety of styles. He is also founder and Creative Director at Network Awesome, an online TV Network, and runs two record labels, Nightshifters (for club music) and Cock Rock Disco (for experimental sounds). He’s a busy guy.

    His sample-based music has been a pioneering force in the experimental music community since 1999. His new album, “The Everything” is his 5th full-length album and continues the creative and musical direction of his critically acclaimed 2005 album "Shamelessly Exciting".

    Forrest currently resides in Berlin with his wife Jen Ray. He has released records in the US, UK, EU, and Japan, has played on 5 continents and many, many shows around the world garnering him a large international audience along the way.


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  5. Video by Peter Burr, Remix by Daron Murphy

    Peter Burr (b. 1980) is an artist from Brooklyn, NY, USA. His work often reconfigures media from the late 1980's and early 1990's, his own formative years in America. Using mass-market iconography as a backdrop, Burr touches upon a lurking emptiness looking forward and remembering back. He is the founder of Cartune Xprez, an animation project that is part video label, part live theater, part weird gang, and part touring road show. His work has been presented in a variety of spaces worldwide including floating cinemas, cartoon schools, outdoor squats, libraries, and national museums.

    Daron Murphy

    Daron Murphy is a composer, musician, activist, and writer based in Brooklyn, NY. He scores films (The End of America, MoveOn: The Movie), makes progressive online videos and TV commercials with his production group (Art Not War) and plays guitar and harmonica in a psychedelic blues band called The Little Death.

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Plink Flojd

David Quiles Guilló Plus

—What is Plink Flojd?
Plink Flojd is a super audio/visual collective started by David Quiles Guilló with co-founders Yoshi Sodeoka and Eric Mast AKA E*Rock. We collaborate with artists from all over the World and premiered our first installment of videos…

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—What is Plink Flojd?
Plink Flojd is a super audio/visual collective started by David Quiles Guilló with co-founders Yoshi Sodeoka and Eric Mast AKA E*Rock. We collaborate with artists from all over the World and premiered our first installment of videos at NOVA®, in São Paulo, Brazil, in the spring of 2012.

—The name sounds like Pink Floyd. Is this just another tribute project?
Not at all, it’s more than that. Although we were originally inspired by Pink Floyd, we take the homage to the next level and make a new art form. Some of our works show traces of the influences of Pink Floyd, some show none. Anything goes with Plink Flojd.

—Will you guys only be making videos?
Hopefully not. We are planning to expand. Some of the projects might surface as installations, live performances, conceptual art, etc. You name it. If the idea is right, we will do it.

—Who are the collaborators?
Akin, Andrew Benson, Peter Burr, Cristopher Cichocki, Theodore Darst, Jeromie Dorrance, Droid-ON, Manuel Fernández, Gusti Fink, Jason Forrest, Tony Halmos, Rollin Leonard, Sara Ludy, Shane McAdams, Rea McNamara, Jonathan McCabe, Austin Meredith, A. Bill Miller, Lorna Mills, Brenna Murphy, Daron Murphy, David Oppenheim, Sabrina Ratte, Jimmy Joe Roche, Alexander Peverett, Redsmoke, Jeremy Rotsztain, Strange Forces, Roger Tellier-Craig, V5MT, Kyle Warfield, Xavier Valentine, Mario Zoots, with many more to come in the near future...

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