1. Video by V5MT, Remix by Xavier Valentine


    Małgosia Woźnica aka V5MT is a visual artist based in Poland. With the use of the different digital mediums she creates breakthrough visual effects and dreamy atmospheres, usually underlined with the music produced by the artists she collaborates with.



    Xavier Valentine

    Xavier Valentine, also known as Sofia Reta is an interdisciplinary artist currently living and working in Baltimore, MD. he has exhibited his time based work internationally and is currently writing and producing an opera.


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  2. Video and Remix by Tony Halmos and Rea McNamara

    Tony Halmos and Rea McNamara have collaborated on numerous projects in recent years, incorporating live performance and costume, recorded music, sound-collage, video, animation, print design, and social experimentation. They live, work and play primarily in Toronto, Canada.


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  3. Video by Alexander Peverett, Remix by Roger Tellier-Craig

    Alexander Peverett

    Alexander Peverett (b.1976) is a British multi-disciplinary artist and electronic & computer musician. He resides in Sendai, Japan and Brighton, England. Over the past two decades his work has explored the disciplines of, and relationships between: electronic and computer music, video art, audio-visual performance, multi-media installation, procedural art and computer graphic paintings.

    Informed by the traditions of perceptual art, british constructivism, systemic & modular painting and electronic & computer music, along with the pioneering ages of video synthesis, computer art and video gaming, his progressive exploration of systems based processes and an often hyper vivid synthetic aesthetic provides a unifying foundation for his wide range of creative works.

    His studio practice utilises and unifies electronic sound and image making hardware and software from the past 40 years with modern technologies, blending both outdated and contemporary tools and techniques in an optimistic exercise in producing a timeless form of electronic art.

    His electronic & computer music compositions, most commonly published under the name of "Team Doyobi" and produced in collaboration with Chris Gladwin, have been released on Skam Recordings, 12k, Line, Alku, Tigerbeat6 and most recently on his own anglo-japanese electronic music company, Icasea.


    He is a contributing member of the online art collective Computers Club and enjoys continuing collaboration with a number of artists, most recently setting up a creative partnership with one of his long term collaborators Takashi Aoki.

    He has shown work at London's Tate Modern, The International Symposium on Electronic Art, All Tomorrows Parties, Sheffield's Lovebytes Festival, Tokyo Designers Week, Bios Festival, Todays Art, OneDotZero, Bring Your Own Beamer and Barcelons's Sonar Festival amongst others.


    Roger Tellier-Craig

    Roger Tellier-Craig is a Montreal-based electronic musician obsessed with the history of electronic sound whose work revisits an array of approaches and technologies. Working with digital tools such as granular synthesis and sampling, as well as with computer controlled analog synthesizers, he hopes to develop an aesthetic that hints at some unknown and impossible memories. He has been working very closely with Sabrina Ratté, providing the soundtrack to most of her videos, as well as the audio portion of their audio-visual duo, Le Révélateur. He has released a number of records under this name on Root Strata, Gneiss Things and NNA Tapes.


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  4. Video and Remix by David Oppenheim

    David Oppenheim is an artist / musician living and working in Tel-Aviv.
    Heading the label Heart & Crossbone [HCBrecords.com] his work can be seen @ day-dream.com.


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  5. Video by Manuel Fernández, Remix by Droid-ON

    Manuel Fernández is a spanish artist based in Madrid. His artistic practice begins at the border of art, popular culture and Internet.

    He work with a wide range of media including: painting, website, animated gif, installation, photography, video and print. His notable pieces include QR Calligraphy, Two Hundred and Sixteen Colors, On Kawara Time Machine, Ants and most recently Broken Gradients.

    Fernández has several works at the Artbase of Rhizome at the New Museum NYC and has been exhibited in the Americas, Europe and Asia, including Pompidou Center, Paris, Bronx Art Space, New York, The Photographers Gallery, London, The White House Studio Project, Toronto, Shangai Art Museum and the Triennale di Milano.

    Manuel has received numerous awards for his work, including Carmen Arozena Prize, Madrid, Projecte Capella Intervention Prize, Palma de Mallorca, and Castellón Expanded Painting Prize.

    Fernández is founder and curator of Domain Gallery a web based gallery focused on digital and internet based works. His work have been featured in multiple outlets, including spanish newspaper El País, trend magazine Notodo, Triangulation Blog and Minus Space Blog, New York, among others.

    Manuel Fernández is represented by Galería Adriana Suárez, Gijón, Spain, and Domain Gallery on Internet.

    Primitive technology is alive. Droid-ON is a Brazilian chipmusic project, based on the low-tech production,
    inspired by the jungle wilderness and the old-computer scrap. Since 2008 making music with videogame trackers, the obsolete softwares, progressing to handheld devices, the micro-machines. The project challenges the planned obsolescence and claims to be equal among hi-tech producers, although this boundarie is still on debate. The live performance is enhanced with Escaphandro Visuals, displaying pixelart and symbolic images, mixed with inspiring glitches.

    Co-founder of the first chipmusic collective net-label in Brazil,
    Chippanze.org. wich gather and distributes chipmusic releases from
    here and around the world.

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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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