Latitude [31°10N /121°28E] + Tekton Performance

D-Fuse (Mike Faulkner, Matthias Kispert, Paul Mumford and Toby Harris)

7/10/2015 - 7/10/2015

D-Fuse performance at the Peirce Studio (click for directions)

Facebook event HERE

July 10th, after the Gallery Crawl

9:30pm doors, 10pm performance

$10 at the door

Cash bar inside.

To celebrate the opening of Pattern & Noise at Wood Street Galleries , D-Fuse will perform two A/V shows:
“Latitude [31°10N /121°28E],” a sonic cinema journey through Chinese urban landscapes, and “Tekton,” a live re-imagining of D-Fuse’s exhibition.

Peirce Studio, 805-807  Liberty Avenue (Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Education & Community Engagement Building, basement level)

Pattern & Noise is D-Fuse’s first solo exhibition in
the US. Artists Mike Faulkner, Matthias Kispert, Paul
Mumford and Toby Harris use the two floors of the
gallery to explore the different themes central to
their work: Small Global, on the 3rd floor, focuses
on data visualisation in relation to environmental
issues and global interdependency, while Tekton,
on the 2nd floor, references their roots in audiovisual
culture, exploring the spatio-temporal
qualities of light and motion.
D-Fuse are a LDN-based artist collective with more than
15 years of history in installation, film, experimental
documentary, photography, live cinema performance
and architectural projects. Their work has been
shown internationally, including Prix Ars Electronica
(Linz), Mori Arts Center (Tokyo), TriBeCa Film Festival
(NYC) and many others. The D-Fuse-edited book
VJ: Audiovisual Art and VJ Culture was published by
Laurence King in 2007. In recent years much of their
practice has focused on environmental issues.