Paulo Raposo+Andy Graydon
Paulo Raposo (electronics)/Jeremy Bernstein (video)/John Grzinich (sounds)
Andy Graydon (video & live sound piece "(ten frames align on the) Focal Plane")
Paulo Raposo is a sound and media artist based in Lisbon, Portugal.
After studies of philosophy and cinema in Lisbon, he has been working in the medium of live electronic and computer sound. His work explores the inter-relationships and displacements between digital process and architectural spaces, using computer and custom-built software to create abstract and delicate soundscapes. Since the late nineties, he started also exploring intersections between sound and image taking advantage of the digital medium real-time possibilities, both in solo performances and collaborative work.
He performed and colaborated with Janek Schaefer, Jason Kahn, Kaffe Mathews, Marc Behrens, Jgrzinich, Zbigniew Karkowski, Matt Rogalski, Carlos Santos, Carlos Zíngaro, Christopher Murphy, Koji Asano, Sara Kolster and others.
Andy Graydon is a film and video maker and sound artist based in New York City. His work focuses on the problems and potentials in the interaction of sound and image. Taking the form of videos, live video mixes, sound works, music and movement performances, and installations, this work explores the boundary zones between performance and exhibition, liveness and mediation, presence and deferral.