VJ Lady Firefly is happy to be a part of the 5th Annual Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival in Brooklyn NY. For 2 days, Mean Red put on a multi venue multi artist celebration which included the visual artistry of numerous VJs and video artists as curated by Paul Amitai. Props to the visual artists who participated:
Nuit Blanche New York – Music Hall
CHiKA – Music Hall
Fever Creative – Music Hall
Volvox – Public Assembly, outside N. 6th and Kent Street locations
LoVid – Brooklyn Bowl / Cameo
Jakob Dwight – Brooklyn Bowl / Cameo
Angie Eng – Brooklyn Bowl / Cameo
Nils – collaboration with Nuit Blanche at Music Hall
Nick Fox-Gieg – Pubic Assembly
VJ Lady Firefly – Public Assembly / Brooklyn Bowl
Nuit Blanche New York will create an immersive multi-screen video and lighting installation at Music Hall of Williamsburg featuring live VJ sets and sound-reactive visuals.
CHiKA is an internationally known VJ and interactive visual artist, whose work has been shown at the Hammer Museum, San Francisco Art Institute, and The Museum of Modern Art. She will perform live visuals that combine minimalist geometric patterns with bold color and graphic design.
Fever Creative is a New York-based agency with a skill for building amazing party experiences. For BEMF, they will present Fever Karaoke, a zany party game that combines madlibs with video karaoke.
Jakob Dwight is a visual artist working in video and painting, who will present a series of hypnotic and beautiful glitch videos that blend organic elements with heavy visual effects processing.
Angie Eng is a Paris-based media artist who works in video, installation, and performance. She will present a selection of richly multi-layered video mixes culled from her live VJ performances.
LoVid is an interdisciplinary artist duo composed of Tali Hinkis and Kyle Lapidus who work in live video installations, sculptures, digital prints, patchworks, media projects, performances, and video recordings. They will present a video selection of their glitched-out experiments with broken or hacked computers.
VolvoxLabs is a VFX and projection design studio based in Brooklyn, dedicated to liberating pixels out of the main frame into festivals, events, and streets. Volvox will create a series of outdoor installations and live visuals at the venues.
Nils is an engineer and artist from Dortmund, Germany. He performs live visuals employing custom software to create immersive experiences usually stripping visual elements down to their bare minimum. His work has been shown at the Tate Modern London, KL Auschwitz, and recently at the Tribeca 92Y.
Nick Fox-Gieg is an animator based in Toronto and New York. His film “The Orange” won the jury prize for Best Animated Short at SXSW 2010; his films have also screened at the Ottawa, Rotterdam, and Tribeca film festivals, at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, and on CBC TV. Nick will mix painterly live visuals at Public Assembly.
VJ LADY FIREFLY
VJ Lady Firefly creates original video content and VJs with her unique electrorganic style of vibrant, energetic, and beautiful visuals. Her experimental visual piece, Glowing Tree, will be projected during the Festival at Public Assembly and Brooklyn Bowl.