Project Description

D-Fuse are a London-based artist collective who work across a range of media. Founded in the mid-1990s by Michael Faulkner, D-Fuse’s output encompasses installations, film, experimental documentary, photography, live cinema performances and architectural projects. Beginning in graphic and web design and VJing, D-Fuse’s work has evolved to address social and environmental themes and explore collaborative processes.

Besides work with groundbreaking musicians from a wide range of genres including Steve Reich, Beck, Hauschka, Scanner andSwayzak, much of D-Fuse’s output since 2004 includes sound and music by audio director Matthias Kispert.

Their work has been shown internationally, including SFMOMA, WRO Festival [Wroclaw], Prix Ars Electronica [Linz], Sonar [Barcelona],onedotzero Festivals, Eyebeam and TriBeCa Film Festival [NYC], MU and STRPFestival [Eindhoven], Lisbon and Valencia Bienniale, Moscow Architectural Biennale, and many others. The D-Fuse-edited book VJ: Audiovisual Art and VJ Culture was published by Laurence King in 2007.

Audiovisual Performances


AV performance
Chica Fabrica

inspired by the world of women in the history, shows her special vision of life


AV performance
Seb Marx

With his analogue synths and drum machines Seb builds tunes on the fly accompanied by synchronised visuals.


Fall & Feel

Digital mantra that explores the relationship between the fast society and nature.


Latitude / Particle

Live cinema performance Latitude [31°10N/121°28E] is inspired by the notion of drifting through the city - a journey through the land and soundscapes of China, following the emotive and sublime qualities of spaces that surround us.


Masks of Light

A journey through a series of abstract landscapes, changing the mood along with the music. Throughout the set, intricate, pattern-like creatures appear in time with the music, pulsing and evolving in a hypnotic way.