EMILY BAILEY presents SLEEP
London based artist filmmaker, Emily Bailey creates both single screen and installation work that uses a hybrid of digital and analogue film and video techniques. She works also works with musicians to create realtime visual performances. The visual translation of sound and music is of utmost importance to her practice. Bailey’s process-based practice explores areas of neuropsychology and phenomenology that focus on altered states of consciousness.
Bailey’s work has been performed and screened at numerous festivals and music events across the country.
SLEEP is an audiovisual painting made from digitised 16mm film and is projection mapped onto a geometrically shaped screen (a pattern regularly seen during altered states of consciousness). The work is the culmination of two years of research into the different stages of sleep and dreaming. The structure is based upon hypnograms from the DREAMS database and the narrative draws upon personal experiences. The soundscape has been created by composer, Capa’s Jump.
MOUSEONTHETELLY VJ COLLECTIVE
VJ SET + LIVE PERCUSSIONS
VJ Mouseonthetelly, aka Mandi Peers, has been creating and displaying her unique visuals at club nights, live music concerts, and theatrical events since 2008. Her visual style can be funny, provocative, relaxing, dark, cheerful, cute, or erotic.
In 2011 VJ Mouseonthetelly became Mouseonthetelly VJ Collective, as she began to do live shows with other VJ’s, rather than performing alone and is currently working with The Big Everything.
Mandi is a full-time wheelchair user, artist, and avid music fan. She creates a lot of her visuals, which often feature dancers, including herself, doing wheelchair dancing, and other disability-positive imagery.
VJ Ka_Coffiney adds movement and colour to the noise. He brings cartoon mash-ups, retro gaming, smooth abstract and sound reactive visuals to your eyeballs. Having previously worked with a plethora of musicians and festivals in Australia to create something a little extra; he’s looking forward to bringing the Aussie style to London.
AUDIOVISUALCITY presented by MARCO SAVO
Audiovisual City is an online magazine of Audiovisual culture. Since its creation at the end of 2011, they have been building the most important database of artists and events interested in the relationship between sound and image.