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Jaywalking Frequencies

An evening of live experimental music/visuals from ambient to noise. Custom built /DIY electronics.

suggested donation $15 (Cash or Venmo)

-Eva Sjuve (Sweden)


Eva is a sound/ media artist working with interactive technologies for urban spaces and for live performance. Her most recent work is Metopia, a series of sonifications of pollution data of urban atmospheres, using interfaces with machine learning. Interfaces to sense electro-magnetic propagation in atmospheres for music expression is another series of musical instruments of her making. Her work has been included in festivals and exhibits, including CAEIT Experiments in Art, Information and Technology, CalArts, The Museum of Contemporary Arts, Chicago, Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland, the City Exhibition Hall, Sydney, Aether Fest, CYNETart, and Electric Rainbow Coalition Festival.

-Dok Gregory (NYC)


Dok has been composing, performing and recording experimental electronic music since 1983. He is a member of seminal NYC based audio/visual group Amoeba Technology since 1997 and new era psychedelic band Plan 23 since 2011. He has toured and performed in festivals throughout the United States, Europe, Russia and South America and has had recorded works released in most of the same. Dok’s audio-visual works have been featured in programs at the Forum Des Images in Paris, Basel Art Fair in Switzerland, The Kitchen, Lincoln Center and Experimental Intermedia in NYC. He has also toured and collaborated extensively as a member of Byzantine Art Punk Ensemble / Psychic TV /Zero Gravity Thinkers / Sewer Rats BK /Telesmatic Sound Box / Peter Stampfel & The Atomic Meta Pagans / and is a member of the 23 Windows Art Collective.

-Geoff Matters (NYC)

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Geoff Matters works with sound and light. You may have run into him shredding with his electronic punk band, projecting decorations around galleries and parties, experimenting his way through a dance performance soundtrack, or plugging you in at your local jam session.

-Fumi Matters (NYC)
Fumi Matters entertains with video, blending analog and digital traditions.