February 9, 2016
Multi-disciplinary artist shares intimate live show.
Last year, The Vinyl Factory teamed up with Whitechapel Gallery in east London to curate the Music For Museums series, that saw the likes of Thurston Moore, Rhys Chatham, Florian Hecker and cyclo give intimate performances to just one hundred people within the gallery space.
Joining them was multi-disciplinary artist and producer Mark Fell, who presented is it raining in z-land, and a work from 2014, one dimensional music without context and meaning in the space, combining his experience as a producer with forward-thinking techno unit snd with his work as an installation artist, which often employs multiple speakers.
Bathing the room in complete darkness, Fell encircled the audience in speakers, creating an immersive, meditative environment that you can experience in the film above, captured with a thermal imaging camera.
Watch it above.