Friday, October 9th, 4:30 p.m EST
700 BLISS & PUSSYKREW PRESENT: SIGNIFICANT HARMONIES IN SPACE
Watch teaser here
Polish Cultural Institute New York is delighted to invite you to take part in the interactive project Significant Harmonies in Space by 700 Bliss & Pussykrew, which will be presented on October 9th at the UNSOUND: Intermission. The project is a teamwork of 700 Bliss (Moor Mother and DJ Haram), and New York filmmakers, visual artists Pussykrew.
The artists created a non-linear narrative work in which participants will be able to choose their own path. In this interactive journey, participants discover vast landscapes and various elements inspired by the music and lyrics of 700 Bliss. As this session takes place in a virtual environment, it requires participants to enter space on time. The environment will only be open for 60 minutes. The live game journey will take place on website. If the virtual environment is full, you can also watch on Twitch.
More about the artists:
700 Bliss is a collaborative experimental club project by Philadelphia artists DJ Haram and Moor Mother. Creatively connected since 2014, DJ Haram and Moor Mother met on the thriving arts and music scene in Philadelphia. The 700 Bliss music reflects an all-encompassing approach to style, filtering rap, noise, club and folk through modulated and distorted hardware samplers, with layered sounds balanced by gentle and amazing beats. They are working to create previously unheard melodies that fuel lyrics about struggle, subjugation and social alienation in an unjust world. Their debut EP was Spa 700, released by Halcyon Veil & Don Giovanni.
Ewelina Aleksandrowicz and Andrzej Wojtas are video directors and immersive media artists working under the moniker Pussykrew. Creating multimedia installations, audio-visual experiences, and sculptures, Pussykrew explores spaces in between digital and physical realms blending fluid identities and futuristic landscapes through experimentation with 3d animation and 3d scanning. Their fascination for virtual environments and physical experiences motivates them to play with deconstructed digital images and cinematic poetry, using the traditional language of painting. By merging with these various planes of reality, they create new forms that are constantly in the process of evolution.
Presented with the Unsound and Polish Cultural Institute New York, co-curated with Sonar +D as a part of We Are Europe collaboration program.