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March 3, 2009

Alex and Martha Nicoloff to show work at Bay Area Visual Music meetup, March 12

Filed under: — tjt @ 9:00 pm

Longtime YLEM members Alex and Martha Nicoloff will be showing their work (visuals generated with sunlight and prisms) at the next meeting of the Bay Area Visual Music Meetup.   The meeting will also include a live performance by Scott Davey (visuals) and Lx Rudis (music) .  A unique aspect of this performance is that Scott’s visuals will be transmitted live over the network from Sacramento.

The meeting will be at the New Nothing Cinema (16 Sherman St, San Francisco) at 8pm on March 12.  Complete details can be found at the Bay Area Visual Music calendar.


Together with his wife Martha, Alex Nicoloff, based in Berkeley, California, creates environments consisting of sunlight, prisms, the spectrum and sound. They convert scientific principles and technological innovation into a variety of aesthetic formats. Their focus involves the organization in video of visual energies released by means of improvisation and orchestration. Here’s an article about their work.

Scott Davey is a musician and visual artist living in Sacramento. He is again involved, both live and remote, in an improvisational abstract cinema project with LX Rudis called Live Feed. In addition to that he plays in a rock ‘n roll band called Lost Lake, records solo as Tackhammer, and teaches learning disabled elementary school students.

lx rudis is a new media producer and live performer with roots in san francisco’s art-punk-industrial movement. mostly known for his work in videogames and related technology, lx also is a prolific experimental artist who works comfortably in a wide range of disciplines; from audio/video synthesis to social computing.

Complete details on the evening be found at the Bay Area Visual Music calendar.

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