stud1nt is a multi-instrumental artist and DJ, born and bred in New York City. Informed by their training in jazz piano and guitar and early start sampling on turntables, their original productions and mixes live in-between the spontaneity of improvisation and acute harmonic and rhythmic composition. They create across genre with a penchant for the hypnotic low-end of club tracks and euphoric possibility of psychedelic riffs. A member of queer art collective #KUNQ, their sounds are also attentive to the politics of the body and socio-historical context. stud1nt has presented their workshop on creative approaches to production at Vassar College, the New School, and Recess Art. Their work has been featured inFACT Magazine, Pitchfork, MixMag, Resident Advisor, Rinse FM, and The Fader. Notable performances include sets at Boiler Room New York, MoMA PS1, GHE20G0TH1K, and the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival at Output.
Anne Vieux was born in Michigan and is currently based in New York. She received her MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art and her BFA in Painting and Art History at the Kansas City Art Institute. Vieux’s work has been exhibited at Annka Kultys Gallery, Good Weather Gallery, Brooklyn Academy of Music, and Cranbrook Museum of Art. Her printed work has been included in the library collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art. The material of Vieux’s video works involve recycled jpgs of her paintings. The videos are experiential, harkening to the hypnotic atmosphere of liquid light shows and screen savers. Through the mediation and repetition of information, a cycle is created where the boundaries between analog and virtual erode.