One of the most highly respected acts in both techno and industrial circles, Orphx have been developing their signature fusion of hypnotic rhythms and experimental noise for over twenty years. Using modular and analog synthesizers, software, location recordings and feedback circuits, Rich Oddie and Christina Sealey draw upon the darker, psychedelic fringes of techno and electro, and combine these elements with the experimental aesthetics and themes of early industrial music. Oddie and Sealey have performed throughout Europe and North America, appearing at celebrated venues like Berghain and Tresor, and international festivals such as Movement and Mutek. Their live appearances are renowned for delivering improvised performances that combine software with modular synthesizer and other hardware.
Jackie Levitt (jaxamuse) is a visual artist, educator, and community organizer. She uses light, video, illustrations, and live visual mixing software to augment and transform architectural and sculptural spaces. Her work focuses on layering connections between sight and sound and between the natural and built environment. She uses her work to temporarily transform a relatively neutral space into a place where people can connect, share, and play.