Victoria Keddie and Rose Kallal, who compose and perform for electronic synthesizers and work with analog film and video, are performing together for the third time, creating an immersive audio and visual experience focusing on elemental emergence and collapse. Their collaboration started with the Modular Solstice Festival in 2014 and continued in 2017 at the 360° David Rubenstein Atrium, Lincoln Center in collaboration with Lyles and King Gallery and NADA.
Victoria Keddie is an artist, working with electronic sound and video, transmission and sounding space/s. She is the co-director of E.S.P. TV, a nomadic TV studio and cable access serial that realizes synthetic environments and deconstructs the televisual for live performance. She performs live productions with commissioned compositions, and will be premiering new work as part of an exhibition at Køs Museum, Denmark (December 2022 – June 2023), and has a solo exhibition forthcoming with Fridman Gallery to coincide with a limited edition vinyl release (November 2022). She is a NYSCA/ NYFA fellow in Sound/ Music, 2022.
Rose Kallal is a multi-disciplinary installation and performance artist using video synthesis, 16mm film and electronic sound. Her projection installations, incorporating cycling patterns and animations along with analog modular synthesizer soundtracks, connect to film and video work from the past century and its rapid technological obsolescence. Her sound works have been released on UK label We Can Elude Control.
Individually, their work has been presented at Performa Arts, The Swiss Institute, Pioneer Works, Issue Project Room, The Kitchen, Museum of Moving Image, The Museum of Art and Design, Pace Gallery, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, MoMA PS1,Lyles and King Gallery, LOOP Festival (Barcelona), Reykjavik Arts Festival (Reykjavik), General Public (Berlin),The Barbican (London), CA2M Museum (Madrid), Center for Contemporary Art (Glasgow, UK), and many other festivals and organizations.