You Are Here

Diesel Denim Commissioned Art Installation & Set of Performances You Are Here - architecture, retail, and locality:  an art installation and live audio/video performance curated by Sebastien Agneessens of Formavision, contemplating the neighborhood of SoHo and the nature of shopping and retail design, created for the Diesel Denim Gallery, a clothing store where 70% of the space is devoted to the presentation of art, and which is located in the SoHo neighborhood of New York City. Shopping can be a disorienting experience when we are offered so many possibilities regarding place, design, and personal style. Have we found the right place to fulfill our dreams? Where are we in local, architectural, geographical, virtual, and cultural terms when we are wandering around in Soho, shopping? The project gathers the mediatic traces, then lays it all out for you.…

Bounce at the Bronx Museum of the Arts/ Last Night a DJ Saved My Life

Live Video Projections Including Live Filter Effects and Pre-Created Content "Bounce" the Museum's monthly Friday night party series, is a featured program of Performance LAB the LAB extends the Museum's exploration of contemporary cultural production into alternative and experimental art forms. "Bounce" is presented in conjunction with the exhibition "One Planet Under a Groove: Hip Hip and Contemporary Art." It brings DJ and club culture vibe into the Museum, blending urban lifestyles with an eclectic mix of music, live performance, video, and new media projects. DJ's include Kid Capri, DJ Hollywood, DJ Grandwizzard Theodore, Doug E., DJ Rekha, Beverly Bond, Kuttin Kandi, and more. BOUNCE AT THE BRONX MUSEUM Live Video Projections - Paul Clay

Miho Miho Fashion Show and Afterparty

Live Video Projections including live filter effects and pre-edited content – Paul Clay Presented at the Point Gallery, New York. This first miho miho fashion show was produced by the art curator Sebastian Agnessen. Inspired by Bollywood music, Miho Nikaido created a fun, playful and very flirty collection. The show was documented and aired by NHK TV Japan. Live video projections for the event and afterparty created by Paul Clay of Fictive.

So that You Could See Us Coming

Set DesignContemporary Dance. Created by David Neumann in collaboration with Laurie Anderson.  Face the Music and Dance, modern choreographers and contemporary musicians in commissioned world premiere collaboration, Symphony Space New York City.

To Lie Tenderly

Set and Video Projections DesignContemporary Dance. Choreographed by David Dorfman. David Dorfman Dance. Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM).

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