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Zeroh

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In a collaborative pairing zeroh have created a visual accompaniment to the Vile Electrodes performance as a one off part of Thee Sunday Sonics 2019 warming up for The BBC Radio Phonic workshop. Zeroh have created a unique piece of visual art that will be projected above the band on a huge 23 meter screen which will wrap around and above the audience.
The visual projection is pre-made for the event and will provide a backdrop to the dark beats of the Vile Electrodes 45 minute set. “we ha...

In a collaborative pairing zeroh have created a visual accompaniment to the Vile Electrodes performance as a one off part of Thee Sunday Sonics 2019 warming up for The BBC Radio Phonic workshop. Zeroh have created a unique piece of visual art that will be projected above the band on a huge 23 meter screen which will wrap around and above the audience.
The visual projection is pre-made for the event and will provide a backdrop to the dark beats of the Vile Electrodes 45 minute set. “we have not done any visuals like this for a little while” said Dan and Neil “ its great to be working on a set list and responding creatively to their music, its a heavy workload to create 45 minute piece but we do enjoy the pressure and creativity in equal measures”.
Daniel Hardiker and Neil Hetherington (zeroh) are St Leonards based visual artist working in a variety of mediums. They have a legacy of collaborative projects in the area working with artists such as Andrew Kotting, the film maker, Riz Maslen (Neotropic) and a host of other artist from various disciplines. They recently animated the led lights at Bottle Alley creating an audio reactive installation in the 500 meter space.
zeroh have been making visuals for almost 20 years, they have created visual sequences to accompany music for a wide range of musical artists including:
Christian Vogel and Jamie Lidell/ The Who/ Kate Tempest and Poppy.