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MUTEK presents Fractal Fantasy

MUTEK presents Fractal Fantasy
MUTEK presents Fractal Fantasy

Friday, June 10, 2022
22:00 Montréal time

OASIS immersion


(taxes and fees included)

In collaboration with OASIS immersion

Doors open at 9:30 pm
OASIS immersion
- 301 rue Saint-Antoine Ouest
40$ (all fees included)
** Final sale. No backpacks in the room. Coat check available.
* An eco-fee of $1.50 for each ticket will be donated to the Planetair reforestation project, a MUTEK partner since 2011.

About the artists

Sinjin Hawke & Zora Jones (CA/QC) (Live)
Sinjin Hawke's innovative club productions draw from the complex rhythms of grime, footwork, contemporary rap, and the fluidity and grandeur of classical music. Along with frequent collaborator Zora Jones, Hawke is the co-founder of the audio-visual platform Fractal Fantasy. Together, the duo creates interactive online installations that are as mind-bending as their music.

M. Bootyspoon (CA/QC) (Live)
A Montréal DJ with a razor-sharp sense of fun, Martyn “M.” Bootyspoon is dedicated to turning genre conventions inside out and updating their exteriors for the Internet age. Bootyspoon’s blend of raunchy house and the digital slick club has enamoured dance floors worldwide, earning him his rightful title of Rave Lothario.

Zaya Solange (CA/QC) (Live)
A New York native based in Montréal, Zaya Solange’s ethereal voice has a transcendent quality that reflects her identity, from her time spent at Tam Tams on Mont-Royal to her Haitian roots.

Juju Le Moko (CA/QC) (DJ set)
Juju Le Moko’s unbridled sound has been brewing in the city's local clubs and parties. His DJ style incorporates electronic rave sounds, Afro Caribbean grooves, and an 808 cadence.

Gabe Liberti (US) (visuels surround)
Gabe Liberti is a Brooklyn-based interactive installation artist and music producer. He is co-founder of Dave & Gabe, a studio dedicated to making physical experiences that are driven by audience participation.

About OASIS immersion

OASIS immersion is accessible to people with reduced mobility. Located on the ground floor of Palais des congrès de Montréal, near the South-West entrance (corner of Saint-Antoine Street and place Jean-Paul-Riopelle). Some scenes with loud or flashing lights can affect photosensitive people.

This project has been made possible by the Government of Canada.