Multimedia musician Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky takes us on a journey through the history of the Internet. Mixing and mashing patterns in data and music, he presents an audio-visual experience called “Quantopia” — a portrait of the Internet in sound.
PAUL D. MILLER, AKA DJ SPOOKY, IS A COMPOSER, MULTIMEDIA ARTIST, AND WRITER WHOSE WORK IMMERSES AUDIENCES IN A BLEND OF GENRES, GLOBAL CULTURE, AND ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL ISSUES.
During Paul’s ARTEC Air cloud based residency, he will undertake the artistic research project ‘Virtual Antartica”.
DJ Spooky has participated in a series curated by Bloomberg Media and Hyundai Technologies for their inaugural ART + TECHNOLOGY Series. The other participants are renowned video artist from China, Lu Yang and James Coupe.
Sponsored by the Georgetown University Departments of African American Studies and Performing Arts and the Racial Justice Institute
The Racial Justice: Art(s) and Activism lecture series, honors Georgetown University’s recent initiative to highlight art, activism and racial justice by focusing on work by literary, visual and performance artists whose art serves the ongoing struggle to produce new forms of racial freedom.
DJ Spooky has joined the film We Rise Up as an Executive Producer.
WeRiseUp amplifies the cultural movement that where we all RiseUP together. WeRiseUP invites everyone to get connected, take action, and make a difference. Get involved with opportunities to create positive change in your life, community, school, work, and around the world.
DJ Spooky has completed music for the new Henry Louis Gates film “Reconstruction” that focuses on the aftermath of the Civil War and the massive disenfranchisement of African Americans that occurred in the wake of the war. The film will air April 9th & 16th, 2019. Check out the trailer!