HALLOWEEN PARTY IN THE SATOSPHERE
Our Halloween party is back under the Satosphere dome on Friday Nov.1st.
Get your costumes ready!
DJs ► Veronica Vasicka (NYC) + Kehdo (TOR) + Matthew Salaciak (MTL)
360° VISUALS ► Jason Voltaire (MTL) + Félix Félix Gourd Gourd (MTL)
Friday November 1st – 10pm – Satosphere
In the Quartier des spectacles.
Veronica Vasicka is a photographer, record label founder, radio and club DJ. She is the founder of Minimal Wave Records, a record label focused on obscure electronic music from the 1970s and 1980s as well as its sub label Cititrax, a platform for newer artists.
Kehdo is a Toronto-based dancefloor facilitator. As a DJ, she leans on rubbery techno, electro syncopation, and squeeky acid, unifying with the sounds with grit and static. The dizzier the better. As a programmer, she’s been behind the scenes with both the On Earth crew and Toronto’s 2018 and 2019 Nano Mutek showcases. Catch her mixes alongside special guests and the OE angels on their Rádio Quântica monthly.
Artist from Montreal’s venerable Temple Records, M. Salaciak has released records as Variant and has made a name for himself as a mainstay in Montreal’s local electronic scene for both his DJ sets and analogue-intensive Live performances.
Félix Félix Félix Gourd Gourd’s practice oscillates between light installation, 3D animation, sculpture and video-scenography. Fascinated by spatial-temporal dimensions, he sees light as an element capable of transcending space and time. For him, light is a material for cutting, moving and transforming darkness. The content he creates on screen is experimental, sometimes humorous but always strange: a journey through worlds lost between fantasy and digital.
Jason Voltaire is an interdisciplinary artist based in Montreal. Always in search of new methods to craft video, Voltaire’s work touches upon motion graphics design as well a 3D graphics and programming. He is heavily interested in breathing an auratic essence into his workflow all the while keeping it concise. He often refers back to the past but re-contextualises it to have his say within contemporary conversations.