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Milo Reinhardt is an emerging multidisciplinary artist studying Digital Technologies in Design Art Practice at Concordia University. His work currently engages with a range of installation projects including audio-visual interactivity, experimental sound composition, immersive environments, and projection mapping. As an electronic musician, he produces as /||\||\ and as one half of the duo Sibian & Faun. Reinhardt has participated in a Red Bull Music Academy residency and has exhibited work and performed at Perte de Signal, galerie FOFA, Société des Arts Technologiques, and The Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal.

Teo Zamudio is a Montreal based artist and designer who has shown at the Mexico Museo Tamayo 15th Biennial and is responsible for creating the identity and branding for Infinite Machine and Secret Songs. In 2013 he co-founded with Anjela Freyja, Freyja & Zamudio a Design Firm. Recent projects include projections, branding and web development for Sibian & Faun, Ryan Hemsworth, Secret Songs, Tiga, and Turbo Recordings.

Xavier León is a producer, composer and sound artist from Montreal, Canada. He is a student of electroacoustics at Concordia University, an alumni of the Red Bull Music Academy and currently runs a music studio for youth. He produces as one half of Sibian & Faun, Xavier León and under his newest alias, Witnessing.

Performances MUTEK

Montréal 2021

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Antilogy

Antilogy is an immersive performance designed for the Satosphere in which spatialized audio, 360 video, and virtual reality converge with live sound performances and, for the first time for the collective, choreographed movement created by Paige Culley. Unveiling the sonic and visual worlds of Valeda, /||\||\, Witnessing and Teo Zamudio, Antilogy conjures an alternate reality that draws the viewer deep into a story exploring consciousness and the interrelated dimensions of our shared existence.

In collaboration with the Society for Arts and Technology
Project funded by Canada Council for the Arts and the Conseil des arts de Montréal

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