Keith Fullerton Whitman
Keith Fullerton Whitman is a composer and performer currently based in Brooklyn. Active from the early 90’s on while working towards completing a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Synthesis at Boston’s Berklee College of Music, Keith began exploring electronic music’s many facets, yielding dozens of recordings for influential labels worldwide. Over the past 20+ years, Keith has given over 500 performances – everything from solemn held-tones to pointillist reckless-abandon – at venues ranging from “Punk” basements to some of the most celebrated European & North-American art & music festival stages, recently at the GRM’s Immersion festival in Paris, MaerzMusik’s The Long Now in Berlin, and at the Don Buchla Memorial Concerts in San Francisco, having shared the stage with icons such as Oren Ambarchi, Lawrence English, Terry Riley, Charlemagne Palestine and Deerhunter. We’re looking forward to host him at ALICE, where he will perform a quadraphonic set.
Zeno van den Broek
Zeno van den Broek is a Dutch-born, Copenhagen-based composer and artist. Van den Broek works in a multi-sensory way to research and express physical, social and acoustic notions. He utilises audiovisual means to create site and concept specific works. This trans-disciplinary method has a strong conceptual foundation, originating from a background in architecture, which enables Zeno to comprehend and reveal the richness and complexity of spatial, visceral and physical perception. He works with a characteristic artistic language based on minimalist and fundamental elements such as sine waves, lines, noise and grids. Zeno van den Broek will perform his multi-sensory works at ALICE.