night of visuals and music inspired from Canada's Left Coast - recent
Montreal emigres and former Vancouverites DJ Noah Pred, VJ chanti/lotuslab
and VJ cousinchang anchor this mix session of organic imagery and progressive
tech-house sounds. Visuals are to be an eclectic mix of original footage
(sans graphic elements), invoking the Left Coast's flavor of physical
movement and space, landscapes as mindscapes, and the pioneer spirit
from the rockies to the great plains. Representing Montreal's internationally-acclaimed
Consigned Recordings, Noah Pred is set to create a lush musical backdrop
that mirrors the multicultural wilderness of the increasingly high-tech
West Coast and environs. Open to other Left Coasters by appointment.
Hailing from Canada's West Coast, Noah Pred emerged from Vancouver's
underground as a sought-after techno DJ with a sophisticated sound and
unique style. Producing techno, house and electro and performing live
for over seven years, he eventually relocated to Montreal to continue
his study of electronic music. After touring through Europe and North
America, his productions have been released on numerous international
An honourary member of the Kim / Cook Korean clans of
Western Canada, cousinchang is a documentary film-maker having plied
his trade, in various capacities, for such as broadcasters as CBC, CTV,
TVOntario, SCN, PBS, Pathe! France, Australian Broadcasting Corporation
and MuchMusic. cousinchang has worked in both film and video mediums,
with a visual predilection towards pristine original cinematography
and obscure archival footage. cousinchang's recent documentary endeavours
have involved the disparate topics of the Korean War, Mars and the JFK
Originally from Vancouver, Chanti Wadge is an eclectic interdisciplinary
creator working as a dancer(Van Grimde Corps Secrets, AhHa Productions)
and choreographer, videographer/editor and conceptual installation artist.
Across all fields, her work focuses on imminent and timeless human curiosities.
Her recent video/performance "SAVE PROJECT AS” will be presented
at MIT in Boston, 2004. Her interest in projection is in “designing
sentience” through the construction of audio-visual narratives
and immersive environments which has led to the recent creation of unique
interactive video installation, PalmPilot (Mai, Montreal 2003).