Eli Keszler / Keith Fullerton Whitman

Eli keszler is a New York-based artist, composer and percussionist. His compositions and visual works examine the limits of instrumentation, notation, and space in its institutional, musical and public form.

Keszler’s sound installations, music and visual work have appeared at Lincoln Center, MIT List Center, Victoria & Albert Museum, Sculpture Center, the Kitchen, South London Gallery, Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts (Harvard), Luma-foundation, Tectonics Festival (Harpa Hall) Reykjavik, Centraal museum in Utrecht, Boston Center for the Arts, Barbican-st. Lukes, 3s Arts and Greater New York at MOMA PS1. His writing and work has appeared in Bomb magazine, the New York Times, Wire magazine, Frieze and Modern Painters. He has released solo records for esp-disk, Pan and Rel Records with an upcoming release on empty editions from the empty gallery in Hong Kong. He has lectured as a visiting artist at Brooklyn College, Columbia University, New England Conservatory, Dartmouth University, Washington University, Mass Art, Umass Boston amongst others. He has received commissions from the Icelandic symphony orchestra, ice ensemble and so percussion. Keszler is a graduate of the New England conservatory of music in Boston, ma and is a 2016 New York foundations for the arts fellow.

Keith Fullerton Whitman is a musician currently based in Melbourne, VIC. Beginning in the early 90’s while working on a “Music Synthesis” Degree at Boston’s Berklee College of Music, Keith began exploring electronic music’s many facets, eventually yielding dozens of recordings for influential labels such as Kranky, Editions Mego, PAN, Planet µ, Carpark, Room40, Amethyst Sunset, Amish, NNA Tapes, No Fun Productions, Agents of Chaos, Arbor, Digitalis Limited, Ekhein, Heavy Tapes, Rare Youth, Root Strata, and many more.