Forget Snap and Crackle, because Pop has gone Sonic, thanks to the hip folks at Denver's Museum of Contemporary Art. The monthly avant-garde series continues this Thursday, November 21, with electronic-music innovator devslashnull
performing among the Warhols and Murakamis on display as part of POPJack
, the MCA's current exhibition. A Baltimore native now living in Boulder, Null solders custom data visualizations to his techno-turbulent tracks, producing an auditory experience that's also an eyeful. With a background in VJing, an ear for arrangements and an unrefined, punk-like approach, devslashnull has earned a place at the International Symposium on Electronic Art, as well as coverage in Wired
magazine. Null's upcoming release, Poppy
, showcases his academic advances in audio production, ignoring genre borders while exhibiting the promise of post-digital pop culture. The co-founder of Radiovalve.com
and a valuable member of the A/V niche-digging group OVNI, devslashnull's live work solidifies his sovereignty in the scene. This sonic "pop" is more like a boom!