FELT Zine Art Party
with Dev Moore, Lil Ze, nextdimensional, RITCHRD

FELT Zine presents a night of visuals and performances, activating their exhibition Gardens of FELT Zine Delights at Gray Area.

Gardens of FELT Zine Delights
Exhibition Closing Party

9 PM - 2 AM
Friday, September 9, 2022

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Gray Area is pleased to present a night of visuals and performances curated by FELT Zine celebrating their exhibition at Gray Area, Gardens of FELT Zine Delights.

Join us on September 9th for performances by Dev Moore, Lil Ze, nextdimensional, & RITCHRD. Each of the musical acts will perform in a center stage in the Gray Area theater, with multi-channel live immersive visuals surrounding the audience.

About the Exhibition

An internet art collective focused on creating digital and in-person experiences that examine digital activism, hip hop culture, race, gender and class, FELT Zine was founded a decade ago to give voice to art that wouldn’t likely be embraced by traditional galleries or museums.

The debut exhibition Gardens of FELT Zine Delights is a simulated world, video series, and interactive experience inspired by classic icons from Hieronymus Bosch’s famed triptych, The Garden of Earthly Delights (1490 - 1510). Originally conceived as a series of 3D-rendered sculptures and animations to be released as a collection of NFTs, Gardens of FELT Zine Delights has evolved into a fully developed interactive world built using a video game engine.

Artists

image of a young man wearing a navy blue jacket and baseball cap in front of a colorful wall mural.

Devon "Dev" Moore

Devon Moore aka Dev Moore is a net artist, curator, creative technologist, and member of the FELT Zine collective. Dev’s work incorporates technology, modern-day youth experiences, personhood, music culture, and more all while referencing components of tech culture.

Lil Zé

Lil Zé aka Lady aka Z arrived from planet Mercury to the city of Oakland full of sounds and noises that needed to be shared with the earthly beings. In return they shared their musical knowledge and hence their language was formed in to this mix here. Sounds from the underground’s of Colombia, Mali, Brasil, Soweto, Angola, CDMX, Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, Oakland the universe and beyond.

nextdimensional

nextdimensional is a producer, singer & DJ based in Brooklyn, NY. originally from Minneapolis, MN, nextdimensional has been releasing her wavy, ethereal beats into the world since 2019.

RITCHRD

A FREAK MAKING MUSIC FOR FREAKS

black and white logo for internet collective FELT Zine. Bold, all caps type face is used, and an upside-down wifi symbol points to the phrase

FELT Zine

FELT Zine is an experimental internet artist collective that produces web3 and metaverse projects rooted in the visionary work of underground cultural catalysts. FELT Zine hosts IRL art parties and curates exhibitions around the world. The collective was founded in 2011 as an independent fashion magazine, soon after transitioning into an art collective, and eventually 3D and digital art NFTs.

selfie of FELT Zine member Jawn Billettes. He is looking directly into the camera with a serious expression, whilst holding up a piece sign with two fingers. He is standing in front of a neon sign advertising the web3 company Zora.

Max Bochman

"Max Bochman (tranqui.eth) is a web3 developer and community educator at ZORA. He is new to the digital creative scene after dropping his previous career to dive head first into blockchain development in January 2022 without any previous coding experience. He combines a passion for creative coding with a desire to see a world where information and content can flow freely, fully compasable and owned by its originators rather than behind walled guardians of big tech/government."

TJ Orloski

TJ Orloski (aka @xspooonx) is a multimedia artist, and community educator. Their work incorporates creative coding, biosensors, and simulated worlds as a means to tell empathetic and immersive, hyperlocal stories.

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