<aside> <img src="/icons/stars_lightgray.svg" alt="/icons/stars_lightgray.svg" width="40px" /> upcoming:
4/8 Club Code at Persona, Brooklyn, NY
4/21 MÔTÔSynthesis: A MÔTÔ Spirits x Muzosynth Orchestra x Vogue UniverCity Massivemuse
4/28–5/14 (FRI–SUN) Exhibition at Regen Circuit: a LiveCodeNYC Exhibition at the Harvestworks Art and Technology Program on Governors Island, NY – More info TBA
5/7 Performance at Regen Circuit: a LiveCodeNYC Exhibition at the Harvestworks Art and Technology Program on Governors Island, NY –More info TBA.
6/3-4 Sound Scene 2023 at the Smithsonian's Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C – More info TBA.
We’re very excited to share that we’re the winner of the Lumen Prize Gold Award 2022. Read more from The Lumen Prize and an interview with Right Click Save.
<aside> ⚫ elekhlekha อีเหละเขละขละ is a collaborative research-based group consisting of artists, Kengchakaj–เก่งฉกาจ (https://kengchakaj.info/) and Nitcha–ณิชชา(เฟม) (https://nitcha.info/), interested in subversive storytelling using sound and visual archives, researching into historical context, and using multimedia and technology to experiment and explore and define decolonized possibilities. We’re currently based in Occupied Lenapehoking(Brooklyn, NYC), the unceded lands of the Lenni-Lenape and home for many Indigenous peoples past, present, and future. more
<aside> ⚪ elekhlekha อีเหละเขละขละ means dispersedly, chaos, unorganized, all over, and non-direction. Our first collaborative project, Jitr (จิตร), a speculative, imaginary electronics ensemble, premiered at Wonderville NYC with support from Babycastles, a City Artist Corps Grant, along with funding from Queens Council on the Arts and in 2022, was awarded The Lumen Prize Gold Award.
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