Press

Secret Museum of Sound and Nature Celebrates Innovative New Music”
Bianca David, ForgetTheBox, April 23, 2014

“What really sets this series apart from others is the presence of some phenomenally good-quality live visuals provided by renowned VJs Zef and Santoz, who also perform together under the moniker Zef & Santo. Together, they recently performed with Ghislain Poirier at the Jutra awards after-party at the Société des Arts Technologiques [SAT]. They’ve also provided visuals individually and collectively for Igloofest, MUTEK and for Montreal electronic music duo Beat Market.” – Full article



“Zef & Santo – 3D Real-Time Performance, Workflow and Collaboration”
Greg J. Smith, Creative Applications Network, July 20, 2012

”One of highlights of the festival was undoubtedly the I Dream of Wires modular synthesizer showcase that took place in the Satosphere, a huge dome hardwired for 3D projections that is permanently installed atop the Société des arts technologies (SAT). While the whole evening was great […], the set by veteran American producer Keith Fullerton Whitman and visualist duo Zef & Santo was delightfully weird. Playing out as some kind of demented 8-bit hall of mirrors, Zef & Santo’s glitched-out geometric machinations perfectly complimented Whitman’s analog improvisation.” – Full article



“Immersive AV Dome, as Pole Meets ZEF&SANTO at Mutek, SAT”
Peter Kirn, Creative Digital Motion, July 27, 2012

”You want to see movies on the big screen. (Ask recent Batman ticket buyers.) You want to hear sound on big, loud, clear PAs. So, if you want one way to make audiovisual performance more satisfying, sorry to point to the projection toys, but make it more immersive. You want it to fill the space. In short, you want the giant dome at Montreal’s SAT. And that’s what visualists ZEF&SANTO did in a terrific live collaboration with Berlin’s Pole for MUTEK, one of North America’s finest events.”  – Source



Featured in
“I Dream of Wires” modular synthesizer documentary
Zef & Santo visuals are featured in a video on Wired.com shot on June 2nd 2012 in the Satosphère in Montréal for a special night featuring modular synths at the MUTEK festival. Visuals that evening by Zef & Santo, Diagraf, and пират. See video

 

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