Eric Hubel is a musician, composer and performance artist, based in Toronto. For over 30 years Eric has been at the forefront of the avant-garde post industrial movement in New York City and has worked extensively with Glenn Branca, Jonathan Bepler, Elliot Goldenthal, J. G. Thurlwell, Algis Kizys, Eve Sussman/Rufus Corporation, and Matthew Barney, A graduate of Bennington College, during the late seventies, Eric studied acoustics, composition, and electronic music with Gunner Schonbeck, JoelChadebe, Vivian Fine, and Milford Graves. His work has taken him all over the world, and is currently featured in Barney’s film “River of Fundament”. Recent performances include Brooklyn Academy of Music, Primavera Sound Festival, Villette Sonique, Manchester International Art Festival, Art Basel, Donau Festival, Berlin Atonal, London Contemporary Music Festival, Festival du Nouveau Cinema, Mostra SESC de Artes, Bang on a Can Marathon, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. More recently, Eric has focused on working in modern dance accompaniment working with choreographers LynneMarie Ruise of Freefall Dance, John Jasperse, and Wally Cardona/Jennifer Lacey. Eric's recent recorded work draws from electro-acoustic ideas using unusual instruments in unconventional settings.
Algis Kizys is a sound designer/composer/musician/director. His musical participation includes Swans, Foetus, Pigface, Glenn Branca, Alex Hacke/Danielle DiPicciotto, Of Cabbages And Kings, Lydia Lunch (Teenage Jesus and the Jerks/WIlling Victim/Retrovirus), Lary7 w/Michael Evans, and NeVAh (w/ Norman Westberg + Vinny Signorelli). Current improvisational projects include The Triangles (an ambient comedy/broadcast installation trio), and with artist Raphaele Shirley on a live performance incorporating DJ'ed field recordings, spinning 5' parabolic mirrors, beams of multicolor light, and fog. His film work includes Gus Van Sant, David Jacobson, Matthew Barney and Jonathan Bepler, Eve Sussman. For stage he has directed O'Neill's Hughie and Beckett's Krapp's Last Tape, of which a filmed a version is currently in post production.