UKAEA began as one person’s vehicle for exploring techno and physical electronic music, but in correlation with a mounting degree of frustration at the strictures of the form, it has expanded to encompass a more collaborative, unpredictable approach. Now, as a constantly-changing group of musicians and performers, UKAEA is primarily concerned with the exploration of trance-dance as a recurring phenomenon in music cultures around the globe.
IMPATV is a video platform sharing ideas, art and expression, recording and broadcasting the heavier side of DIY, experimental and underground culture. The video style derives from the interplay of obsolete video equipment and new technology, learning from the past and looking to the future, changing with the music with the aim to create a total Gesamtkunstwerk.
THE SEER is a radical sound performance piece with an anarcho-feminist theme at its core. The piece is based on an evocative narrative that tells the story of the doomed Homeric Cassandra, revisited through the eyes of a modern day prophet.
The Seer, originally presented at Supersonic Festival in 2017, has been performed in a variety of formats since, from small solo stage sets to sound/video installations and large theatrical performances, directed by Conny Prantera and comprising a rotating group of musicians and artists.