Rehearsals are under way for a series of Paradox Explorer live shows this summer. These performances feature music, video, photography, electronics, lights and dance. With the addition of new musicians and new technology, this format has an immersive quality beyond anything we've done before. Please join us.
Paradox Explorer will be playing The Blind Pig on February 20th with Corporate Sellout. This will be our first show of 2013. It will feature new tunes, new visuals and several new folks on stage. This set is going to be geared towards getting people on the dance floor. Come check it out!
The performance on April 16th is based on the theme of traveling into deep inner and outer space. The event will begin at 9:30 PM with a set by DJ Erika (Ectomorph / erika.net). The main act begins at 11:00PM. For this performance, Paradox Explorer will be joined on stage with dancer Mabel Syrup from Tickled Fancy Burlesque Company.
Paradox Explorer is a multimedia and performance group based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. They experiment with mixing audio, video, animation and software into hybrid creations.
Paradox Explorer is available for live events in the United States, Europe and Latin America. Our self-contained shows are designed to fit into a variety of physical spaces. For booking requests, please contact email@example.com.
Paradox Explorer's "Sequential Progression" events combined electronics, Virtual Reality and the internet into an environment where audio/video artists were able to share their ideas and perform interactively. The Sequential Progression events included new compositions and videos from the band, as well as specially designed software that allowed participants to generate sound and image using a Virtual Reality data glove. This software system operates over the internet so that performers can be geographically distributed. The event included audience participation where members of the audience came up to the stage to try the tools for themselves.
Below are several variations on our new logo. The third variation uses the anaglyphic process to create a stereo 3D effect (if you're wearing anaglyphic glasses).
This video is from our performance at The Next H.O.P.E. conference in New York City this past July. Look forward to a full live DVD coming this Fall.
A member of Paradox Explorer received a cryptic voicemail message in January of 2010. Apparently, there is a group of individuals scraping domain registration information for the purposes of selling a product called "Hacker Proof". In this case, the salesperson left a vaguely threatening message without identifying himself. The recipient decided to call the return number and have a little fun. The ensuing callback was a fine example of Social Engineering and quite humorous. In February of 2010, Paradox Explorer created a mix of their track "Peaks" featuring audio from the phone calls.