Comprised of Berlin based sound artists Adam Winchester and Christopher Jarman, and visual artist Pablo Iglesias (Geso), Dot Product comes to light in a swathe of noise, tone and texture.
Through years of research and experimentation Winchester and Jarman have sought to explore the creative potential from the inaudible fog of electromagnetic radiation, the internal resonance found in the negative space of an object, the circuitry of discarded electronics, and other such less-travelled paths of sound generation. In harnessing these clandestine sonics and bringing them within a listenable range, the resulting collages of sound have been shaped into a form that nods to the legacy of uncompromising British experimental electronic music, from early industrial savagery to bass-heavy soundsystem pressure.
After two albums released on Osiris Music, various collaborations with the likes of The BBC Radiophonic Workshop, Japanoise artist KK Null, and Renate Knaup of Amon Düül II, and plenty of intense performances across some of the best festivals and clubs worldwide, 2019 marks the starting point of a new advancement in Dot Product’s career. Redeveloping the project into a complete audiovisual live concept with the incorporation of their new member: Geso.
Dot Product’s visual concept takes this dialog between analog and digital tools and turns it into a real time visual experiment, using a CRT TV and different virtual and real layers combined to produce an AV experience that deceives and reprograms reality. Geso’s previous research in visual music and synaesthesia applied to live performing become the perfect ground for a sonic force that needs a proper visual response.