Dinos Chapman

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British artist Dinos Chapman is principally known for the transgressive, darkly humorous sculpture, prints and installations that he has been creating with his brother Jake since 1991. In tandem, for the last decade Dinos has also been experimenting with electronic music. Earlier this year he released his debut album, Luftbobler, drawing widespread acclaim in the process. He has since collaborated with Actress and Trevor Jackson, released the four-track Luv2h8 EP, and brought his Luftbobler live AV show to Sonar, Fabric and ATP. Featuring a series of short films created by Chapman set to a searing electronic soundtrack, the show marries sound and visuals to create an immersive unforgettable experience.

“People are going to make comparisons with the art,” says Dinos. “Everyone’s going to expect thrash metal or some ear-bending dissonance from one of the Chapman brothers, but that’s too easy. For me, it was always important to make music.”

“Combines horror and melancholy potently. Chapman simmers his haunted creations, a sort of David Lynch of the dancefloor.” – The Wire

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