April 2002 - March 2004
The audio-visual event F:T:H ended its two-year run of shows in March 2004. F:T:H featured regular collaborations of electronic musicians and video artists, pulling from a cross-section of recognizable and emerging NYC, national, and international performers.
Along with other regular events and venues like Share
, The Bunker
, and Halcyon
, F:T:H helped define and bring attention to the alternative live-multimedia scene coming to life in NYC.
F:T:H was based out of Remote Lounge
, exploiting the club's array of video-performance monitors. The musicians were typically rooted in accessible electronic styles -- from IDM to Ambient to Glitch to House to Breakcore -- while pushing the genres to creative and improvisational extremes. The video artists strove for compositional and improvisational elements, moving the artform beyond club-based eye-candy.
F:T:H was curated and produced by Adam Kendall
and Corey Maass (aka Secret Agent Gel