Cicada Parade creates a collaborative performance using abstract art, dimensional concepts and audiovisual soundscapes to stimulate the senses. Members Mathew Milo, Christin Belcher and Angel Milo collaborate and overlap their different skill sets to create this new audio visual stimulation communication, which you can be one of the first to witness at Red Bull House of Art Synesthesia on Saturday, November 21.
How do you create your art/music? What is your creative process? We are building from experimentation.“I like to sit down and work hard on a new idea until I can make something beautiful that has potential. At this point, I continue working on the project until I beat it to death and then try desperately to revive it.” -Mathew Milo
What is your studio like? What else do you do on the side? Currently the Cicada Parade project is being built from within two separate private studios, with one leaning towards visual and the other in audio. Other projects vary from member to member with creative services for clients.
What are your future goals for your art/music? To provide a therapeutic outlet for people. ART/MUSIC: Make it. Share it.
What do you want us to know about your music, your art, or anything at all? A footprint is much like a rabbit, both enjoy designing cakes.