Nivhek is a recording and performing project by Liz Harris. She lives and works on the Oregon Coast.
Dicky Bahto lives in Los Angeles. He has exhibited work utilizing still and motion picture photography, sound, and performance at a variety of museums, galleries, microcinemas, film festivals, conferences, alternative spaces, and scenic locations spanning the Northern Hemisphere, including commissions from Monday Evening Concerts and The Huntington. As a member of the EPFC Co-op, he is a co-recipient of an inaugural Artist Project Grant from the Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts, and for his curatorial projects at EPFC he has received funding from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Arts and the Foundation for Contemporary Arts. His interest in music has led him to both collaborate with and perform works by various composers, including Casey Anderson, Ashley Bellouin, Luciano Chessa, Carmina Escobar, Corey Fogel, Julia Holter, Sepand Shahab, Mark So, Laura Steenberge, and Tashi Wada.
January Hunt is a Brooklyn based musician and artist exploring the malleability of body and technology as a resistance to/refuge from the dominant culture through rearranging her skin suit, manipulating biology and re-shaping electricity. She performs under her own name, as New Castrati, among other aliases.