Artist: Akihiko Taniguchi & Holly Herndon
A collaboration between Akihiko Taniguchi and Holly Herndon, “Chorus” is a music video that explores the textures of daily necessities and the embodiment/physicality of the computer and Internet.
Born in 1983, Akihiko Taniguchi lives and works in Japan. He is an artist and part‐time teacher at Musashino Art University and Joshibi University of Art and Design. Taniguchi produces installations, performances and video works using self-built devices and software.
Holly Herndon is an artist currently based in San Francisco, California. As well as touring the world to perform and exhibit new work, she is currently candidate for doctoral study in Computer Music at Stanford University. She received her MFA in Electronic Music and Recording Media at Mills College under the guidance of John Bischoff, James Fei, Maggi Payne, and Fred Frith. While at Mills she won the Elizabeth Mills Crothers award for Best Composer in 2010 for her vocal generated piece ‘195′.