Olivier Degorce is a precious witness to the history of electronic music and culture. At the end of the 80s, he documented the birth of a scene which, at best, was of little or no interest to the media and, at worst, aroused a mix of incomprehension and aversion to the phenomenon. Like an ethnographer and armed with his camera, he approached a new genre of artist coming from a civilization still unknown in France: the DJs. Deep in a science-fiction universe, most of them were fascinated by Georges Clinton’s cosmic Funk, Lee “Scratch” Perry’s Afrofuturism and Kraftwerk’s man-machine hybridization. These influences mixed with those of cyberpunk literature, the new world of video games and a certain form of Techno.
Miguel Trillo has been capturing images of young people and youth culture since the 1970’s. Trillo specialises in capturing images against the backdrop of live music events such as rock concerts, festival, night-clubs and in the streets.
Chris Low is a commercial and editorial photographer based out of Portland, Oregon. He is also a runner, and family man. Sometimes he eats weird things in cool places like fermented shark in Iceland.