Bands come up with concept albums, conceptual artists come up with bands. Well, they do if they are Mathew Page and Dmitry “Dima” Strakovsky; and they are interested in populist position of rock music; and self-reflective qualities of contemporary art; and they don’t mind shifting their cultural gears every song of every set.

Dima is a native of Russia (St. Petersburg, 1976). He completed his MFA degree at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. His work spans a variety of media and has been shown both nationally and internationally.

Matt Page was born in Kentucky in 1979. He received his MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Matt’s works are often influenced by his 15 years as a musician. He has shown nationally, and his current musical project, Dream the Electric Sleep, is receiving international attention for its album “Lost and Gone Forever”.

Filed under: — admin @ 5:42 am
Comments (0) Share on Twitter

Be the first to leave a comment »

No comments yet.

RSS feed for comments on this post. TrackBack URL

Leave a comment