ANNOUNCEMENT

New Album/Book!!!!
"MSHR Signal Hybrid Recursion"
released by De Player, Jan 20,2020
Listen/View online version HERE
Order physical copy HERE

UPCOMING

Performance at Kedampunk (Ex Tuck & Trap) in Denpasar, Bali, Feb 29

Performance at Cosmic Rays Film Festival, Chapel Hill, March 5, 2020

Performance at Printed Matter St. Marks for record release with Various Artists, NYC, March 8, 2020

Presentation and performance at SAIC and Columbia, organized by Peter Burr, Chicago, March 10, 2020

Performance at Sorbus's "The Reunion", London, March 21, 2020

Titanik Residency, Turku, Finland, May-July 2020

RECENT:

Performance at Ngajiswara, organized by Ruang Gulma, Yogyakarta, Jan 27, 2020 Performance in Bangkok, Dec 22, 2019 at Bangkok Noise Festival

Performance in Bangkok, Dec 20, 2019 at Jam

Performance in Bangkok,
Dec 19,2019 organized by Neighbours at De Commune

Performances in Melbourne organized by Liquid Architecture, Nov 30 & Dec 1

Japan Tour with Shinji Masuko / MOAN, November 9 - 24

Exhibition at Calm & Punk Gallery, Tokyo, Oct 25 - Nov 3

Performance at San Francisco Experimental Music Festival, Sept 13, 2019

Performance at Somewhere Else, Portland, OR, Aug 21, 2019

Performance at Moscow International Experimental Film Festival, Moscow, July 13, 2019

Performance at Gardena Fest V, De Player, Rotterdam, June 29 2019

Residency at Cashmere Radio, Berlin, May~June 2019

VHS release on ARs Media, Baltimore, May 2019

Screening at JIKAN Design Space, Osaka, May 11 2019

Interview with MASSAGE, Tokyo, March 2019

Screening at Museum of Human Achievement, Austin, Feb 24 2019

Performance at St. Vitus, NYC, Feb 7 2019

Performance at Disgraça, Lisbon, Jan 26 2019
MSHR is the art collective of Birch Cooper and Brenna Murphy. The duo collaboratively builds and explores systems composed of sound, light, sculpture, software and circuitry. Their practice is a self-transforming cybernetic entity with its outputs patched into its inputs, the resulting emergent form serving as its navigational system. These outputs primarily take the form of installations and performances that integrate interface design with generative systems and a distinctive formalist approach. MSHR's name is a modular acronym, designed to hold varied ideas over time. MSHR emerged from the art collective Oregon Painting Society in 2011 in Portland, Oregon, USA.

Contact: meMSHR@gmail.com

Booking contact:
Daisy Moon, daisy@qujunktions.com