Several lightrhythm visuals artists appear in a new book produced by Xarene Eskandar entitled vE-”jA. The book is currently in print and will be available from October.

vE-”jA is a global snapshot of an exploding genre of tech-art performance: VJing and live audio-video. The book covers 40 international artists with 400+ colour images and 60+ movies and VJ clips included on an accompanying DVD.

Essay by Marius Watz brings forth the role of synchronicity of audio and video technology in cinematic performances; Barry Munstertieger, lead producer of Apple video software, focuses on the role of art in the evolution of technology; Grant Davis [VJ Culture] provides supportive information on VJ specific hardware and software; and essays by contributing artists cover local cultural aspects influencing VJ scenes globally.

Check out the details here