Adrián Regnier
Ana Barroso
Andrea Novoa
Anna Baranska
Clara Aparicio Yoldi
Cyril Galmich
Dan Lahiani
Daniel Seraphim
Daz Disley
Dianela Torres
Eija Temiseva
Fenia Kotsopoulou
Filomena Rusciano
Francesca Bonci
Francesca Fini
Francesca Leoni
Francesca Lolli
Franck McCauley
Furen Dai
Gabriel Desplanque
Gaetano Mastrocinque
Guilherme Bergamini
Isabel Perez del Pulgar
Isabel Perez/José Cruzio
Kappala Kumar
Kristina Paustian
Luis Lopes
Marcantonio Lunardi
Março Schiefelbein
Natalia Behaine
Natália de Mello
Pancrazio da Padova
Ruxandra Mitaxe
Salvatore Insana
Sevcan Sonmez
Silvia de Gennaro
Tales Frey
Thomas Hjornet
Tiziano Bellomi
Yao Cong

DAZ DISLEY (UK), Sometimes, 5: 30, 2016

Whilst not explicitly about mental health per se ... “Sometimes” explores those days : when nothing seems to work - when it’s best just to go back to bed - when the expectation to conform to the patterns of others’ views of your self and your view of the self you want to inhabit ... simply refuse to cooperate ... those days when ... just ... fuck-it : I can’t do this anymore.

Improvised performance for camera with Mariella Celia, Rome 2016
Cameras: Daz Dizley & Fenia Kotsopoulou
Music: “Forma VI” from the album “Horo” by T.R.E. on
Piano: Alessandro Giachero | Double bass: Stefano Risso | Drums: Marco Zanoli | with guest pianist: Stefano Battaglio

Daz Disley is a UK based Digital Artist.
Working across a range of modalities, daz was a musician and sound engineer before becoming a surround-sound & sound-art facilitator and systems consultant. Software tools he has developed have featured in both ComputerMusic and MusicTech magazines (for which he's also been a contributing author), and he was instrumental in developing the SoundSpiral 52-channel inflatable Surround-Sound and Arts venue for the London2012 Cultural Olympiad.
As a visualist and performer he combines his musical aptitude with live-patching and video manipulation, and as an artist works regularly with photo and video, for which he often creates bespoke code and tooling. Currently resident artist with x-church/Slumgothic (Gainsborough) daz has taught as a visiting artist (live-art, visuals, technology) and presented to a variety of conferences in the sound-art & experimental music fields.