In this Q&A discussion event with Recorded Music Artistic Director Jason King, KENZO DIGITAL will present his work and talk about his creative process.
KENZO DIGITAL is an innovative director and artist based in New York who is noted for creating eye-popping visuals for music icons like BEYONCÉ and KANYE WEST and sports stars like DWAYNE WADE and the NIKE/JORDAN BRAND. He recently received acclaim in 2011 for creating Beyoncé’s much-discussed interactive BillboardAwards live performance, and for developing Kanye West’s Heineken video art concert series. He has recently had a string of successful viral video art projects that have gained him notoriety: including “Vote Obama”, “Super Ultra Karatay” and “City of God’s Son,” a revolutionary new audio driven cinematic experience with ‘sampled’ appearances by NAS and JAY-Z that has received accolades from the Huffington Post, Kanye West, Complex Magazine, Fader Magazine, Nahright.com and others.KENZO DIGITAL is the video director of world famous video artist NAM JUNE PAIK’s studio (the father of video art), and has done video art installations for him at the Guggenheim, Tate Museum, and National Gallery of Art. He has had films in the Tribeca Film Festival and Mill Valley Film Festival, and was a nominee for the Rockefeller Film Fellowship. He has several film and new media projects currently in development.
The Clive Davis Institute is an innovative undergraduate leadership training program for aspiring creative music entrepreneurs, housed at Tisch School of the Arts, New York University. Students who dream of becoming leading executives, recording artists, record producers and music journalists come to us to learn the art and business of creating and selling hit music.