Iain Gordon, keyboardist is a co-founder of Fat Freddy's Drop, the Ebb, Bongmaster, the Yoots, and Kuki Koori. He has been performing with Fat Freddy's Drop around the world for the past 16 years.
KUKI KOORI AND THE TRAVELLING TIME SHOW
21 FEB, 9.30 - 10.30PM
An audio visual extravaganza which brings improvised electronic musical performance together with live digital painting, Kuki Koori is the brainchild of Fat Freddy Drop's Iain Gordon (Kuki blaze) and artist and VJ Mick Finn (Koori boy).
From 2017 Kuki Koori have set out to fuse music and art live and spontaneously, going from local performances to bigger stages and screens at the Wellington waterfront, Carter Observatory and Splore Festival main stage. In place of a repertoire of songs and ready made visuals, the duo work to a theme for each night, whether it be deep-sea creatures or alien battles, always aiming to provide funky electronica and cool visuals to end with a full dance-floor.
The Time Flies show is an ambitious mix of ancient and prehistoric visuals and sounds with modern beats.
Kuki Koori wowed audiences in The Performance Arcade 2018 with their amazing mix of live music and live video art. Over the past 18 months they played other gigs at Splore, Coastella, and The Space Place to great acclaim. Kuki Koori is founded by two artists:
Mick Finn, is a visual artist and VJ. He co-founded Kuki Koori as an experiment in live creation of sound and image. For Kuki Koori he has performed with Rhombus, Olmecha Supreme, the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, and local DJs.