BRIAN JAMES GRIFFITH


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Recent Work

2019
Pour Out The Heavy [album]
Over Turn [album]
On The Islands [video]
2018
Opening Prayer [video]
Moments [installation]
Inner Work [album]
From Particles [album]
The Forces [album]

All Work

MUSIC
Solo Sounds
Electric Sound Bath︎
l'éternèbre
Screaming Claws

Theme Songs
Bass Sessions

SOUND DESIGN
fasca.de
You Are the Chime
You Are the Crystal
You Are the Prism
Walking Through a Forest
Love Letters To BP
Paint Wars
Balancing Act

GIF ART
Willy Wonka
SweeTarts
Toyota
Tumblr
Video Synth
3D Gifs

VIDEO ART
On The Islands
Opening Prayer
Guided Heart Meditation
Clear Out The Wound
Scattered Clouds
Halcyonic Hallucinations
Season of Maintenance
High & Lonely
Prism Visions: Channelers
Dandelion Souls
The Spirit Bridge

NETART
Moments
fasca.de
You Are the Chime
You Are the Crystal
You Are the Prism
Singing Cyberscape

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Brian James Griffith
A musician and visual artist living in Los Angeles. His work blends analog with digital; subtle movements with bold features; and virtual with physical reality. 

Musically, Brian creates evolving atmospheres that often explore the sonic capabilities of the bass guitar extending it well beyond the lower register, as an effort towards singularity between the mind and instrument.

His visual art compliments the meditative qualities of his music by creating synthesized video environments and hypnotic animations that encourage mindful investigation.

The spontaneous nature of his process attempts to connect fully to the invisible fabric of reality.

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CONTACT 
briangriffith.music @ gmail


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Moments; mmnt.zone




"Moments" (2018) Video Installation Excerpt 



Title: Moments
Media: Internet, 1 Channel Video, 2 Channel Audio, Performance
Website: mmnt.zone

Artists: Brian Griffith, Angela Wilson; Electric Sound Bath
Originally performed in October 2018 at Locust Projects in Miami, Florida as part of the "20/20" event that celebrated the 20th anniversary of Locust Projects by hosting 20 consecutive hours of hour long performances. In addition to an hour long performance, each artist was asked to create a companion installation that would be on display in their gallery for the succeeding month.

This video is an excerpt from our hour long video installation. 


Taken during the performance. Miami, Fla.