Amorphous Androgynous


Amorphous Androgynous ­ AKA Future Sound of London - have become one of Britain's most revered alternative electronic music bands. Unifying elements of classical, jazz, industrial and hip-hop, the band has a future-is-now appeal. Leaders Garry Cobain and Brian Dougans expanded this aesthetic into many other mediums such as film, video, two and three dimensional computer animation and radio broadcast. They created the first live radio shows piped to the world through ISDN lines. These transmissions were recorded and published in an album titled just ISDN.

"A Tiny Point of Light" a projected light and sound sculpture by Dianne Harris, Future Sound of London and Amorphous Androgynous was featured in Kinetica's Luminaries & Visionaries exhibition in 2007.