Adam Harper • Alexandra Hedako Mason • Andrew Cappetta • Brandon Covington Sam-Sumana • Cecile Krummel Malaspina • Céline Manz + Jakob Warmenbol • Charissa Granger • Chooc Ly • Colin Self • DeForrest Brown Jr. • Dreamcrusher • Flora Yin-Wong • George Rahi • Glice • Inigo Wilkins • Janna Michael • Jessica Feldman • Jon Lindblom • Jules Gimbrone • Kareem • Lendl Barcelos • Marielle Pelissero • Martina Raponi • Mattin • Melle Kromhout • Miguel Prado • N-Prolenta • Nickel van Duijvenboden + Anna Stegmann • Red Brut • Paul Rekret • Sami Khatib • Sara O'Brien • Satinder Gill • Sharon Renee Stewart • Sjoerd van Tuinen
Regenerative Feedback aims to investigate interdisciplinary methods to generate sustainable social futures through the lens of music and new media, and hopes to motivate spectators in new emancipatory directions: if we can understand what it is that attracts us to music, what drives us, in fact, to listen closely to one another; then there’s a chance for this vision to be innovatively applied in other areas.
Regenerative Feedback is thus both music and media festival, as well as an intellectual gathering, and tries to build bridges between the two, with room for extensive Q&A sessions to promote active spectatorship.
The first iteration of Regenerative Feedback took place at Issue Project Room, New York City in 2018, with speakers such as Reza Negarestani, Alexandra Hedako Mason, Manni Dee, Colin Self, Melle Kromhout and Marielle Pelissero. This edition at WORM will be followed up by an event in Mexico City in 2020.