Oneohtrix Point Never stumbles into the MoMA and figures he might as well soundtrack a multimedia project

Oneohtrix Point Never stumbles into the MoMA and figures he might as well soundtrack a multimedia project

Daniel Lopatin, lover of religious relics (be they Buddhist, Christian, Hindi or otherwise) and the man behind Oneohtrix Point Never, is about to unleash what we can only assume will be a jaw-dropping, epilepsy-causing, tripped-out sneak attack on your brain. When New York’s MoMA hosts the project, entitled Reliquary House, on December 17, be prepared to hear all kinds of tongue-wagging from art historians and stuffy professors as they stare into the sky and proclaim, “Oneohtrix Point Never is fucking far-out!”

Collaborating with Mr. OPN on the multimedia project is visual artist Nate Boyce, who we can already tell is cool as shit. The event is part of the museum’s (also cool as shit) PopRally series, and we bet he has cooked up some relic-loving and Replica-humping (??) ideas for the occasion. Accompanying the visuals are new sounds from Lopatin, as well as “interstitial ‘sound sets’” from RVNG Intl. label head Matt Werth. Let’s face it, you’re gonna wanna get stoned for this one, buddy.

• Oneohtrix Point Never: http://www.pointnever.com

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