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Meet the 2024 Warm Up Host Committee

Made up of a group of New York-based artists key to the city’s music, nightlife and performance networks, the Host Committee offers creative guidance for the season. Meet the 2024 Warm Up Host Committee:

Korakrit Arunanondchai / Ghost / BKK
E. Jane / MHYSA
Thomas Laprade / Montez Press Radio
Oscar Nñ / Papi Juice
Jen Sillen / Rash / Club Cringe

About the Host Committee

Korakrit Arunanondchai is an artist and filmmaker who lives and works between Bangkok and New York. In 2014, his first solo museum exhibition was presented at MoMA PS1. Arunanondchai is the co-founder of Ghost, a video and performance festival in Bangkok.

E. Jane is a new media artist and musician based in Brooklyn. An underground popstar for the cyber resistance, Jane debuted their performance persona MHYSA in 2015 and has since put out the EP Release Control (2023), and records NEVAEH (Hyperdub, 2020) and fantasii (Halcyon Veil, 2018). Jane has performed as one half of sound duo SCRAAATCH at The Kitchen, Artists Space, and The Museum of Modern Art, as well as Dweller V. They participated in the exhibition This Longing Vessel: Studio Museum Artists in Residence 2019–20 at MoMA PS1. Recent solo shows include Museum of Fine Arts Boston (2023) and The Kitchen, New York (2022).

Thomas Laprade is an artist and co-director of Montez Press Radio, a New York-based experimental performance platform and broadcast community. In 2018, Montez presented a weekend-long broadcast on alternative distribution forms in a rented RV outside of MoMA PS1 for the New York Art Book Fair.

Oscar Nñ is a DJ and producer based in Brooklyn. He has spent over a decade crafting immersive experiences that amplify the voices of queer and trans artists of color from around the globe. A co-founder of the collective Papi Juice, he champions the work of emerging and cutting-edge artists across the intersecting worlds of music, nightlife, and performance.

Jen Sillen is the director and programmer of Rash, a club in Brooklyn. In 2019, she founded the music collective Club Cringe. Sillen has recently developed touring, festival-scale live shows in collaboration with virtual performance studio Team Rolfes.