Liquid Light Lab
Liquid Light Lab is based out of NYC. It is the work of Steve Pavlovsky, a Czech born, US raised artist, musician, and philosopher.
LLL performs in NYC, and travels throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. It works with international, national, and local musicians, music festivals, film makers, art galleries, corporate events, community events, and private parties.

Liquid Light Lab has accompanied notable musicians such as:

Roky Erickson (13th Floor Elevators), The Black Angels, Yonder Mountain String Band, The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Chali 2na of Jurassic 5, The New Riders of the Purple Sage, Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk, Melvin Seals & JGB, Break Science, Max Creek, Rubblebucket, Devon Allman (Gregg Allman's son), Davisson Brothers Band, Kofi Baker (son of Cream drummer Ginger Baker.), Lucid, Twiddle, Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds and The Manhattan Project.

Footage of the light show has been used in movies and music videos, including:

"Bag of Bones" - The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion

"Black Mold" - The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion

Original artwork has shown and sold at the juried Arts and Crafts Fair at Lincoln Center 2012 in NYC.

Projection and light art installations have been commissioned by the International Interior Design Association for their 2012 and 2013 annual industry party.

Liquid Light Lab has worked with the Harlem Police Athletic League. Event lighting and interactive liquid light shows have been a part of their Halloween and Holiday Children's Parties in 2012 and 2013.

Liquid Light Lab has handled stage productions for independent music festivals throughout the Northeast and Mid Atlantic regions of the US, traveling to states such as New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia.

Some of the notable venues LLL has performed in have been the Bowery Ballroom (NYC), Brooklyn Bowl (NYC), Music Hall of Williamsburg (NYC), Beasrville Theater (NY), Knitting Factory (NYC), Sullivan Hall (NYC), The Stone Pony (NJ), Iron Horse (Massachusetts), Center548 Event Space (NYC), and the Police Athletic League of Harlem (NYC).

Liquid Light Lab continues to work prolifically, exploring collaborations, work for hire, and independent pursuits.

To work with Liquid Light Lab, send a message through the contact page, or email me directly at

Photo Credit: Anne Kelly
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