'All the Right Bits' is a new media performance project which examines the difference between analog and digital means of expression using custom designed gestural interfaces and software instruments to create a plastic audio/visual experience.

We seek to examine the loss of information in the transition from analog to digital, be it in a gesture, image, or sound. By looking at these "unsampled" pieces of information, we can begin to draw out those facets of artistic expression that are lost as we move from one form to the other.

Using simple human gestures as our analog expression and using this as the input for sound and video synthesizers, we seek to deform the resulting digital output to bring its array of ones and zeroes (the bits) to an aesthetically and philosophically engaging expression of technologically mediated performance.