Brock Monroe is an artist and designer, with a focus on the connection between live cinema and music. As one of the lead artists in the Joshua Light Show, Brock has collaborated with founder Joshua White on performances at Tanglewood, Mutek Mexico, Transmediale/CTM Festival (Berlin), Przemiany Festival (Warsaw), Lincoln Center Out of Doors, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History, New World Symphony for Performa/Art Basel Miami Beach, and the opening of Southampton’s Parrish Museum, among others, with musicians ranging from Manuel Göttsching, MGMT, and Silver Apples, to The Boston Pops, Lou Reed, Terry Riley, and Oneohtrix Point Never. His collaboration with Seth Kirby, creating light art to accompany William Basinski’s Vivian & Ondine has been presented at ISSUE Project Room and The Kitchen as part of Carnegie Hall’s American Mavericks festival. In 2009, he collaborated with Nick Hallett on Voice + Light Systems, a four-part performance series at the New Museum of Contemporary Art. Monroe and Hallett have also presented their A/V lecture opera, “Xenia,” at LMAK Projects and for Art On Air/Calder Foundation, on the occasion of the 2011 Armory Show. At Mighty Robot, an underground music venue which existed in Williamsburg during the early 2000s, helping to launch the careers of bands like Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Liars, and Oneida, Brock served as a member of its A/V Squad, creating projections for literally hundreds of independent rock bands.