Opening Reception: Techno Art - Abdul Haqq & Alan Oldham (T1000)

06 March 2018

Opening Reception: Techno Art – Abdul Haqq & Alan Oldham (T1000)

F8 is very pleased to present the paintings of Abdul Haqq & Alan Oldham for the month of March. Join us in celebrating their work during Demitria’s happy hour just before Housepitality ♥ Abdul Haqq will also be painting live through the course of the night, DJ Bone will be headlining the later event. Sure to be a wickedly vibey Wednesday!

Music during the reception provided by local talent : 

Quantum23 :
JayBee :
Radeus & NightLions :

If you are unable to join us, please visit the artists new website anytime :


Abdul Qadim Haqq also known as Haqq, also known as the Ancient, American visual artist born and raised in Detroit, Michigan he is Detroit’s Number One Ambassador of Art for World Renowned Techno Music Artists. Haqq Artwork is seen all over the world on classic records by Detroit Techno record labels, Juan Atkins, Metroplex, Derrick May, Transmat, Underground Resistance (such as Drexciya), Kevin Saunderson, Carl Craig. Abdul Qadim Haqq has been serving the techno music community since 1989 and he is dedicated to Techno Visual Art. His artwork continues to inspire fans all over the world.

The Founder of Third Earth Visual Arts, he says he bases his futuristic concepts off of time travel and going back into time.

Born and raised in Detroit now based in Berlin, Alan Oldham a.k.a. DJ T-1000 has been called “Detroit Techno’s Renaissance Man”. Perhaps best known as a DJ and his music production under the guise DJ T-1000 for the Generator, Pure Sonik, Tresor, and Inzec labels, Alan D. Oldham began as an illustrator/comic book artist who published such notable characters like Johnny Gambit, Dangergirl aka Orietta St. Cloud and the recent, Vectra. Oldham’s artwork have also graced the early releases of Derrick May’s label Transmat which first introduced him to the techno music world and later responsible for the iconic look of the hard hitting techno and house label, DJAX-UP-BEATS, Netherlands.

In 2011, Oldham launched a series of sold-out art happenings in Paris, Amsterdam, Los Angeles, Barcelona, Vienna, and Berlin, translating his comics-inspired, techno-defining Djax-Up-Beats style to paint and canvas. His originals are now owned by the likes of Derrick May, Radio Slave, Ben Sims, Steve Bug, Cisco Ferriera (The Advent), Marsel Delsin (Delsin Records), Steve Parker, Ritzi Lee, and other famous techno notables. Commissioned work, most recently for Berlin’s legendary Dr. Motte, also fills his daily schedule.

As DJ T-1000, Oldham still keeps to his old Underground Resistance vinyl roots. He is a veteran headliner of such festivals as Love Parade, Awakenings, E-Troit Festival, N.A.M.E. Festival, and Movement. He’s been a resident at both Tresor Berlin and Moog Barcelona, as well as playing recent Asian destinations as Manila and Shanghai.

Recently, Oldham was named one of the “10 Best Sleeve Designers” by DJ Broadcast (www.djbroadcast.net Today, Oldham’s artwork continues to adorn a new generation of releases/labels as he showcases his artwork in galleries, pop-up art shows and comic book conventions worldwide.


This is a free event. RSVP to Housepitality here for free entrance before 10pm: