Tangles of cords piling up in your studio? Grab a canvas and a paintbrush: you’ve got a still life in the making. Or so thinks Eric LoPresti, whose work you can see at a show in DUMBO (NYC), in collaboration with a composer and other electronic musicians. Eric’s cord paintings will provide the backdrop to three-dimensional electronic geekery at a week-long event. Now, if we could only see some audio cables in the paintings. Or maybe, in the tradition of the Dutch Masters, a MIDI cable, some rotted fruit, and a skull. (Eric’s got some paintings of eels — the kind that swim, not some exotic cable — so there’s definitely a chance to mix organic and synthetic.)