MONDAY FEB 05
8pm to 12midnight
HUSHED ELECTROACOUSTIC FREE-JAZZ w/ Blaise Siwula, Quaker Meeting, Radio Ruido, ROTC
@ Goodbye Blue Monday
(J to kosciusko)
Rubaiyats Of The Cicadas are underground inhabitants emerging to emit frequencies of warmth and create cadences of fragile ephemeral structure.
North Guinea Hills is Aaron Halley who started DJing in Florida while in various noise/improv combos before moving to NYC. He got his start in NYC w/ DJ Olive/Toshio Kajiwara's Phonomena party at Subtonic. He has formed groups that have performed everything from primitive Dadaist hiphop to realizations of works from Bernard Parmegiani and Steve Reich to free psyche folk. He also has performed for free103point9's radio art performance tune-(in)))), performed turntabilized interpretations of Michael Count's Surrealist landscape sculpture "the world" for the Gale Gates gallery, and has recently performed for Share's "Anyware" at the Kitchen (part of the New Sound New york festival) where he collaborated w/ Sean Smith, clarkovsaturn, and remotely (via webstream) w/ Ryoko Kuwajima while she was in London.
As far as experimental sound & noise is concerned, Rhiannon Gibbs has been involved in a couple of west coast collaborations & solo experiments utilizing cello & various forms of making noise & sound. After moving to NYC recently, she has been involved in participating in the share project of NYC. As well as working with sound, she is also into the creation & collaboration of experimental as well as premeditated video & film.
Jeremy D. Slater : ( ) is a sound artist essentially, but also works with video and sound in performance and installation settings. Otherwise known as ( ) ... Jeremy uses his laptop computer to create a variety of sound, image, and interactive work. He was one of the 1999 recipients of the Computer Art Fellowship from New York Foundation of the Arts (NYFA) and has exhibited and performed nationally and internationally.
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Added by parenthesisme on February 3, 2007