New video from 2013 MEGAPOLIS Audio Festival, just in from Justin Groteleuschen, shows Anna Friz and me performing and talking about our work with 100 radios as “breathing instruments” and “players,” accompanied by Springboard, reeds, and electronics. This performance and talk happened at Union Docs in Brooklyn, NY on Saturday, April 13.
8pm Thursday, MARCH 28, 2013The Panoply Performance Laboratory
104 Meserole St
Brooklyn, NY 11206
Also performing that evening an fantastic group of improvising musicians on acoustic, electronic, and electroacoustic instruments:
SULT – Tony Dryer (contrabass), Jacob Felix Heule (percussion), Guro Skumsnes Moe (contrabass), Håvard Skaset (acoustic guitar), from Norway.
PascAli – Sean Ali and Pascal Niggenkemper (prepared bass duo)
Jack Wright (saxophone) and Andrew Drury (percussion) – http://www.springgardenmusic.com/
David Grollman (percussion)
Owen Stewart-Robinson (guitar) and Brad Henkel (trumpet)
322 Union Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Suggested donation $9
I’m excited to be performing with Anna Friz again, and we’re honored to be the “pre-festival teaser” for the 2013 Megapolis Audio Festival.
Our previous performance with Anna’s radio installation was in Respire (2011) at ESS. Before that, we performed on tour in the Eastern US, while creating Dancing Walls Stir the Prairie (2007) at the free103point9.org Wave Farm, for broadcast on Kunstradio-Radiokunst in Vienna. Our very first collaboration took place in the 2005 Deep Wireless Festival, with a different instrumentarium. Our radio theater work, entitled Other Music was created and performed with Evalyn Parry (text, voice, cassette player), Chris Brookes (voice, cassette player), Anna Friz (voice, cassette player), and myself (springboard). You can listen to the recording here. (Recorded live at The Drake Hotel on May 27, 2005; duration 9:01.)
Learn more about Anna Friz’s current and upcoming projects here: http://nicelittlestatic.com/.
Among the work of over 150 artists my early efforts in the field of radio, art, and radio art were cited in a new book, Transmission Arts: Artists & Airwaves (PAJ Publications, 2011) by Galen Joseph-Hunter, Penny Duff, and Maria Papadomanolaki.
On Saturday, July 23 free103point9.org Transmission Arts and WGXC: Hands-on Radio (90.7-FM) will hold a book launch with radio art performances. If you are in or near The Spotty Dog in Hudson, New York (I won’t be there myself, but feel free to drop in and tune in).
Visit free103point9 for complete details.
About the book:
Transmission Arts: Artists & Airwaves
Concluding a busy month of performances, Los Cuatros Demonios opens for Terry Dame’s Electric Junkyard Gamelan, a band from New York who perform original music on invented instruments.
7:00 p.m., Sunday, August 24 at ELASTIC Arts Foundation
Los Cuatros Demonios is Tomeka Reid (cello), Carol Genetti (voice), Guillermo Gregorio (clarinet), Eric Leonardson (springboard), and Dan Godston (trumpet, percussion)ELASTIC Arts Foundation
2830 N. Milwaukee Ave., 2nd fl. (above Friendship Chinese Restaurant) $10 suggested donation
Eric Glick Rieman, from Berkeley with his prepared Rhodes piano, will be performing with me this Friday, 8:00 p.m. at the AV-aerie, 2000 W. Fulton Street, Chicago, IL 60612, (312) 850-4030. $8 suggested donation.
This show is a double bill with The Young Equestrians from Brooklyn.
(If you know you can attend, please send me a message. Thanks to the
grief that the City of Chicago has given the folks at the AV-Aerie about
a license, they must promise this is a private party.)