Contemporary Temporary Sound Works And Music (CT-SWaM) #3June 18, 2012-June 19, 2012 At Eyebeam
Late late night concert series at Eyebeam:
Monday, June 18 2012 10pm
Eyebeam 540 W 21st St. New York, NY 10011 (map)
organized by Daniel Neumann, with guest curator Maria Chavez. ______________________________________________
IMPROVISATION ON ELECTRONIC PARTS OF WURLIZER PIANO
Melissa F. Clarke
SOUND COLLAGES (in between other sets)
Nat Roe’s collages mix equal measures of DJ Screw and Brion Gysin. By appropriating top-40, then chopping, screwing and smearing noise all over everything, he makes familiar tunes dissociative and transgressive. On this night, Nat will improvise for several hours, ready to be fixated on or taken as furniture music to chat by. Nat Roe DJs weekly at WFMU on Monday nights from 12-3. http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/NR
David Linton (born Newburgh NY 1956) is a Time based multiple media artist traveling the vectors of sound, subculture, and signal flow.
Lary 7 is a multimedia alchemist able to coax profane, inscrutable sounds and images from numerous and mysterious devices. His work has been described as that of a magician or scientist — one who may not always be certain of the outcome, but who is determined to see it through to its (il)logical end.
MELISSA F. CLARKE:
Melissa F. Clarke is a Brooklyn, NY based interdisciplinary artist, who has exhibited widely in New York City and internationally, including: 319 Scholes, NY; Issue Project Room, NY; the Electronic Music Foundation, NY; the Queens Museum, NY; and the International Biennial of Contemporary Art ULA-2010, Venezuela. Her audio-visual works have been published and commissioned by labels such as Contour Editions, Barge Recordings and Textura. Clarke received her masters from New York University’s Interactive Telecommunications Program, with a two year Tisch School of the Arts Fellowship. With her recent installation project, Untitled Antartica, Clarke endeavors to reconnect seismic data collected from beneath Antarctic glaciers with its organic source, using sound, video projection, wood, and glass sculpture.