All events start at 9PM

Samara Lubelski (NYC, sometimes Degenfeld, Germany)
Monday 15

Continuation of the on the spot/improvised solo violin’s uptight zipping about with the flurry fingers and the zig zag chase; out for the tension – the soft touch’s lament – bird song buzzing, amplified hums hurling about – caught in the hustle, and taking care of business; implemented with phaser and delays, etc… Wandering into the wavelengths of heady frenzy, ensconced in the sliding of the touch ’n go – to and fro,  Light into dark – dark into light, with Barry Weisblat on visual projections


Andrea Pensado (Salem MA, from Argentina, studied Poland)
Tuesday 16

“Reflections on Uneasiness” – an amalgam of cut-up noise / voice / plunderphonics /noise piano / real time visuals, anguish and more


Catherine Lamb and Bryan Eubanks  (Berlin)
Wednesday 17

Rebecca Lane plays quarter tone bass flute; Cat plays viola and voice; Bryan plays synth and voice; the piece is Prisma Interius IV by Catherine Lamb

http://www.sacredrealism.org/artists.html          https://sacredrealism.org/catlamb/works/2017/prisma_4.html

Richard Garet   (New York)
Friday  19

His approach to working with sound focuses on interacting with the materials’ sonic properties as both source and instrument; such materials are amplified EMF emissions, modified audiocassettes, dysfunctional tape players, circuit boards, sonification of light, and computer processing among other explorations and with no particular hierarchy; over the years his work has evolved from laptop playing to a more active hands on type of approach by embracing tactile malleability, and establishing durational concrete methods and less digital playback


Video events:

SCREEN COMPOSITIONS 17 curated by Katherine Liberovskaya
Monday 22

Once again it’s time for Screen Compositions, this year the 17th edition (2nd virtual), bringing you as ever a collection of always captivating intersections of moving image with sonic art; a program of screen works representing dynamic two-way collaborations between video/film artists and sound/music artists specifically intended for single-channel projection with no live or performance component; featuring collaborations by: Peer Bode / Carrier Band (Andrew Deutsch, Rebekkah Palov, Don Metz, Ed Hallborg); Christian Calon / Chantal Dumas / Mario Gauthier; Lieve D’hondt / Esther Venrooy; Tina Frank / Mari Bastashevski / Jen Morris; Pepe Gimeno / Carlos Cueto / Sonia Megias; Katherine Liberovskaya / Phill Niblock; Marie Losier / Dorit Chrysler; 185668232 / Joseph Sledgianowski; Peter Shapiro / Snake Union (Chuck Bettis & David Grant) + Hisham Bharoocha; Heimo Wallner / Maja Osojnik; Milana Zaric / Richard Barrat

Kjell Bjorgeengen  (Oslo Norway)
Wednesday 24th

He works mainly with live video performances and video installations and has had a long association with The Experimental Televison Center, Owego NY and has worked closely with David Jones to develop his own unique studio and video synthesizer; he looks upon his art as an investigation of a reality which needs to be worked upon and changed in both artistic and political ways. Google him . . .

Tony Martin  (New York)
Thursday 25

The film and video work of Tony Martin – Throughout the 1960’s the artist created pure light and combined image projection, and recording technique; these pioneering intermedia compositions were first seen at the San Francisco Tape Music Center and then internationally; the Howard Wise Gallery in NYC exhibited viewer-activated light sculptures and installations; these used custom mirrors, and various sensors built into the pieces; during subsequent decades these personal systems are fed into film and video pieces, along with electronic and stylus/pad manipulations


Joan Logue (New York)
Friday 26

Since 1971, she has completed hundreds of video portraits for installation; her works have been seen in the US and abroad in installations that she terms ‘video portrait galleries,’ including portraits of Richard Diebenkorn, John Baldessari, Jasper Johns, Willem DeKooning, Robert Rauschenberg, John Cage, Joan Mitchell, Vija Celmins, Judy Chicago, Jacques Derrida, Rosa Parks, Cesar Chavez and Noam Chomsky among many others; since 1979, she created another form of portraiture, ’30 Second Portraits (Spots)’; some of the portraits that will be screened here are of composers (such as John Cage, Pierre Boulez, Alvin Curran, Michael Nyman, Carles Santos, Liz Phillips, and Meredith Monk), other portraits shown are on dancers (contemporary and traditional) painters, poets, performance artists, writers, philosophers, New England Fishermen, 2011 Occupiers and a few from the series Before the Ghetto   http://videoportrait.net

Our programs are supported by The David & Sylvia Teitelbaum Fund, Inc, the Aaron Copland Fund for Music, the Phaedrus Foundation, and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature
224 Centre Street at Grand, Third Floor, N Y 10013   212 431 5127, 431 6430

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