From Troy NY’s Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center:
During a production residency with Rensselaer professor Pauline Oliveros, Lebanese electronic composer Tarek Atoui will offer a performance/workshop called WITHIN 2 on September 24, meant to explore our range of listening abilities beyond simple auditory perception.
On October 8 and 9, electronic musician Mark Fell will debut his first foray into the world of choreography with the multi-genre performance Recursive Frame Analysis, which adds a dancer to his characteristic matrix of strobing light and sound.
On October 15, Canadian sound sculptor France Jobin will treat the Concert Hall with a complex array of loudspeakers for a new multi-channel composition.
Then on the following night (October 16), experimental electronic star Oneohtrix Point Never will premiere a new stage show, currently in development.
Electronic vanguard Tim Hecker returns to EMPAC after recording parts of his breakout album Virgins in the Concert Hall, to develop a new performance of sound and light in Studio 1. He’ll perform on November 12.
Finally, on December 11, electronic innovator Holly Herndon will ride the acclaim of her new album Platform into an EMPAC residency to develop and perform new work.