Source: New York’s ISSUE Project Room.
JAMES FEI, KATO HIDEKI, SEAN MEEHAN
Thu 15 Jun, 2017, 8pm, 22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn
Thursday, June 15th, ISSUE presents a rare evening with James Fei (analog electronics) and Kato Hideki (bass, electronics) in duo performance. The evening also sees the debut trio performance between Fei, Kato and and veteran NYC percussionist Sean Meehan.
LESLEY FLANIGAN & MARIEL ROBERTS / LAZURITE
Wed 28 Jun, 2017, 8pm, 22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn
ISSUE presents the collaborative debut of musician/vocalist Lesley Flanigan and cellist Mariel Roberts, together performing new work for amplified speaker instruments, cello, electronics, and voice. The evening also sees musician Lazurite (Megan Moncrief) performing abstracted rhythmic noise.
TOXIC CITY MUSIC: EVAN CAMINITI & PAUL CLIPSON / SADAF
Thu 06 Jul, 2017, 8pm, 22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn
Thursday, July 6th, New York artist Evan Caminiti and San-Francisco-based filmmaker Paul Clipson present an audiovisual collaboration drawing from Caminiti’s most recent album Toxic City Music. Iranian-born, NYC-based producer, violinist, vocalist and multi-media artist SADAF also presents new work.
DAVID ROSENBOOM / VIV CORRINGHAM
Fri 14 Jul, 2017, 8pm, 22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn
Friday, July 14th, ISSUE and Harvestworkos present composer and synthesis pioneer David Rosenboom and vocalist and sound artist Viv Corringham each premiering new pieces focused on approaching acoustician Paul Geluso’s immersive 3D Sound Object.
WORLD LISTENING DAY 2017: LISTENING TO THE GROUND WITH STEPHAN MOORE, SCOTT SMALLWOOD & SUZANNE THORPE
Tue 18 Jul, 2017, 8pm, 22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn
Tuesday, July 18, ISSUE and Harvestworks present Stephan Moore, Scott Smallwood and Suzanne Thorpe each presenting new work in homage to the experimental legacy of Pauline Oliveros, presented as a part of World Listening Day 2017. The performances feature acoustician Paul Geluso’s 3D Sound Object speaker system.
LAUREL HALO / THOMAS BRINKMANN / DEREK PIOTR
Fri 21 Jul, 2017, 8pm, 22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn
Laurel Halo presents new work from her singularly elusive new album Dust, deeply mediated by technology, media, and memory. Thomas Brinkmann also presents the premiere U.S. live staging of renowned 2000 album Klick. Producer/composer Derek Piotr opens with a live version of his 2016 record Drono.