Dear Friends and Colleagues:
In tomorrow's Hyphen Hub Salon frontiers of experimental sound performance with leading artists create unusual electronic instruments. Tickets here:
Phillip Stearns is a Brooklyn-based artist working with electronics and electronic media. He employs processes of deconstruction, reconfiguration, and creative misuse to produce works that span a wide range of disciplines from sound art, music composition, and audio visual performance to digital textiles, interactive electronic installations, and experimental photography. For the Hyphen Hub salon, Stearns will present and talk about "Apeiron | Peras", an audio-visual work performed on custom hardware designed to directly audify and visualize raw electronic signals created using feedback. Tickets here:
MSHR is a collaborative project by Birch Cooper and Brenna Murphy. The Portland duo, residents at Eyebeam presently, produce unusual installations, sculptures and ritualistic performances that place the human body into a dynamic relationship with sound and light, generating expanded sensory experiences. MSHR's live performances currently revolve around a unique system of light-audio feedback that employs hand made synthesizers and sculptural interfaces. They will perform and talk about their mysterious work "Liquid Hand ~ Time Blade". ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
The night will be followed by a Q&A with the artists as well as drinks and music.