|December 12, 2008|
EyeWash *La Nouvelle Vague*
Friday, December 12
at Monkeytown 58 N 3rd St
(btw. Kent & Wythe) Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Seatings at 7:30pm and 10pm. $5
Space is limited, reservations recommended.
or visit monkeytownhq.com/reservations.html for reservations.
additional music by DJ ActivePhaze
Directions from the L Train:
1. Exit at the Bedford stop (the 1st stop in Brooklyn).
2. Walk 4 blocks south on Bedford,
3. Make a right on N. 3rd St. (west)
4. Walk an additional 2 and 1/2 (west) on N 3rd.
MonkeyTown is halfway down the block on the left.
about the artists:
Jay Smith/Occular Noise Machine – The inventor of the Viditar and founder of Livid Instruments will be performing solo with video and music from his multimedia group Ocular Noise Machine. Visuals by Jay Smith and music by Tony Lannutti. Jay will be performing with his custom built Viditar (video guitar) and Ohm MIDI controller.
rise set twilight is the multimedia project of Linda Aubry and Michael T. Bullock. Layering analog and digital synthesis, feedback, field recordings and projections, rise set twilight manifests in several ways: in multimedia performance installations; as the dance party unit of DJ orangecookie and VJ Fielder Blank; and as a straight-up noise duo (AKA Barkhausen).
Tal Yarden has created video designs for numerous live events including dance, theater, opera and music performances. Upcoming projects include Cries & Whispers and The Antonioni Project (Toneelgroep Amsterdam) and Mozartâ€™s Idomeneo (La Monnaie, Brussels). Recent work includes Beast (New York Theater Workshop), Angels in America (Toneelgroep Amsterdam) and Gotterdammerung (Vlaamse Opera). Accompanying him on audio is Guy Yarden, an award-winning composer making music in various contexts since 1986.
Katherine Liberovskaya is a video and media artist based in Montreal, Canada, and New York City. She has been working predominantly in experimental video since the late eighties. Her recent work in single-channel installation video and performance revolves around collaborations with new music composers/sound artists. She also organizes media art events, notably with Studio XX and Espace VidÃ©ographe in Montreal; and Experimental Intermedia and OptoSonic Tea series with Ursula Scherrer in NYC and Europe. Al Margolis has earned himself an international reputation for experimental music, running the indie label Sound of Pig Music in teh early 80′s. His music has succeeded in fusing ambience with industrial and musique concrete, producing strange soundscapes that are both soothing and unnerving at the same time. Michael Delia is an artist whose work spans a wide range of disciplines and media encompassing paintings, sculpture, installations, and sound art as well as music performances.
EyeWash is an event where VJs and Video artists perform live-mix video, present audio visual performances in collaboration with Audio artists, workshop performance involving video and technology. EyeWash is also supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the New York State Council on the Arts.
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