Cyberspace | August 16 | 1:00 pm CDT
“Listen to the water, remember, you’re the only one who can hear. You’re the only one hearing its story”
bagaskaadagaazii /bagaskaadagaazii-/: /bagask-/ hit against with a splat or slapping sound; /-aadagaazii/ s/he wades
At the time of this work's creation (2020/2021), there are numerous Indigenous reservations all over Turtle Island that don’t have access to clean drinking water.
The work is made up of four audio scores and playback track and can be interpreted by any number of performers.
Aliayta Foon-Dancoes, violin
Isidora Nojkovic, cello
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Carole Kim, Gloria Damijan, Scott L. Miller, Luisa Muhr, Jon Raskin
Dilate Ensemble is an audio-visual collective, reaching over the ether from 5 different locations. There is an exploratory ease to Dilate Ensemble's spontaneous exchange. The title AERIAL refers to the desire for the long view, the perspective that allows for both observation from a distance and inspired understanding in charting one's course.
With text excerpt: ""Meghom"" by Carla Harryman.
AERIAL was first presented at Indiana University and at SEAMUS Conference (Stanford University) in 2021.
Carole Kim, micro video installation
Gloria Damijan, extended toy pianos, percussion
Scott L. Miller, kyma
Luisa Muhr, voice
Jon Raskin, sax, voice, concertina, electronics, recycled materials
The Entangling Turner
Ka Hei Cheng
The Entangling Turner is a piece that adopts accelerometer and gyroscope in the building of motion sensor through Arduino. It detects movements in X, Y, and Z axes, and sends the numbers to the patches in Max. The continuously changing data from the motion sensor would trigger programming events and control the parameters of audio signal processing.
Ka Hei Cheng
Electrifying Guitar Repertoire