[Microsound-announce] nyc gig - Sunday December 3rd @ ISSUE
. m u r m e r .
murmer at talk21.com
Mon Nov 27 10:31:20 EST 2006
stateside, and playing the first of a few u.s. gigs this weekend in new york
city. if you're in the area pop in and say hello!
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Sunday, December 3rd
ISSUE PROJECT ROOM
- Patrick McGinley, aka murmer (sound art) + Katherine Liberovskaya (live
- Margarida Garcia (doublebass) + Barry Weisblat (home-made electronics)
ISSUE PROJECT ROOM
400 Carroll Street
(between Bond & Nevins)
on the Gowanus Canal
info at issueprojectroom.org
patrick mcginley (aka murmer) is an american born sound and performance
artist who has lived and worked in europe since 1996. from 1996 until 1998
he lived in paris, where he studied theatre and began his sound experiments
in the context of those studies. moving to london in 1998, he began a
collection of found sounds and found objects that would become the basis of
his work. in 2002 he founded framework, an organisation which produces a
weekly field-recording based radio show on london's resonamcefm. he has
composed works for many theatre performances, including the works of his own
company, as well as performing live soundworks for others. his work
concentrates on the framing of sounds from our environment which normally
pass through our ears unnoticed and unremarked, but which out of context
become unrecognisable, alien and extraordinary: crackling charcoal, a
squeaking escalator, a buzzing insect, or one's own breath.
Katherine Liberovskaya is a Canadian video and media artist based in
Montreal and New York. Shas been working predominantly in experimental video
since the late eighties. Over the years, she has produced many
single-channel videos, video installation works and video performances which
have been presented at a wide variety of artistic venues and events around
the world. As of recent years her work - in single-channel and installation
video as well as performance - mainly revolves around collaborations with
new music composers/sound artists, notably Phill Niblock, Al Margolis/If,
Bwana and David Watson. Since 2003 she began exploring live video mixing,
using MAX/MSP and Jitter, in improvisation with live new music/sound and has
since performed in diverse contexts in North America and Europe with a
number of music/sound artists among which: Margarida Garcia, Barry Weisblat,
o.blaat, Vortex (Satoshi Takeishi + Shoko Nagai), Mary Halvorson, Anthony
Coleman, Tiziana Bertoncini, Thomas Lehn, Urkuma, Angelica Castellò, Micheal
Delia, Antonio Della Marina, Giuseppe Ielasi, Renato Rinaldi, Hitoshi Kojo,
murmer, Maks Shentelevs, jgrzinich, Zanana (Monique Buzzarté + Kristin
Norderval), Jim Bell, TV Pow, Boris Hauf, Gill Arno, Ben Owen, André
Gonçalves, Alessandro Bosetti, Audrey Chen, Matt Pass...
Margarida Garcia. Doublebass player. Born (1977) in Lisbon resident in New
York. Public activity since1998; since then collaborates regularly with
Manuel Mota, Sei Miguel. More recently as been collaborating with Barry
Weisblat and Tim Barnes.
Founded the record label Thin Ice.
Selection of some other collaborations: Toshio Kajiwara, Ferran Fages,
Alfredo Costa Monteiro, Ruth Barberán, John Tilbury, Otomo Yoshihide, Mark
Wastell, Rohdri Davies and Eddie Prevost.
Born 1975, Brooklyn, New York
Sound Artist/Improviser and Electronic Instrument Builder.
Extensive experiments with electro-magnetic devices, solar technology,
homemade and modified circuits for application in sound
generation/manipulation, audio engineering and photography.
Musical collaborations with Margarida Garcia, Tim Barnes, Toshio Kajiwara,
Tower Recordings, Sean Meehan, Ricardo Arias, Tetuzi Akiyama, Mattin, Dean
Roberts, Dion Workman, Michael Rodgers, Anthony Guerra, Alfredo Costa
Monteiro, Toshimaru Nakamura and DJ Olive.
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