Atlas Place @ soundpedro

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Atlas Place @ soundpedro, a program of sound and dialog, will take place on Saturday, 3 June 2017, 5-11 PM, as part of soundpedro, an evening of sonic happenings, Angels Gate Cultural Center, San Pedro, CA. The program will feature sets by Yann Novak, Robert Crouch, Steve Roden, and the Southern California Soundscape Ensemble. At 6 PM, I will moderate a panel discussion, Atlas Place: Living Sound in Los Angeles, with Yann, Robert, and Steve. Admission is free.

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Experimental Sound for Visual Artists

I will participate in a two-day workshop/performance, Experimental Sound for Visual Artists and Filmmakers, at the Riverside Art Museum, February 16, 10 AM to 3:45 PM, and February 17, 1-4 PM. On Saturday I will lead a workshop on Audacity / Audio Fundamentals, and on Sunday I will give a solo sound performance and a group improvisation with Phil Mantione, David Casey and Daniel Eaton. The weekend will end with a panel discussion led by Riverside Art Museum Curator Kathryn Poindexter.

Soundwalk 2012: Panel and Docent Tour

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I will be leading a docent tour of selected installations at Soundwalk 2012 (8 PM), and I will participate in a panel discussion on Sound Art (7 PM), moderated by Marc Weidenbaum, Saturday, 1 September 2012, East Village Arts District, downtown Long Beach. The event is free. Here is a description of the panel (with Inouk Demers and Marco Schindelmann):

“Performed Art: The Fluid Roles of Spectator and Artist in Sound Art.” We’ll be discussing the concept of “performance” and how it relates to sound art. To take just two examples among many: What makes a concert a work of sound art, and what are the roles of the “audience” and “performer” in installation art? We’ll draw examples from the works at SoundWalk, notably those produced this year by the panelists, among other pieces. The goal is to illuminate telling parallels and resonant dissonances between the various participants’ conception of matters of performance in sound art.”

–Marc Weidenbaum