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Tristan Perich

Tristan Perich

Fridman Gallery and CT::SWaM present a continuation of the SO⅃ OS performance series featuring live music inside the empty gallery. Composer and artist Tristan Perich will perform a site-specific version of his solo electronics project, Noise Patterns, where the acoustics of the gallery will become part of the live mix.

Perich's Noise Patterns digs into the primitive particles of digital 1-bit audio that has become Perich’s signature sound. The sonic raw material in Noise Patterns is digital 1-bit noise: a probabilistic density of random oscillations that Perich sequences into rhythmic patterns, textures, pulses and beats. For this streaming performance, Perich's electronics will be amplified within the gallery and captured by microphones positioned to make the acoustic resonance of the space an integral part of the broadcast to remote listeners.

Janet Biggs

Janet Biggs

Diamanda Galás_Solos

Diamanda Galás_Solos

Rena Anakwe _Solos

Rena Anakwe _Solos

Marina Rosenfeld / Ben Vida_Solos

Marina Rosenfeld / Ben Vida_Solos

Lea Bertucci_Solos

Lea Bertucci_Solos

Mendi and Keith Obadike_Solos

Mendi and Keith Obadike_Solos

Leila Bordreuil_Solos

Leila Bordreuil_Solos

 C. Lavender_Solos

C. Lavender_Solos

Victoria Keddie_Solos

Victoria Keddie_Solos

Abigail Levine: Accompanying the mice

Abigail Levine: Accompanying the mice

Bend low.

Count by handfuls, the numbers

and the (crushing) force.

Fast ahead and slow return.

Fill the room with sound,

as it empties of light.

Luke Stewart: UNity ELements

Luke Stewart: UNity ELements

Musician Luke Stewart will premier a new piece for in his series of Works for Upright Bass and Amplifier. Utilizing movement, the amplifier and cabinet become part of the instrument. A dance ensues as the sound generated is manipulated into specific tones and frequencies. Building upon numerous recent live performances, the piece showcases the electro-acoustic possibilities in a new composition. Electronics inspired by the focused approach to feedback manipulation. In both elements, the acoustic and the electric, there is the exhibition of the One Sound. Tapping into the energy of the OM, universal frequency. Unity Elements.