[Experimental-intermedia] revision of EI Dec21 Concerts - Please note: VIRTUAL ONLY

Phill Niblock pniblock at compuserve.com
Wed Dec 8 02:00:16 UTC 2021

The December EI Calendar!!  All virtual, but virtuous, and streamed live to your computerson the nights indicated from the EI website -www.experimentalintermedia.orgplease do not reply to this email address, but to  - pniblock at compuserve.com This edition of our series is once again entirely virtual. Concerts will be streamedlive from our website at 9pm sharp NYC time on the dates listed:www.experimentalintermedia.org Right after each concert we invite performers and audience to join "The EI VirtualKitchen Hang", our Zoom meeting room, to interact between each other and with us. The EI Virtual Kitchen Hang Zoom link:https://zoom.us/j/2120765064?pwd=KzhqdkJmcUkrMGdTZGw0WnV0REZWQT09Meeting ID: 212 076 5064Passcode: 869302 As well, each evening will have a dedicated recipe created by a volunteerartist-muscian-cook especially with the evening's performer(s) in mind availablefor you to look at, try out or print...  |



The Forty-Eighth Anniversary of EI performances at 224 Centre Street, The Fifty-Third Anniversary of the Founding of Experimental Intermedia, the Fifty-Third Anniversary of the 224 Centre Street loft, and, not least, The Forty--first Annual Festival  with no fancy name, Part One (or A)      

Phill Niblock, curator    

December 2021  -  9pm

 Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 - from noon until 11pm, both daysA special virtual event - Double InfinityA series of 88 quarter-hours, during the 22 hourswith about 300 performers all togetherStreamed from our website - www.experimentalintermedia.org - now archived on the website Lars Åkerlund (Sweden)                                                                            Friday 10                        

A  piece based on sounds from prepared electric guitar, analog and digital devices that are processed live by different means; live guitar, samples, prerecorded sounds, analog synth, midi controllers      www.larsakerlund.com Anastasia Clarke (New York)                                                              Sunday 12  Will present an intermedia meditation on disappearing or rapidly changing environments using custom instruments, computer, video, and voice        https://anastasiaclarke.info/ Margaret Schedel  (New York)                                                           Monday 13

The S.E.A.L.s are an AI-inspired electronic noise/surf band consisting of the collective efforts of  Sofy Yuditskaya, Susie Green, Ria Rajan, Margaret Schedel and Sophia Sun augmented by the S.E.A.L. (Synthetic Erudition Assist Lattice), our AI counterparts that assist us in creating usable content with which to mold and shape our music and visuals; our music came about during the height of the Covid-19 lockdowns across the globe; our live performances online using various tech stacks are dependent upon the concert organizers preferences; during these performances we improvise on our respective music, audio and visual instruments; we regard telematic music technologies, not only as means by which our live online networked performances can be accessed but also, as a chance-agent providing a completely individualized temporal experience as the medium of the internet provides a multidimensional sensorium    http://www.schedel.net/ George Moraitis  (Athens, Greece)                                             Wednesday 15

"Finis Terrae" - Sound performance using tape recorder, modular synths and field recordings; his new composition reflects upon the perception of the sonic environment of the Mediterranean basin, a sonorous cavity of multiple resonances, noises, history, rapid changes and memory; the basin seen as source and at the same time as effect of resonances; an echo chamber in which sound reverberates, generating multiple nuances of feedback, return, boundness and offering; like an interplay of mirrors in which every act or object is multiplied and even distorted                                                    www.georgemoraitis.gr Jacob Kirkegaard   (Copenhagen, Denmark)                                 Thursday 16

Opus Mors: Part 1: Opus Morturarium which is a part of a longer work Opus Mors in which he recorded four spaces and procedures related to death and its aftermath; Opus Morturarium is composed from recordings he made in different mortuaries in Denmark and Germany; the sound work is accompanied by video that he composed using microscopies that illustrate different causes of death provided to him by a forensic pathologist who collaborated with him on the Opus Mors project     www.fonik.dk       www.topos.media Neil Leonard (Boston)                                                                           Friday 17

Home on the 4th - Audio/visual compositions for alto saxophone, electronic processing and video; the program features A/V recent collaboration with Pierce Warnecke, an electroacoustic duet with percussionist Michael Evans, and an A/V composition made with Cuban percussionists Román Diaz and Sandy Perez    neilleonard.bandcamp.com      neilleonard.com Nicolas Collins (Chicago, Berlin, West Falmouth)                           Sunday 19

A paleo-New Yorker presents something old, something new, something appropriated, something pneu: pieces for two generations of transformed brass instruments, Cusqueña music, woodpeckers, laptop marching band, a candle and the Electroacoustic Pollini Ensemble in Padova. http://www.NicolasCollins.com 
Our programs are supported by the Aaron Copland Fund for Music, the Phaedrus Foundation, and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature

224 Centre Street at Grand, Third Floor, N Y 10013

212 431 5127, 431 6430

www.experimentalintermedia.org and www.XIrecords.org

We are now streaming the concerts live on the Wave Farm Website:


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