A Harvestworks 35th Anniversary Event.
On Sunday, April 29, 2012, Harvestworks and Issue Project Room will co-produce an in-depth investigation into the phenomena of no-input, a style of sound art using internal mixer feedback to generate sound. An audio mixer with anything from basic EQ and sufficient outputs/channels provides a diverse palette for experimentation with feedback. Using multiple channels, different configurations of inputs/outputs and possibly external effects can further extend the range of obtainable timbres.
Presentations will feature no-input icon Toshimaru Nakamura who will be joined by sound artists Philip White, Bob Bellerue, Bonnie Jones and Phillip Stearns in a panel that will explore the limits of the sound-generating technique, it’s influence on the audience and how each artist has expanded their equipment to address stylistic concerns. The panel will be followed by a performance with special guest Gene Coleman where participants will exhibit the their idiosyncratic approaches to controlling an instrument that defies control.
Tickets are $15. Visit the website for more info on the artists.
110 Livingston St. (Entrance at 22 Boerum Place)
Brooklyn, New York 11201
United States of America