Tristan Perich
Since 2007
Works in New York, New York United States of America

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EVENT

LEAP: Tristan Perich: Interval Studies


Dates:
Fri Sep 16, 2011 20:00 - Fri Sep 30, 2011

Location:
Berlin, Germany

Lab for Electronic Arts and Performance (LEAP) is pleased to present a solo exhibition by New York-based artist and composer Tristan Perich. Inspired by the aesthetics of maths and physics, Perich works with simple forms and complex systems. 
For this exhibition, Perich will be exhibiting a body of work that include the sound sculptures Interval Studies and Machine Drawings – the result of a long-standing interest in code and systems. 
Perich’s sound sculptures – Interval Studies – is a formal look at musical intervals as a dense continuum of microtonal pitch, expressed en masse as discrete 1-bit frequencies distributed across hundreds of individual speakers. Each speaker, emitting a single, primitive 1-bit tone, becomes a microscopic voice in the total cluster, substituting individual pitch for larger sonic masses. 
The Machine Drawings – pen on paper or wall drawings executed by a custom-built machine over the course of the exhibition at LEAP, use randomness and order as raw materials within a composition. The machine drawings are a combination of the delicacy of real drawings and the rigid, structured system of mechanics and code.


EVENT

TriBeCa New Music Festival II: Dither premieres Tristan Perich's "Interference Logic"


Dates:
Thu May 26, 2011 20:00 - Thu May 26, 2011

As part of the Tribeca New Music Festival, Dither will perform Interference Logic, Tristan Perich's recent work for electric guitar quartet with 1-bit electronics, alongside Lisa Coons' Entropion (from Cross-Sections). Joining Dither on the program is Redhooker, performing work by Stephen Griesgraber.
Pre-order tickets now ($25/$30/$15):
http://kaufman-center.org/merkin-concert-hall/event/tribeca-new-music-festival-ii
For more information:
http://www.tnmf.net/
http://www.tristanperich.com/
http://www.ditherquartet.com/home.html


EVENT

Loud Objects with Ensemble Pamplemousse at Clover's Fine Art


Dates:
Sun Mar 21, 2010 00:00 - Fri Mar 19, 2010

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Loud Objects with Ensemble Pamplemousse at Clover's Fine Art

Sunday, March 21, 2010
6PM, $10
Clover's Fine Art Gallery
338 Atlantic Ave (between Smith and Hoyt)
Brooklyn, NY 11201
A/C/G to Hoyt-Schermerhorn, or 2/3 to Hoyt, or F to Bergen, or B/M/Q/R to Dekalb Ave, or 4/5 to Borough Hall


The Loud Objects create electronic noise with minimal components: microchips, a power jack, an audio jack, and wire. The group solders custom audio circuits live, creating audible fluctuations of electricity with these bare elements. Gradually building a complex sound circuit, they present electronic music in a form closer to a physical instrument than a laptop. Their performances invite the audience to bear conscious witness to each musical gesture: the addition of a microchip; the soldering of an output pin to the audio jack.

Ensemble Pamplemousse presents BLOCKS: Revisited. Loud Objects opens. Like Buckminster Fuller, reversible sweaters, or Mr. Potato Head, Ensemble Pamplemousse's BLOCKS are a rearrangeable construction of elements. Prefab modules by the six composers are reconfigured into new structures of sonic architecture. As each block maintains its own internal logic, the listener is pulled forward through the linear unfolding of time. Intertwining patterns of material emerge and dissolve, connect, obstruct, and confer with each other, unveiling new angles of hearing each sonic unit.

featuring:
- Loud Objects (http://www.loudobjects.com)
- Ensemble Pamplemousse (http://www.ensemblepamplemousse.org)

More Information:
- Contact Email: noise@loudobjects.com
- Contact Telephone: (917) 690-4991
- Venue Map: http://maps.google.com/maps?q=338%20Atlantic%20Ave%2C%20Brooklyn%2C%20NY%20(Clover's%20Fine%20Art%20Gallery)


EVENT

Arts in Bushwick presents Loud Objects with Jennifer Walshe and Torino:Margolis


Dates:
Sun Mar 07, 2010 00:00 - Sun Mar 07, 2010

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Arts in Bushwick presents Loud Objects with Jennifer Walshe and Torino:Margolis

Sunday, March 7, 2010
6PM to 9PM, Free
Naxal Belt
175 Jefferson St #1L (at Central Ave)
Brooklyn, NY 11206


6PM: Noise Tent
7PM: Panel Discussion
8PM: Performance

The Loud Objects create electronic noise with minimal components: microchips, a power jack, an audio jack, and wire. The group solders custom audio circuits live, creating audible fluctuations of electricity with these bare elements. Gradually building a complex sound circuit, they present electronic music in a form closer to a physical instrument than a laptop. Their performances invite the audience to bear conscious witness to each musical gesture: the addition of a microchip; the soldering of an output pin to the audio jack.

Using a disparate melange of elements such as voice, broken plastic, words, parts of words, stories, chanting, jigs, screaming, and shouting, Irish composer and extended technique vocalist Jennifer Walshe works with the breakdown of syntax, dissonance, and disintegration.

Torino:Margolis is a performance art team that crosses physical and psychological barriers, using invasive electronics and biomedical tools. They explore the idea that the self is transient, elusive, and modular by playing with the notions of control and free will. Their extraction of physiological processes concretizes these concepts and presents them as questions to the viewer -- not to illustrate the mechanism, but to explore the human experience.

Curated by Andrea Liu

featuring:
- Loud Objects (http://www.loudobjects.com)
- Torino:Margolis (http://www.torinomargolis.com)
- Jennifer Walshe (http://www.milker.org)

More Information:
- Naxal Belt: http://naxalbelt.blogspot.com
- Contact Email: noise@loudobjects.com
- Contact Telephone: (917) 690-4991
- Venue Map: http://maps.google.com/maps?q=175%20Jefferson%20St,%20Brooklyn,%20NY%20(Naxal%20Belt%20%201L)


EVENT

Tristan Perich: Interval Studies


Dates:
Fri Feb 12, 2010 00:00 - Fri Feb 12, 2010

Location:
Denmark

Tristan Perich: Interval Studies
audio art exhibition at Mikrogalleriet in Copenhagen
closing this Sunday


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Mikrogalleriet's solo exhibition for New York-based composer and artist Tristan Perich ends this Sunday in Copenhagen. His new body of work, Interval Studies, is a formal look at musical intervals as a dense continuum of microtonal pitch, expressed en masse as discrete 1-bit frequencies distributed across hundreds of individual speakers. Each speaker, emitting a single, primitive 1-bit tone, becomes a microscopic voice in the total cluster, substituting individual pitch for larger sonic masses.

Tristan Perich: Interval Studies
on view: February 5 - 14
gallery hours: Thursday/Friday 5pm-9pm; weekends 1pm-7pm
Mikrogalleriet
Gormsgade 9, Copenhagen, Denmark

More Information:
- http://www.tristanperich.com/interval_studies
Photographs from the exhibition:
- http://www.flickr.com/photos/tristanperich
Video about the show:
- http://vimeo.com/9218458
Press Release:
- http://mikrogalleriet.net/presse

Mikrogalleriet
Address: Gormsgade 9, 2200 Copenhagen N, Denmark
Gallery hours: Thursday/Friday 5pm-9pm; weekends 1pm-7pm
Telephone: +45 29723927
hello@mikrogalleriet.net
http://www.mikrogalleriet.net

Tristan Perich
mail@tristanperich.com
http://www.tristanperich.com

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