Aug 03, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Fridman Gallery, 169 Bowery, New York, NY 10002, USA
About the Event
"I’m sharing my experience using touch-based instruments to bring sound more into the physical space. This is a practice that helps bring electronic music into the physical world, connecting the body directly to the creation of sounds. I am also sharing my experience using breathing as a way to build up connections to one’s own body to produce electronic music."
The CT::SWaM Plasticity Office is a sound installation and temporary spatial sound studio inside Fridman Gallery’s office/showroom, designed by sound engineer/artist Daniel Neumann. The installation-system will feature a rotation of performers who will be activating it as a space for events, presentations, workshops, experiments, talks, discussions, etc. The recordings of these activations will get integrated into the regular, daytime installation as added content, which will accumulate and change over the run of the show.