MONO IN FLUX
curator: Barron Sherer
TUE.MAY.9.2016 | 8PM | free
Expanded cinema performance using motion picture film projectors by time-based media artist Barron Sherer and sound artist Gustavo Matamoros with film projection display design by Freddy Jouwayed
The work features mono soundtracked 16mm film loops chosen by Sherer (already having a level of abstraction from the image), that are fed through an spatialization scheme designed and operated by Matamoros to situate a changing soundscape across four points in the Audiotheque for active and interested listeners
This program is brought to you in collaboration with O.M.M.
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