There are a few more days to catch a showing of Peggy Guggenheim Art Addict, a really interesting documentary film. I’m biased because I wrote some music for it, but if you have any interest in the art world and artists, it is a fascinating portrait of a famous woman collector and an amazing time in history.
The scores for White Shred and Black Shred will be exhibited as part of the AFTERSOUND: FREQUENCY, ATTACK, RETURN exhibition at Carnegie Melon University curated by Melissa Ragonaand Margaret Cox. The exhibition looks fantastic and will have an online component. Here are some words about the exhibition from the curators: Sound has entered contemporary art in profound and unexpected ways. This exhibition explores sound’s infiltration into contemporary discussions of aural and visual culture, with a particular focus on sound visualization, the physics of sound, political uses of sound, i.e. sonic warfare and DIY, as well as the resurgence of neo-metaphysical experiments with sound as a portal to new sensory experiences.
I am exicted to announce the release of a documentary film with some compositions by yours truly. It’s premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival on Monday April 20th. I got to stretch my musical muscles and play the piano after twisting knobs for the last few years. The film was directed by Lisa Immordino Vreeland and produced by Submarine Entertainment. Here’s the scoop:
6:15 PM – MON 4/20 Regal Cinemas Battery Park
6:00 PM – WED 4/22 Bow Tie Cinemas Chelsea
6:30 PM – FRI 4/24 Bow Tie Cinemas Chelsea
5:45 PM – SAT 4/25 Regal Cinemas Battery Park
6:00 PM – SUN 4/26 Bow Tie Cinemas Chelsea