September 01, 2005
A Furthernoise.org Real-time Event
The Point @ Furthernoise's Visitors Studio
Welcome to a collaborative event between The Point Community Development Corporation, based in New York and Furthernoise.org who are based in the UK. The first invited guest Chris Vine will be mixing live from Londrina, Paraná, Brazil. The second guest Mark Francombe will be mixing live from his home in Oslo.
Those in New York can visit the centre in the Bronx, and those who are not in New York around that time can also visit the Visitors Studio, event live online, via the Internet. Physical event: Live Broadcast in the Theatre of The Point Community Development Corporation, Hunts Point, The Bronx, New York.
Date & Times:
The event will last for 2 hours with the individual performances lasting 45 minutes each. Chris and Mark will also be available online afterwards to chat about their work with others using the 'Visitors Studio' chat faciltiy. The studio will then be re-set, open again for everyone to mix collaboratively.
Chris Vine - 4 to 4.45 pm
Mark Francombe - 4.45 to 5.30 pm
Open mixing for all to close event.
Residents of New York can watch the event broadcast live in Theatre of The Point Community Development Corporation Hunts Point, The Bronx, New York from 11 am to 1pm.
[[[Warning the event may contain strobe lighting effects]]]
Information about the 2 guest artists:
Chris Vine - Associated with the 'Downtempo' jazz scenes in New York and Washington DC during the 1980's working with composers such as multi-instrumentalist Elliott Sharp & drummer Bobby Previte and then guitarist with Ted Miltons UK cult punk jazz group Blurt during the 90's, Chris Vine is an innovative musician, composer and artist. He is also a founding member of the Canton Opera Company which collages baroque arias with abstract soundscapes and is currently touring Brazil performing a live score with dance theatre company Verve Companhia de Dança. He will be mixing live from his home in Londrina, Paraná, Brazil.
Mark Francombe - is a composer, performer and artist with a well heeled reputation for experimental electronic and improvised music. A founding member and guitarist of the 1980's UK indie band Cranes he recorded and toured extensively throughout Europe before moving to Norway in 1997. He composes & performs with modified, heavily treated, baritone guitar and releases his music through small independent CDR labels including his own Synch Non Synch label. His recent album Ear, Nose & Throat is released through Oslo based Synesthetic Recordings and is featured in the current edition of Furthernoise where he also contributes as a reviewer. He will be mixing live from his home in Oslo.
Info about Visitors Studio.
Posted by jo at September 1, 2005 11:23 AM