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Live Stage: BronxMAP [us Bronx, NY]

bronxmap.jpgBronxMAP – Media Arts and Performance :: July 8 @ 8PM :: BronxMAP is a regular event held in the event space at the rear of the Bruckner Bar & Grill (1 Bruckner Blvd, 718.665.2001) near the first subway stop into the Bronx from Manhattan on the 4/5/6 train.

A night of performances featuring the expressive abstraction of the Bronx’s own Adriaan Doering, the audiovisual hacking and sculpting of Providence’s Blair Ciemiecki and Matthew Underwood, and the audience driven ambient soundscapes of Jasper Streit from Sydney, Australia.

Born in the swiss alps, having lived the first years without electricity, now based in Sydney- new media artist Jasper Streit is now surrounded by the hum of technology. Jasper’s recent works address the psychology of human interfacing in interactive technologies, specifically the anthropomorphism of the machine. This performance will concentrate on time manipulation and the effect on audience driven work. The piece will be performed on a laptop using microphones as stimulus as well as input from the performer. The basis for the composition is for a series of sine tones played together cancelling and re-enforcing each other making slightly rhythmical patterns. There are a lot of ‘frozen’ buffers in the piece where playback does not travel in any expected direction, rather analysing the other sounds in the piece for cues. The result is a slightly minimal, grainy, ambient soundscape moving slowly through time.

Blair Ciemiecki lives and works in Providence, Rhode Island. With a background in sculpture, Blair focuses on the the physical relationships between the interface, the user, the output, and the viewer of new media. Recent works have focused on the physicality of the output, altering the viewer’s awareness in space.

Matthew Underwood’s work explores the intersections between time based/print based, sound/video, and analog/digital mediums. His video work has been shown at ZKM and the European Media Art Fesival. His newest soundwork viral symph0ny, in collaboration with Joseph Nechvatal and Andrew Deutsch, has just been released by the Institute for Electronic Arts. Matthew now eats and sleeps in Providence. Intuitively working with the accidental nature of specific analog and digital technologies our process is to reveal and exploit their artifacts. Dynamic paths of system flow are set up between us where information is translated resulting in unstable systems that reside on the threshold of change.

Adriaan Doering is an artist who works straight out of the NYC-area. He exercises his controlled style in many mediums embracing an all-inclusive method. While the shape of his work may change, he concerns himself with designing forms within forms. Such a universal practice facilitates a level of open-interpretation for any audience to experience. Originating from the Bronx, he has devoted most of his life to invention. While attending New York’s Alfred University, he became involved in a collaborative artist group, AOK2, which jump started his interests in the creation of sound. He has recently finished a two year musical sound project which combines elements of past and present; of order and chaos; of coincidence and imperative all the while blurring the line between popular tastes and expressive abstraction. What is often seen as strange, he sees as beautiful and he reflects that idea in all aspects of his technique.


Jul 3, 2007
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