Memobile is a new media interactive performance by David Weinstein and Angie Eng that explores the transition of one's perception from a static life to a nomadic one. Interactive video and sound via Jitter/MAX/SP is used to recreate the poetics of mobility in this multi-projection project. From a library of sounds and images, Weinstein and Eng improvise within a score that evoke emotions inspired by journeys. Landscapes both imaginary and real pan across the screens constructed by experimental architects, Liminal Projects.
Off, two masters of cutup, montaged recycled, lopsided, grooves will use appropriated material restored on reconstituted from their personal audio archives alongside new materials and technologies. The two are known for live mixes in the 80s-90s under the name of Impossible Music, where loops of contrasting and colliding musics, sound effects, disembodied vocal tracks and noise merged into evocative panoramic constructions.
"The Tale of the Poison Crop," parables of American idiotica, illustrated, propelled, polluted and executed by Weinstein, Julie Nichols, Tim Spelios and others, with electronic, mechanical and verbal ingredients.
“Prisoner” a pseudo-filmtrack which prowls the psycho-territory of the legendary 60′s BBC-TV series. Anthony Coleman and David Weinstein-sampling keyboards, Sebastion Steinberg-bass, Zeena Parkins-electric harp, Lisa Crawford-piano and the composer on sampler and turntables. Shea’s new CD “Shock Corridor” is on DIW Records.”
“Rare, explicit, and unorthodox recordings of famous or interesting music world characters who don’t care or can’t be hurt by it. Compiled and hosted by David Weinstein. A party for our members and a perfect chance to become one. Meet, greet, eat and scandale!”