Composer/Sound Artist Jessica Feldman offers up a night full of new pieces made especially for Roulette, including a new intermedia piece for voice and video-camera-monitored-mouth, performed by soprano Beth Griffith. Feldman’s work tends toward interactivity, frequently crosses through many artistic disciplines and often occurs in extremely public or extremely private spaces. Her pieces have been performed, installed and exhibited at art galleries, parks, city streets, tiny closets and concert halls. Recent venues in NYC include The Kitchen, the Flux Factory, the Tank and Danspace at St. Mark’s Church. Her sounds activate the physicality of the space and the body and have been likened to “one of those Japanese fish that, if cooked right, is delicious. If cooked wrong, it kills you.” (Neely Bruce.)
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