Composer Marina Rosenfeld is joined by Raz Mesinai (computer) in a presentation of new works for her “phonographic” speaker: a horn-shaped loudspeaker that spins at 33 1/3 r.p.m., sweeping the room with arcs and circles of electronic and acoustic sound. Rosenfeld will premiere several new pieces for voice, turntables, computer processing and trumpet (with special guest Ari Fenton, trumpet). Rosenfeld is a noted composer, improviser and artist whose works have been commissioned in recent years by the Whitney Biennial 2008 and 2002; Creative Time; Tate Modern; The Kitchen; Artists Space; Contemporary Jewish Museum; Electronic Music Foundation and many others. Frequent collaborators include Christian Marclay, DJ Olive, Lee Ranaldo, George Lewis, Ikue Mori and Kaffe Matthews, among many others.
Friday, June 13, 2008. 8:30 pm