Duo performance in Winnipeg, July 13

This Thusday July 13 evening, Oren Ambarchi & i will perform in my hometown Winnipeg (Canada) at ace art inc. This night will be a pre-launch for our new double LP Hotel Record, which comes out officially in early September on Black Truffle Records and we will have a limited quantity of the 2LP for sale on the night. Big thanks to Curran Faris for organizing this event and for opening the night with his project Greenhouse!

Doors at 8:00 PM, Greenhouse starts at 8:30 PM and we will follow at at 9:30 PM.

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Solo performance this week at Museum Abteiberg in Mönchengladbach DE.

This Thursday June 22, i will perform solo in Mönchengladbach Germany on a special program alongside Thomas Brinkmann & Oren Ambarchi duo and a DJ set by Frank Dommert, connected to the current large-scale exhibition by Alexandra Bircken (DE) at Museum Abteiberg . The museum looks extraordinary and i am really honored to present my work there on this special occasion. Full details on the event can be found here.

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Lush Spectra event in Sheffield • June 10 – 11, 2017

This June 10 + 11 a very unique event curated by Mark Fell will take place at The Samuel Worth Nonconformist Chapel in Sheffield UK. The event is called Lush Spectra and in the words of Fell, the event will “foreground the beauty of the sounds, and the use of hypnotic patterns and harmonic forms”, with the aim of creating “a welcoming environment where everyone can experience this unprecedented collection of unusual musical forms”. i am thrilled to be presenting a solo performance in the context of this very special event alongside incredible artists such as Limpe Fuchs, Eliane Radigue, Laurie Spiegel, Nandini Muthuswamy, Mohammad Reza Mortazavi, Oren Ambarchi, Ryoko Akama, Jana Winderen and more. Full details here.

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Piling Pelion Upon Ossa – Moscow Feb 20 – 27, 2017

Today in Moscow, my site-piece Piling Pelion Upon Ossa opens at GES-2 as part of the weeklong event Geometry of Now. This piece is a process-based site work utilizing repurposed bricks from the demolition of the interior of the main GES-2 space (previously an immense power station). The sculptural pile is surrounded by a 4-channel sound piece created by recording the piling/building process through various points and sources in the space. The final work manifests as two detailed and intrinsically connected representations of the same action.

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