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Audiopollination 81

Saturday March 14 2020 – I am sorry, you will need to press on watch on Vimeo to watch the videos

Set 1: Rick Sacks, John Oswald and David Sait

Audiopollination 81 Set 1 from Arraymusic on Vimeo.

Set 2: Ryan Kinney, Laura Gillis, Michelangelo Iaffaldano

AP 81 Set 2 from Arraymusic on Vimeo.

Set 3: Tiina Kiik, Michael Lynn and David Story

Audiopol 81 set 3 from Arraymusic on Vimeo.

Set 4: Tiina Kiik, Michael Lynn, David Story, Rick Sacks, Ryan Kinney, Laura Gillis, Michelangelo Iaffaldanano

AP 81 Set 4 from Arraymusic on Vimeo.


Audiopollination 54

Saturday September 9th Audiopollination #54

Audiopollination self curation is firing back up so come and enjoy the fireworks
starts 8pm on the dot
$10 entry

Set 1: Michael Lynn/ Michelangelo Iaffaldano/ UsK/ Laura Gillis
Set 2 Alex Fournier/ Ashley Urquhart/ Arnd Jurgensen
Set 3 Neil Wiernik – io media reunion/ Michael Trommer – io media reunion/ Rob Cruickshank & Dafydd Hughes – io media reunion
Set 4 Brian Abbott (guitar), Michael Keith (saz and/or bari uke and/or guitar), Nilan Perera (guitar), Araz Salek (tar)

Audiopollination #28.4

Audiopollination 28.4 @ NAISA Soundbash Saturday March 28th @ 8pm

event photo by Jamie Thompson

event photo by Jamie Thompson

Somewhere There in partnership with NAISA presents Audiopollination #28.4 as part of the New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) Soundbash series

Ted Philips, (cataRT) Aki Takahashi, (Samisen/voice) Barry Prophet (Sound Art & Electro-acoustic Percussion)/ Michelangelo Iaffaldano

improvisuals by John Creson and Adam Rosen
Event art by Jamie Thompson

For the month of March, NAISA’s installation space is filled with everyday objects especially selected for the interesting sounds they make when struck or played, offering you a chance to play with sound and manipulate it live. A weekly series of performances through the month transforms the installation into a performance instrument featuring many local sound artists.

John Creson and Adam Rosen co-curate this special sound bash edition of the Audiopollination series. A diverse group of improvisors from the city will be mixed and matched through the evening for acoustic and electroacoustic sets of improvisation using the sound bash as a shared ensemble instrument. In recognition of Earth Hour, one set will be acoustic and in near darkness.