CT::SWaM partnered with Harvestworks to present two audio-visual multi-channel performance works, commissioned and produced by the Harvestworks Artist-in-Residence Program, at the Knockdown Center on Thursday, May 5th.
The evening featured All the more my thoughts multiply, a new work by Jane Rigler and Elizabeth Hoffman with video by Anna Weisling and The Audio Visual Matrix by diNMachine (Michael Schumacher and Nisi Jacobs).
Jane Rigler & Elizabeth Hoffman; Anna Weisling, video : All the more my thoughts multiply
diNMachine (Michael Schumacher & Nisi Jacobs) : The Audio Visual Matrix
CT::SWaM presented compositions and experiments for audible space by Kamron Saniee and Doron Sadja as part of the second collaboration between CT::SWaM and Neu West Berlin on Monday, March 14th, 2016.
Kamron Saniee : Live multichannel performance for >6ch radial speaker system.
Doron Sadja : The Gentle Caress of a Stone Wall
CT::SWaM presented an evening of duo performances at Cantina Royal on February 29th, 2016.
Marcia Bassett & Stephen Conover : INTUITION & REASON (for 8 channels)
Jordan Topiel Paul & Gao Jiafeng : 80, 30
CT::SWaM presented an evening of 8-channel spatial sound compositions and talks as part of the New Ears Festival at Fridman Gallery on January 11th, 2016.
Patrick Franke ::
Merche Blasco ::
Gordon Minette & Kamron Saniee ::
PANEL:TALK :: moderated by Mona Chromatic
Michael Musick ::
CT::SWaM presented a satellite performance in collaboration with Neu West Berlin on Wednesday, January 6th, 2016.
Daniel Neumann [NYC]:: Contemporary Temporary:: : Soundcheck 2016: (see more…)
Following a move from their old base at the Fridman Gallery, CT::SWaM relocated its Summer Sessions to a new home at the Knockdown Center. For one week in November, CT-SWaM provided an experimental environment for sound artists, composers, and students seeking to expand their current practices and explore spatialization as a creative element. Workshops ran from the 11th to the 13th, public presentations on the 14th and 15th, and final performances held on the 17th of November 2015.
November 11 – 17 2015
Pedro Lopes (Berlin/Portugal) : turntable-driven surround sound
Gabe Raines : “Sun Castle – Room of a Thousand Doors – Door Two”
Jenn Grossman : 2 multi-channel pieces: : :”Mechanical modulation”
Woody Sullender : “Variations on Furniture Music”
For two weeks, from August 16th to the 31st of 2015, CT::SWaM and the Fridman Gallery collaborated to turn the gallery into a Temporary multi-channel sound studio.
Presentations: Experiments: Studies: Concerts: and: Exchange:
Gen Ken Montgomery : his roots and CONtacts
Bob Bellerue : multi-channel evolution
Mene Savasta : selections from Campo Cerano, adopted for 8 channels
Jenn Grossman : ‘extended hymns’
Federico Escalante : “Trama I”
Jukka Hautamäki : improvisation with modified electronics, 9.1
Stephen Schaum : eight-channel sine wave composition
Wolfgang Gil : ‘Color Tones’ (installation)
Brett Sroka feat. Alicia Hall : ‘Sine Qua Non’
Leah Beeferman and Alfon Knogl: : ‘Light Things, Solid Things’
David Moscovich feat. Beatriz Albuquerque, Cecily Iddings, Justin Maki, Daniel Neumann and Mike Topp : un-language: a collaborative, improvised spatial sound performance
Kamron Saniee : Oktemes
Jeremy Slater : octophonic pieces
Richard Garet : Mnemonics: for Space Invaders
CT::SWaM presented performances by Colombian performers David Vélez and Juan Cortés at Fridman Gallery on March 3rd, 2015.
David Vélez : Parallel
Juan Cortés : A Ras de Tierra
CT-SWaM presented Chris Pitsiokos and Philip White, m@rk0 T|m!|N, and Evidence (Stephan Moore + Scott Smallwood) at The Living Gallery on May 18th, 2015.
Christ Pitsiokos and Philip White : PAROXYSM
m@rk0 T|m!|N : UNTITLED IMPROVISATION
Evidence : Spatial Improvisation
CT::SWaM collaborated with the MoMA PS1 Print Shop and
ALLGOLD to co-present AURAL TOOLS by Attila Faravelli on December 4th, 2014.