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Rob the Noise Bank
Curated by: Carlos Garcia Montero
2948 16th Street
San Francsico, CA 94103


December 8th, 2012 - December 11th, 2012
Opening: 
December 8th, 2012 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
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sculpture, conceptual, performance, video-art, installation, sound sculpture, sound, audio circuitry, Organic material, text, interactive media
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A series of sound performances, installations and videos
by SFAI Studio for Sound Strategies

Opening Day Performance: Saturday Dec 8th, 7pm-9pm
Followed by DJ ESCAPADE (9pm-11pm)
5$ suggested donation

Gallery Hours: Dec 9 -10-11, noon-6pm

Presentation of interactive audio circuitry, sound sculptures, light-activated
objects, videos, tents, ladders and sea-weeds

SOUND PERFORMANCES BY:
Ufuk V. DOGAN
Heejin JANG
Kent LONG
Nathan ROSQUIST
Laetitia SONAMI
Lindsay TULLY

INSTALLATIONS BY:
Elisabeth AJTAY
Cory BATES
Jaik FAULK
Carlos FRANCO
Samira HASHEMI
Tom LOUGHLIN
Nicole McCLURE
Andréanne MICHON
Francisco PINHEIRO
Nathan ROSQUIST
Ouater SAND
Dimitra SKANDALI
Lindsay TULLY
Linsey WALLACE
YAKUMAMA

ROB THE NOISE BANK

An experiment in sound, performance, video and installation by the SFAI Studio
for Sound Strategies, guided by sound artist Laetitia Sonami.

From December 8 - 11, the SFAI Studio for Sound will activate the LAB with "Rob
the Noise Bank," a presentation of interactive audio circuitry, sound sculptures,
light activated objects, videos, ladders and sea-weed. Opening night (December
8th at 7pm) will feature live performances that utilize computer generated
electronics, interactive media, and the instrument of the human body. Throughout
the exhibition, the audience will be able to appreciate a wide range of works
that experiment with sound as a medium. In one of the works, for example, the
audience will be able to manipulate the light around an object to create different
sounds, rhythms, and pitches. There will also be: an interactive dialogue between
the sonic and the visible through a "still life" of circuits; sound pieces where
the text itself becomes a sculpture, without the use of any material or object;
and organic material sculptures that utilize sound to add a new texture to their
physicality.


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