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SSSS! Second Sexing Sound Symposium: Works by Lee Blalock, Jen Hill, Deidre Huckabay and Jenna Lyle
Dec
4
7:30 PM19:30

SSSS! Second Sexing Sound Symposium: Works by Lee Blalock, Jen Hill, Deidre Huckabay and Jenna Lyle

The Second Sexing Sound Symposium (SSSS!) is a series of public events in Chicago dedicated to ideas, research, performance, and conversation surrounding female and trans-identifying practitioners in and around the sonic arts.

Our final event of SSSS! is a concert with works by Lee Blalock, Jen Hill, Deidre Huckabay and Jenna Lyle.

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OPTION: Helen Gillet Solo + Discussion with Tim Daisy
Jul
17
7:00 PM19:00

OPTION: Helen Gillet Solo + Discussion with Tim Daisy

Helen Gillet uses an amplified cello, loop pedal, effects and vocals in her solo show.  Her current solo performance explores the noise, distortion, vibration and rhythmic phasing by both extended techniques of improvisation and live looping the cello.  Afterward she'll discuss her creative practice with Tim Daisy.

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OPTION: Lou Mallozzi
Jun
19
7:00 PM19:00

OPTION: Lou Mallozzi

Lou Mallozzi presents a rare solo set of improvisations with turntables, CDs, mixer, microphones, and text. The set will be intertwined with questions, arguments and discussion posed by theorist and artist Seth Kim-Cohen. The result may be an improvised performance that contains its own interrogation, or an interrogation that improvises its own performance.

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MFCP: 'Palais de Mari,' Music & Memory
Oct
22
8:00 PM20:00

MFCP: 'Palais de Mari,' Music & Memory

Pianist Adam Tendler has led a colorful career, from a 50-state grassroots recital tour of American piano music (88x50), to realizing the feat of performing modern works from memory, like John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Prepared Piano, and here for this event, Feldman’s Palais de Mari. A professor of Sound and Liberal Arts at the School of the Art Institute, Robert Snyder is the author of Music and Memory (MIT Press). A pianist and composer, Andy Costello is the founder and executive director of the Morton Feldman Chamber Players.

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Mark Chung: 'I'll talk about my mother, maybe my grandmother too.'
May
11
7:30 PM19:30

Mark Chung: 'I'll talk about my mother, maybe my grandmother too.'

Coincident with Mother's Day, Wavefront artist Mark Chung will present a reworking of some video sculptures he made about his mother. He will screen the works as one piece, and perform a new scripted narration to accompany the visuals. Lou Mallozzi will then discuss Mark's Chicago experiences and how they have informed his work.

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