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Event Scores Performance at Issue Project Room

Yoko Ono, <em>Cut Piece</em>, 1965

Yoko Ono, Cut Piece, 1964

There’s a performance of Fluxus event scores this coming Thursday, October 22, 2008 at Issue Project Room in Brooklyn.  I’ll be in the audience eagerly watching.  Join me, will you?  Info here:

Issue Project Room
232 3rd Street, 3rd Floor
Thursday, October 23 at 8:00 pm

Fluxus scores interpreted by Bradley Eros, Lary 7 and others
Tony Conrad: 3 Loops for Performers and Tape Recorders (1961) interpreted by Lary 7
Yoko Ono: Cut Piece (1964) interpreted by Bradley Eros
Nam June Paik: Concerto for TV Cello and Videotapes (1971) interp. by M.V. Carbon
Emmett Williams: Duet for Performer and Audience (1961) interpreted by Ryan Tracy
Other performances TBA

Bradley Eros’s art practice includes expanded cinema, sound collage, performance, photography, writing, curating, mediamystics, subterranean science, and archival investigation. He is the co-founder of the Robert/a Beck Memorial Cinema and has presented work at the Whitney, MoMA, The Kitchen, Millennium, and Anthology Film Archives among countless others.

Lary 7 is an audio explorer using self-invented sound-producing objects involving the detritus of the twentieth century. He founded the Analog Society and was co-founder of the legendary Directart Productions Ltd. He has released work on Touch, Diskono, Ectoplasm, and his own Plastikville and Plastiktray imprints.

M.V. Carbon is a cellist, composer and improviser who plays and sings through tape loops, pedals and circuits. She occasionally incorporates film imagery into her performances. She is part of the electronic duo, Metalux. Her work has been released on 5RC, Load, No-Fi, and Atavistic, among others.

Ryan Tracy is a composer, writer, and performer with degrees in conducting and composition. He has fulfilled residencies at Yaddo and The Edward Albee Foundation. He is the founder of Collective Opera Company and blogs at CounterCritic.com.

Presented in part by Experimental Television Center’s Presentation Funds program, supported by the New York State Council on the Arts