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Radio Shack: Performance Vinyl Quartet and more

January 27, 2019 @ 7:00 pm UTC-5

a cabin in the woods, emanating electronic music…
a new sound installation by daniel fishkin

Flux Gallerythis location is wheelchair accessible

Sunday, January 27th
in the Flux Gallery
Vinyl Quartet
Thank You Please
Ed Bear
+ Mystery Guest


This concert is played alongside the Installation Radio Shack, a new sound installation by Daniel Fiskin
January 25th – 27th 
gallery hours: January 25th – 27th, 1pm – 6pm

Daniel Fishkin’s ears are ringing. Composer, sound artist, and instrument builder. Completely ambivalent about music. Daniel studied with composer Maryanne Amacher and with multi-instrumentalist Mark Stewart. He has performed as a soloist on modular synthesizer with the American Symphony Orchestra, developed sound installations in abandoned concert halls, and played innumerable basement punk shows. Daniel’s lifework investigating the aesthetics of hearing damage has received international press (Nature Journal, 2014); as an ally in the search for a cure, he has been awarded the title of “tinnitus ambassador” by the Deutsche Tinnitus-Stiftung. Recent activities include Composing the Tinnitus Suites: 2016, a concert series about hearing damage, taking place in Philadelphia, PA, supported by a Project Grant from The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage. Daniel received his MA in Music Composition from Wesleyan University, has taught analog synthesis at Bard College. After a stint working toward his PhD at University of California, San Diego, Daniel returned to the East Coast, and now lives in Queens, NY.


Vinyl Quartet (Daniel Fishkin + John McCowen + Vinyl Richie + Cleek Schrey) is the music of polyvinyl chloride, cane, and assorted hardwoods.


THANKYOUPLEASE (Stuart Jackson + Cleek Schrey) make music on hardanger fiddle, uilleann pipes, prepared piano, radios, and variable percussive matter.


Ed Bear [b. 1983] is an American performing artist and engineer. His work with robotics, sound, video, transmission and collective improvisation investigates the questionable calibration of social relationships with material technology. As an educator and designer committed to an equitable, open source world, he researches and practices material reuse as a civil responsibility. He has toured extensively in North America and Europe as a musician and teacher. He is currently working with littleBits, Inc. to revolutionize modular electronics. His music is available on Peira, Azul Discographica, Roar Tapes, and several other record labels.


January 27, 2019
7:00 pm UTC-5


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