Asha Tamirisa’s long-form improvised performances incorporate various combinations of digital, analog, and tactile media—such as analog synthesizers, sounding objects, moving image, and generative text—and often seek to use the site of the performance as part of the instrumentation. Most recently, historical allegories, memories, and archival materials have been finding their way into her sensorial multimedia performances.
Anna Friz is a Canadian sound and media artist and media studies scholar. Since 1998 Anna has predominantly created self-reflexive radio for broadcast, installation or performance, where radio is the source, subject, and medium of the work. Her compositions for theatre, dance, film, installation, and solo performance reflect upon public media culture, environment and infrastructure (human and extra-human, acoustic, and electro-magnetic), time perception, and speculative fiction.
Delicate Sen is the trio of Billy Gomberg (synthesizers), Anne Guthrie (french horn), and Richard Kamerman (percussion). Individually, the three have collaborated with a broad array of players in improvisation, new music, noise, electronica, and rock ‘n’ roll and worked with labels including Engraved Glass, Digitalis, Students of Decay, Experimedia, Obsolete Units, HOMOPHONI, Copy For Your Records, and more.
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