CultureHub Live-Wired: Tze Chun/ Daniel Iglesia / Ursula Kwong Brown

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CultureHub Live-Wired: Tze Chun/ Daniel Iglesia / Ursula Kwong Brown

Time: December 15, 2011 from 8:30pm to 10:30pm
Location: CultureHub
Street: 47 Great Jones Street
City/Town: New York, New York
Website or Map: http://www.culturehub.org/eve…
Event Type: performance, /, discussion
Organized By: Culturehub
Latest Activity: Dec 12, 2011

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Join us for Live-Wired with Tze Chun, Daniel Iglesia and Ursula Kwong-Brown. There will be a performance of the multi-media piece Phase Vidcoder, and a performance by Datalore. The pieces will be followed by a discussion of the work open to questions from the audience.

Phase Vidcoder is an audio-video collaboration between choreographer Tze Chun and composer Daniel Iglesia. This multi-media performance piece incorporates live video, layers of projected images, and the use of delay replay, simultaneous recording and playback to investigate movement's relationship to time and space.

Datalore is a duo consisting of Game Boy sound synthesis, vocoder, guitar, toy keyboard, and drum pad. It's robo-circuits are controlled by Daniel Iglesia and Ursula Kwong-Brown.

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