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Live Stage: Tranzducer.007 [us NYC]

tranzducer007.jpgTranzducer.007 :: July 27, 2007; 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm :: LEMURplex, 461 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn (between 9th and 10th streets) :: $5 at the door.

For Tranzducer.007, we’re bringing a threesome of wonderful fellows over from the City of Neighborhoods for a Baltimore, MD showcase at LEMURplex. Timothy Nohe will join Andy Hayleck and Steve Bradley in a set of solo concerts of new electro-acoustic works. Come listen. Season of the Bit video-game tune selections between sets. TRANZDUCER is LEMURplex’s music, art and performance series curated by Eric Singer and Jamie Allen.

Timothy Nohe is an artist and educator engaging traditional and electronic media in public life and public places. His recent work has been realized in Intermedia works, including site-specific sound and video installations, sound scores for dance, sculpture and photography. He recently debuted two visual scores for Percy Grainger’s “Electric Eye Tone Tool”, transcribed from rubbings produced at historic penal colony buildings in Sydney, Australia. He is currently composing with a range of sonic materials gathered at Botany Bay: gale winds and tides; Guriwal funeral songs; satellite data streams; the cries of sulfur-crested cockatoos; radio frequency intercepts; tombstone epitaphs, convict songs, the idling diesel thrum of inter-modal container terminals

Nohe was the recipient of a 2006 Fulbright Senior Scholar Award from the Australian – American Fulbright Commission. Three Maryland State Arts Council awards have sustained his work in the area of New Genre and Installation/Sculpture. He will continue his work in Australia in January 2008.

Andy Hayleck lives on the west side in Baltimore, MD. His work explores intensive and patient listening. He makes field recordings that concentrate on specific phenomena, such as ice, the internal sound of bridges or the underwater sounds of the Chesapeake Bay. As an instrumentalist he often works with resonance, transductance and unstable systems, usually using bowed metal (gong/saw/scrap metal) and a computer. Recordings include “Two Gong/Wire Pieces” (EHSE), “The Disappearing Floor” (Recorded) and “Various Recordings Involving Ice” (HERESEE).

Steve Bradley’s art practice engages sound performance/installation, and material culture. He explores the boundaries of urban and suburban culture by collecting debris, sound, and images from the consumed and littered landscape. His sound works have been published in Radio Territories by Errant Bodies Press, Copenhagen, Denmark and included in Digital Art Week 06 Soundscape event held in Zurich, Switzerland. Since 1998, he has curated art@radio, a net.radio broadcast of sound art and experimental music. Bradley is an active member of the collective, URBANtells whose work focuses on the intricacies between the architecture, the human and cultural geography found within any city. Bradley teaches at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County in the Department of Visual Arts.


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