[June 4] 3 by 3 by 3 Workshop by G.H. Hovagimyan, Rhys Chatham, and Raphaele Shirley

This is a stripped down workshop presentation/rehearsal of the work in progress of 3by3by3 a collaborative project between Rhys Chatham, Raphaele Shirley and GH Hovagimyan.

The work is an interactive immersive performance. Rhys Chatham plays solo or with a combo in his signature minimalist style. Rapahele Shirley creates site specific light sculptures and environments and G.H. Hovagimyan controls the lights via a custom interface using gestural recognition. G.H. responds to Rhys’ music via his gestures which control Shirley’s lights. The audience views the work from around and within, immersed in this multi sensory experience.

Saturday June 4th 2016

Time: 7 pm

Harvestworks 596 Broadway #602 New York NY 10012

Phone: 212-431-1130 Subway: F/M/D/B Broadway/Lafayette, R to Prince, #6 to Bleecker

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G.H. Hovagimyan is an experimental artist working in a variety of forms.  His work ranges from new media and hypertext works to digital performance art, video art, photography and interactive installations. His work has been showcased and a part of collections in many museums and festivals, including The Whitney Museum, MOMA, The New Museum and more.

http://www.rhyschatham.com

Rhys Chatham is a composer/performer from NY currently living in Paris. Having played in the groups of Tony Conrad and La Monte Young during the early seventies, his current projects include his orchestras of 100-200 electric guitars as well as his smaller Guitar Trio configuration.

http://nujus.net/~nujus/gh_04/gallery21.html

Raphaele Shirley is a French/American multi-media visual artist working in NYC and having shown her work nationally and internationally in Museums, galleries and public spaces.. Employing diverse mediums such as neon, LED, laser, water, mist, sound, traditional materials and occasional pyrotechnics in her sculptural works, she creates site specific perceptual spaces where the  triangular relation of audience, space and art work are key.

http://www.raphaeleshirley.com

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