[Sep 20] Drone Clone – Frost, Cloud and Hunt

Drone Clone returns to Harvestworks with a new multichannel work. It will weave found sound, guitar and live processing using electronic and analog textures to create moving stories about nostalgia, disappearing landscapes and memory. Drone Clone is extremely interested in the ephemeral nature of our daily lives and the topography of experience. The sonic landscapes constructed throughout the performance will aim to mimic the decay and transiency present in our cognitive states.

[Sep 20] Drone Clone – Frost, Cloud and Hunt

Gocha Tsinadze
Friday, Sep 20, 7pm
Admission: FREE

Location: Harvestworks – www.harvestworks.org 596 Broadway, #602 | New York, NY 10012 | Phone: 212-431-1130 Subway: F/M/D/B Broadway/Lafayette, R Prince, 6 Bleeker
The work will weave found sound, guitar and live processing using electronic and analog textures to create moving stories about nostalgia, disappearing landscapes and memory. Drone Clone is extremely interested in the ephemeral nature of our daily lives and the topography of experience. The sonic landscapes constructed throughout the performance will aim to mimic the decay and transiency present in our cognitive states.Through an immersive multi channel surround-scape Drone Clone creates a connection to sonic environment and climate. Cognition and memory are in this case surrounded by a kind of psychoacoustic climate. By incorporating field recordings in the composition Drone Clone further displaces the experience and it’s geography from it’s original source. The documentary nature of the recording becomes submerged within algorithmic process to mimc the effect of time and senses on memory and experience.

The performance will be divided in three scored movements approximately 20 min long.

Drone Clone is a project of Gocha Tsinadze’s. He is an interdisciplinary artist working in Drawing, Painting, and Sound and digital media. His work aims to bridge experience and fiction to create new topographies. Tsinadze hails from the republic of Georgia, though since his childhood, he lives and works in New York City.Tsinadze has exhibited and performed at White Box, Smack Mellon, New York Electronic arts festival New Jersey Institute of Technology, Monkeytown, Bricolodge, 58 gallery and more. For more info please visit www.GochaTsinadze.net

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