[June 17] Anaïs Maviel, Rashaan Carter & Mimi A.

In the context of their joint research in the healing properties of music in electro-acoustic music performance, Rashaan CarterAnaïs Maviel & Mimi A. invite you to join their work-in-progress immersive sound bath and binaural beats bouquet. At sunset, they invite you to experience meditative, minimalist and texturally rich music made of electric & acoustic bass, modular synthesizers, harmonium, percussion, singing bowls and voice in Nolan Park at Governors Island. Open to all ages, bring blankets. 

Saturday June 17, 2023 @ 7 pm

Location: Harvestworks Art and Technology Program Building 10a, Nolan Park, Governors Island


Anaïs Maviel’s work as a vocalist and composer focuses on the function of art to address Relation. With sound, she intends to lay common grounds for utopian futures, connecting intimacy and subconscious narratives with collective and large scale principles. She navigates song, choral, instrumental music and staging with a strong connection to cosmologies of sound and speech rooted in oral traditions such as mantra and ring shout. Her works hold space for transformation. With traditional and experimental approaches, Anaïs investigate the power of sound to shape reality. She has collaborated with William Parker, Meshell Ndegeocello, Pauline Kim Harris, Alarm Will Sound, Okwui Okpokwasili and Stefani Jemison, among many. 

Mimi is a sound artist whose practice lies at the intersection of experimental/improvised music and audio art. Interested in deconstructing and remodeling sonic material, she assembles mixed sources [synthesis, voice, field recording] into new immersive weavings. Her creative process involves chance/random layering as well as methodical/algorithmic processes, aiming to promote the interplay between logic and ambiguity.

Rashaan Carter worked and gained experience in the local scene in Washington D.C. and after high school, moved to New York City to attend the New School University. Rashaan studied with Buster Williams and Reggie Workman. Since moving to New York Rashaan has become entrenched in the jazz scene and has worked with Benny Golson, Curtis Fuller and Louis Hayes, Wallace Roney, Marc Cary, Cindy Blackman, Doug and Jean Carn, Antoine Roney, Sonny Simmons, and many more. He’s also studied with one of his prime influences, Ron Carter. Rashaan regularly performs with a myriad of artists in and outside of New York and can be found on various recordings as well.

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