[Mar 5] NowNet Arts Hub Performance

Harvestworks is pleased to announce the first performance of the NowNet Arts Hub in our Network Arts Studio in partnership with Experimental Intermedia and NowNet Arts. Admission is by Donation. Attend the Livestream at the NowNet Arts Virtual Venue.

Time: Noon EST

Date: March 5, 2022

Location: online at the NowNet Arts Virtual Venue

Deep Field Synthesis by Sarah Weaver (composer), Katherine Liberovskaya (visual director). Deep Field Synthesis is a long-form network large ensemble piece on contemplative concepts of networked synchrony utilizing intuitive gesture, composition, and improvisation. The piece is performed by the NowNet Arts Hub, an international virtual contemporary audiovisual performance group in partnership with Experimental Intermedia and Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center. The Hub works with performance-quality network arts technology including JackTrip audio.

Performers: Ximena Alarcon, voice (UK), Luisa Muhr, voice (New York), Anne Sophie Andersen, violin (Denmark), Cássia Carrascoza Bomfim, flute (Brazil), Biggi Vinkeloe, alto saxophone (Sweden), Lynn Baker, saxophones (Oregon), Christian Pincock, trombone (Seattle), Colin James Gibson, guitar (Toronto), Diane Roblin, piano, electric keyboards (Toronto), Ethan Cayko, percussion (Vermont), Jane Wang, multi-instrumentalist (Boston), Gloria Damijan, toy pianos, percussion, objects (Vienna), Rebekkah Palov, electronics (New York), Travis Shetter, electronics (New York), Mike O’Connor, audio technology (Wisconsin), Kit Fitzgerald, live video (New York), Katherine Liberovskaya, live visuals (New York), Beth Warshafsky, live video (New York), Sarah Weaver, conductor (New York)


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