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Guest Lecture @ University of Michigan

I have been invited as a guest to give my lecture "Re/figuring mechanical disruption and the mediated body" which begins with two recorded projects completed between 2013-2014 and leads towards a expansive performative practice. Considering how mediation informs my musical and installation-based works for contrabass clarinet, voice, and the breath, I will address how material consequences of technologies and their sonic affect alter my performance practice. Drawing upon the idea that amplification technologies become a sort of sonic prosthesis that transmits the body, the works I will present highlight the tensions between the body and its mediation and consider the ways sound in an expanded field can be articulated within and through technology.

Earlier Event: February 13
Artist Talk @ Michigan State University