Performing at Roulette w/ Ensemble Decipher

Ensemble Decipher will perform at Roulette Intermedium (509 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217) on October 23rd, 8:00PM. Doors open at 7:30PM. The program will include works by Bora Yoon, Erin Rogers, and Lyn Goeringer. It will also include a collaboration between choreographer and dancer Hiva Sedaghat and ensemble members Niloufar Nourbakhsh, Robert Cosgrove, and Taylor Long.

We are still raising funds to support this incredible project and would love your help! Please consider donating below!

We greatly appreciate the support of the Alice M. Ditson Fund, the Copland Fund for New Music, the Amphion Foundation, the Fromm and Barlow Foundations, the Brooklyn Arts Council, Reed College, and the numerous individuals who have already donated. This project could not have been achieved without you!

Performing at RhizomeDC and the Peabody Institute with Ensemble Decipher

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I’m really excited to be performing works by Mari Kimura, Oliver Hickman, and Maura Drinkert on Friday, 3.31.23 at RhizomeDC with Ensemble Decipher! Also on the show are sets by Sideband and Warp Duo. Then we move on to The Peabody Institute at Johns Hopkins University, where we’ll be premiering works by Erin Rogers and Lyn Goeringer, as well as performing Mari Kimura’s KISMET, Margaret Schedel’s, Union of Workers, and Joseph Bohigian’s Stone Dreams. Hope to see you all there!

Politics I at PMF 2023

Just a quick update that Politics I is being performed Thursday, March 9th, 5:00PM at IU South Bend as part of the Performing Media Festival. Get in touch through my contact form for the link to the zoom room if you want to take part remote!

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[IQ-Wall Artist Meet & Greet] 
[March 9th]: Thursday 5:00 – 6:00 PM
University Grill, Administration Building, IU South Bend

Festival welcome address and introductory remarks featuring interactive media works by Eric Lemmon (Politics I) and Lark Spartin (DIstant Distraction, Foul Breach, Separate Sensation) at the IQ-Wall. This will be a great opportunity to meet festival artists and those who worked to put the festival together.

PMF Schedule

Politics I Paper Presentation & Performance at SEAMUS National Conference, April 7-8, NYC

Graph example of progressions.

It’s been such an honor and joy seeing how much life my work, Politics I, has been getting! Coming up, the piece will also be performed at the SEAMUS national conference here in NYC in April! I’ll also be giving a SEPARATE presentation on the work, describing the participatory sonification system that underpins the work and how that enables the audience to engage, concretely, with a politics of aesthetic preference. Get those THUMBS READY to text and get ready to compete over the shape of the work!

Visualization of the probabilistic harmonic generation system in Digital Discourse.

More details, including date and time of both the performance and paper presentation, will be coming soon, but even more importantly, I can’t wait to see all the amazing performances and interesting research that everyone is doing!

Astraeus & Politics I at the 2023 Performing Media Festival

Truly honored to have several works included in this year’s Performing Media Festival! First up, an audio-visual rendering of Astraeus, from my upcoming album, Timegivers, will be installed at the South Bend Museum of Art in either the Museum’s Project Room Gallery or the Weikamp Gallery from 1.14-3.19.23. Then, Politics I will be performed during the festival, March 9-10!