Output Device Not Found
There are limitless possibilities for electronic sound. Yet often the most evocative electroacoustic works are those whose source material comes from physical space. These are recordings of where people work, where people go to be alone, what people think of themselves and what others think of them. There is a strange, ironic beauty in using mechanical means to be more representative of life, of the natural world, and of our lived experiences. Output Device Not Found presents a collage of music showcasing disparate source recordings, from narration to fiddle tunes to Billie Holiday.
Output Device Not Found features Catchfire in breakout formation on an entirely electroacoustic program - Jillian, Kyle, and Isaac perform trios, duos, and solos with technical assistance by Peter.
Thursday, April 14 at 6 PM at Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art
Friday, April 22 at 7:30 PM: Greensboro Project Space
Both shows are FREE with a suggested donation of $10.
Click to on each photo below to read about the pieces and composers featured on this program
The Other Voice, Jen Wang
Selections from neither Anvil nor Pulley, Dan Trueman
Steelworks, Anna Clyne
Winter Music, Liam Elliott
Program can be found here