Jeremy D Slater
Saturday evening we will present live sound and video by three of the artists included in the current Fuse Works show "There Are Many Like It, But This One Is Yours".
Tmm Mulligan and Xhe Xhen are Corcorax, an electroacoustic improvised audio duo. Mulligan plays a gutted turntable with contact mikes and Xhe Xhen plays double reel-to-reel with custom modified heads to create live endless loops. Their new cassette-only release "Tape/Circles" released by Obsolete Units is in heavy rotation at the our show on a vintage boom box encased in automobile primer paint. Get it here!
Jeremy D Slater's performances include sound and live performed video that is ambient and sometimes interactive/reactive. His performance Saturday will incorporate his new record, seoul, produced using field recordings collected during his residency at Seoul Art Space_Geumcheon in South Korea. Fuse Works published seoul, a clear vinyl 1-sided 10" with the one side screen-printed at Bushwick Print Lab. Slater's record is also in heavy rotation at the Fuse Works exhibition. Get it here!
Naval Cassidy is an instant cinema artist who pulls delirious visions from tiny objects which collide in front of his camera and intermingle with liberal use of video wipes, all set to reeling off-kilter soundtracks. He has condensed his recent performance, Hot Lips, into an abbreviated version called Hot Lips in About Five Minutes, which is made portable, packaged in monogrammed USB drive in an edition of 13. Cassidy will perform variations on Hot Lips Saturday. Get the USB drive here!
Corcorax, Jeremy D Slater, Naval Cassidy
Live audio/video performances
Front Room Gallery
147 Roebling Street, Brooklyn, NY
Saturday, June 29th at 8PM
The exhibition "There Are Many Like It, But This One Is Yours" is open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays until July 7th. http://www.fuse-works.com for more information.