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Tracking Feldman
Live performance: 14 Jan 2007 -- 4:00 pm
Presented by: PhilCurtis
Public: $5 to $10 sliding scale
Dangerous Curve Gallery, 1020 East Fourth Place (500 Molino Street #102)
Los Angeles -- USA

You can participate in Phil Curtis' ongoing piece, Tracking Feldman starting at 4 pm Sunday afternoon, January 14, at the Dangerous Curve Gallery in downtown Los Angeles. This performance is a continuation of a sound installation Curtis first did in Fall 2006 at the Long Beach Sound Walk. Tracking Feldman is a hybrid performance/sound installation that invites the audience to participate in controlling computer-generated sounds. Audience members will be able to control sound processes through a Wacom tablet, a shuttle controller, and a virtual reality glove; they will also be able to send sound into the system via an audio input from either a radio or ipod. These various elements cross-modulate and interact in unpredictable ways with samples, filters, delays, noise, oscillators, and sundry other electronic music staples, in ways that develop and change over the course of the piece.

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