Artists' Television Access


Friday, June 2, 2006, 8:00 pm, $5

Joshua Churchill

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Scott Arford has long been one of the leading figures of new media arts in the San Francisco Bay Area. His works include sound and visual performances, multichannel sound and video installations, and low-frequency spatial-acoustic explorations. He was awarded an Honorable Mention in the 2005 Prix Ars Electronica. In 1995 Arford founded 7hz, a warehouse/performance space, and until 2002, It was one of San Francisco’s leading venues for noise and experimental music, featuring numerous international artists including Francisco Lopez, Blechdom from Blectum, Zbigniew Karkowski, Mayuko Hino, and John Duncan.

T/R, an ever-changing acronym, is the solo noise project of Joshua Churchill, a local cross-disciplinary artist whose experimental sound performances, installations, and recordings fuse live processing and manipulation of found/altered electronics and field recordings with light and space to create an immersive sonic environment.

Skullcaster presents remote-composed synaptic squall for pulse generator and the bent little circuits of a talking teacher children’s language toy. A.K.A. Shaun from local brutalsoundfx damnbient electro-sludge combo Earwicker.

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