19:30 on Mon 29 Nov 2021
Bread and Salt Art Gallery
Let’s get back to the in-person performances with our first in a series of shows at the Bread & Salt Gallery, starting with an evening of electroacoustic music!
Admission is $ 5 at the door (cash / Venmo / PayPal), and masks will be required inside.
About the performers:
Francisco eme is originally from Mexico City and currently lives and works in San Diego, California. Francisco is a composer and multimedia artist. He creates installations, interventions and musical, sound and multimedia performances.
His work is guided by a deep observation of the culture in which he lives, social interactions and everyday situations. He strives to engage in a conversation with the public on the relevant issues of our time: art, society, technology and science intermingle in his practice.
Joe cantrell is a digital artist specializing in sound art, installations and performances inspired by the implications of technological objects and practices. Using the physical remnants of these processes as raw materials, his work investigates the relentless acceleration of technological production, ownership and obsolescence. He has performed and installed in numerous venues in the United States and abroad, and has received grants from New Music USA and the Creative Capital Foundation, among others.
Joe holds a BFA in Music Technology from Cal Arts, an MFA in Digital and New Media Arts from UC Santa Cruz, and a PhD in Music from UC San Diego.
John jolley is a San Diegan born and raised musician and DJ who has performed locally for 15 years. A concert musician since high school, John left the UC Riverside music program to join and tour with local rock band Hargo, and went on to host, organize and perform at several local weekly and monthly electronic music events. , including Radiation at The Stage (now Atomic) and Acid Varsity at Kava Lounge. A lifelong synthesizer enthusiast, John performs live synth music solo and with the Warranty Void trio. A frequent performer in local festivals and undergrounds, John’s DJ tends towards the experimental and rarely limits himself to specific genres or tempos. Having just joined local industry group Shaolin Signal on bass guitar, and with Acid Varsity moving to the Ken Club after the Kava Lounge closed, fans and the curious should have plenty of opportunities to experience his playing in 2022 and beyond. .
Nathan HubbardS solo music is an amalgamation of his work as an improviser, composer and instrument maker. Using acoustic and amplified instruments and a wide range of electronics, Hubbard creates a multi-layered world of sound, where music alters definitions of form, form, and outcome. This music has been performed in a wide variety of settings, from concert halls and festivals to highway underpasses and desolate mountain roads, and is documented on the recordings Born On Tuesday (2004, Circumvention Music), Blind Orchid ( 2007, Accretions Records), as well as a two-volume collection of live performances titled Cascadia Calling (live solo works 2000-2014) Volumes One and Two.
Pablo Dodero is an experimental musician from Tijuana, Mexico. He is currently pursuing a PhD at UCSD in Integrative Studies. He performs and publishes music under the nicknames Les Temps Barbares (ambient / noise) and AdiÃ³s Mundo Cruel (techno) using primarily hardware synthesizers and drum machines.
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