Glitch, New Media & Experimental Music at Track

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Tony Youngblood

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Feb 17, 2014, 9:23:27 PM2/17/14
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Morgan Higby-Flowers is looking for new media, electronic & glitch artists (audio AND/OR video) to participate in his massive LightJazz event at Track One on March 1st. If you're interested, e-mail Morgan at mhigby...@gmail.com

Carl Oliver is performing a 3.5 hour longform improv in the middle of the giant warehouse on the same night. Read on for more info.

If you use Facebook, details here:

https://www.facebook.com/events/817324194949383/

Otherwise: 

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Track One and Seed Space are delighted to present several events for the March 1st Arts & Music at Wedgewood/Houston.

* 2 - 4 p.m, Seed Space presents Rachel Reese

* 5:30 - 9 p.m., Live in the Track One warehouse: Carl Oliver Synthesis

* 7 - 9 p.m., Seed Space presents Matt Gilbert's "Font Flowers" and Travis Janssen's "Conversion/Convergence"

* 9 p.m., afterparty at Track One

* 10 p.m., Live in the Track One warehouse: LightJazz

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2 - 4 p.m, Seed Space (inside Track One) presents Rachel Reese, $25

Join Seed Space for the next Professional Development Workshop, The Voice of Criticism in Contemporary Art, with Possible Press founder Rachel Reese.

Rachel Reese will discuss the nuances of criticism in contemporary art communities, using her experiences as founder of Possible Press, independent curator, and former editor at BURNAWAY.

The cost for the workshop is $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Details at:http://bit.ly/1dEv6oP

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5:30 to 9 p.m., Live in the Track One warehouse: Carl Oliver Synthesis, free

As you walk through the sliding doors to the warehouse at Track One, you hear echoes of music. A figure lit by a single lamp stands in the center of the room, surrounded by nests of patch cables, electronic modules and keyboards. That figure is Carl Oliver, and he's performing a longform modular synth improvisation. Walk around the giant room and explore its natural reverb as the music interacts with the space. Check back throughout the night to hear how the improv evolves. http://carl-oliver.com/

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7 - 9 p.m., continuing at Seed Space: Matt Gilbert's "Font Flowers" and Travis Janssen's "Conversion/Convergence", free

Matt Gilbert's "Font Flowers" are a series of prints which examine typography design. By rearranging the curves of different letter fonts into abstract flower-like forms, Gilbert brings attention to the aesthetic considerations and technical constructions of fonts that often go unnoticed.

Travis Janssen's multi-media installation "Conversion/Convergence" consists of a series of prints and a projection filtered through an altered box fan, creating a hypnotic pinwill image of rainbow colors on a wall. In referencing the RGB color model prevalent in modern technology, "Conversion/Convergence" addresses the mechanics and physics behind technology and the notion of light in an abstract fashion. Details at http://conta.cc/O0CAZT

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9 p.m., afterparty at Track One, free

Join us for the Arts & Music @ Wedgewood/Houston afterparty, featuring live music, drinks, and snacks.

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9 p.m, Live in the Track One warehouse: LightJazz, free

At 9 p.m. the warehouse will transform into a massive multimedia experience. Nick Briz, Morgan Higby-Flowers and jon.satrom have been organizing, performing and collaborating in various capacities and locations (Chicago US, Mexico City MX; Amsterdam NL) since 2007. Tonight they will be free-improvising with realtime home-brewed audio/video performance systems. The show, which will also feature several Nashville experimental artists, will explore digital culture, glitch art, hacking, remix culture, and experimental new media. Organized by Morgan Higby-Flowers.

LightJazz is a part of RipZipRarLANd, a four-day series sponsored by Watkins College and featuring Chicago new media artists Nick Briz and Jon Satrom. Check out the full schedule of events at: http://on.fb.me/1m1W7Vm

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Track One is located at 410 Chestnut Street, Nashville, TN 37203.

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