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Contemplative Art Through the Finding of Things

As I recall this piece, I had started thinking about the moon, darkness, outer space, then decided to try a duet with a photo, then a stick from the ground. This past week we heard a new sort of idea, though not exactly  new, performed by Alicia Champlin playing a steel cello. Imagine that. It […]

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Tuesday’s at the IMRC – Paul Pfeiffer March 27th @ 7pm

The Intermedia MFA program is excited to announce our next event of the Spring 2018 visiting artist lectures series, known as Tuesdays at the IMRC. This year’s visiting artist roster promises the community a robust season of contemporary artists from across the country and around the world. Our event is on March 27th at 7:00pm […]

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IMRC Researcher in Residence Daniel Pillis Presentation – Tuesday 3/20 @ 7pm

The Intermedia MFA program is excited to announce an addition to their Spring 2018 visiting artist lectures series, known as Tuesdays at the IMRC. This year’s visiting artist roster promises the community a robust season of contemporary artists from across the country and around the world. Our recently added event on March 20th at 7:00pm […]

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A Sojourn among the Crow Tribe – April 9th @ 6pm

The IMRC is honored to host a screening of  “A Sojourn among the Crow Tribe” by film maker Sean Kernan on Monday, April 9th @ 6pm.  This event is free and open to the public. The story began when photographer Sean Kernan got an unexpected call. Come spend a week on the Crow Reservation in […]

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Less as More

My work, my art, noise, volume and music. One thing leads to another. This article in the New Yorker came to my attention and it is about music, sort of about my art, and about noise as metaphor. The article is pretty straight forward concerning noise not as metaphor, too. The film inside the story […]

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Perceptions

Review of sound piece performed February 27, 2018 at IMRC by our MFA artist-candidate Steve Norton. Amidst lined up pots, lids, and cups, also two beautiful reed instruments, we filed in quietly. His program notes read, “Sounds also carry marks of their creation, whether via breath, saliva, string noise or mallet strike” and we were asked […]

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Apahodian

Here is the sound and corrected spelling. Apahodian: Arriving at 2pm on 18 Feb, 2018 in Portland, Maine, the mysterious Apahodian underground-theater in Portland, Maine appears after my long drive. The art illustration here was done in tandem with this improvised piece, done by wonderful Rush Brown of Maine. Arriving in black and grey I […]

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Emancipating Noise

The proverbial kitchen sink travels next to Portland: from create theatrics, to performing, to walking alone, recording, photographs, and writing about the experiences… On Sunday in Portland, on Feb. 18th I will do “concept music” with percussion expert Beau Lisy (an expert in African drums) on kitchen sink and other objects. I’ll play my unusual […]

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