Select performances & exhibitions


Foreign Correspondence
AUG 21, 2020
Channel 4
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A survey of international contemporary video art including film, video synthesis and expanded cinema. Premiering this week on Manhattan public access Channel 4 and available via Harvestworks’ livestream, each episode will be archived and available for later viewing. New episodes will be broadcast monthly.

Featuring work by:
Ted Davis
Toby Kaufmann-Buhler
Dylan A. Marcheschi
Derek Holzer
Mike Sidnam
Nathan Cearley

How to watch:
MNN Channel 4
Spectrum 67
FIOS 36
RCN 85


Ende Tymes
JUNE 6, 2020
Experimental Sound Studio
5925 N Ravenswood Ave
Chicago, Illinois
60660
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"Ende Tymes Festival is an annual event celebrating noise, experimental music, and video art. We didn't really think our name would so quickly become so horribly appropriate for contemporary reality, but Mother Nature (and corrupt politicians and fascist cops) have a way of informing you without remorse when you are in the wrong (or they say you are). We are thoroughly saddened and disgusted (but not surprised) by the recent and ongoing failures of the US federal and state governments to protect our communities from the virii of Covid and racism, to defend and justify and promote their violent and corrupt power trip (actions and legacy), to engage in a war with citizens, with vested interests that profit from conflict and harm. We march in solidarity with the families of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many Black Brown and Native peoples whose lives have been lost to white supremacist police brutality, and careless (exploitative) governance for communal resources. on June 6 Ende Tymes has an evening of audio/video streams which is being hosted by Experimental Sound Studio, and we will be donating the money raised to support the following: Gianna Floyd fundraiser https://www.gofundme.com/f/gianna-floyd-daughter-of-george-floyd-fund Justice for Breonna Taylor https://www.gofundme.com/f/9v4q2-justice-for-breonna-taylor I Run With Maud https://www.gofundme.com/f/i-run-with-maud Navajo Nation Covid 19 Relief https://www.gofundme.com/f/navajo-nation-covid-19-relief Brad Charles (Navajo Musician/Queertavist, maker of face masks for the community) https://alibi.com/music/38713/Electronic-Blessings.html We will present dozens of fresh recordings made by past, present, and future Ende Tymes noise artists and experimental musicians, including: John Duncan Hiroshi Hasegawa Lasse Marhaug Andrea Pensado Regression Lucas Abela Brian Chase Jim Haynes Sour Spirit Crystal Penalosa Bob Bellerue Yuki Moriyama Sunk Heaven Kjostad Street Rat JHK Whitey Alabastard Yousuke Fuyama Human Fluid Rot Dylan Marcheschi Buff Noise 1990 Hypertrophy Bobb Hatt Carbus please tune in if you are not otherwise being disposed of at 8pm June 6 on the Experimental Sound Studio twitch page: https://www.twitch.tv/experimental_sound_studio"


November Night Festival
Nov 30, 2019
Park Church Co-op
129 Russell St.
Brooklyn, NY
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4th annual November night festival
w/Jessi Long David Linton Matthew Gantt Heidi Lorenz Jason Snell Trevor Dunn Dylan Marcheschi & Alex Beckmann Brian Chase Gabe Raines ensemble Victoria Keddie Ed Bear Rob Mayson Visuals by Valeria Haedo Mike Mazzotta Andrew MacFarlane Sofy Yuditskaya Mike Sidnam Corey Bauer


Abasement #53
Sept 9, 2019
Max Fish
120 Orchard St
New York, NY
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- Bob Bellerue
- C.Penalosa/S.Conover
- Charmaine Lee/Sam Weinberg/C Spencer Yeh
- Painted Faces
- dj Dylan Marcheschi


Intergrated Channels
July 11-31, 2019
Made in NY Media Center
Ground Floor
30 John St.
Brooklyn, NY
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Featuring new and existing work from:
Melissa Montero Katie Doyle & Sarah Johnsrude Chris Gauthier Dylan Marcheschi Tatiana Stolpovskaya Anne-Katrine Hansen Wendy Cong Zhao Nathan Fitch Dena Kopolovich Lily Lake Janis Mahnure Kayoko Nakamura Zoya Baker Mary Hanlon Katherin Machalek, Annie Berman, & Clàudia Prat
https://nymediacenter.com/events/event/?id=0BB16BDC-64CF-414D-B79D0198EF193D74&slugid=integrated-channels-opening-reception


Dr. Stanley Krippner + Friends
June 29, 2019
260 Java St.
Brooklyn, NY
6PM til midnight
$15 door
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Steve Speer’s Mind Cosmologies and Sera Phi present:
Dr. Stanley Krippner, world renowned psychologist, researcher and pioneer in the fields of dream studies and mythology. Following a lecture on shamanism practices and hallucinogenics Dr. Krippner will oversee an experiment in telepathy and remote viewing inspired by his legendary 1971 telepathy experiments with the Grateful Dead.

As a contemporary of Abbie Hoffman and Timothy Leary, Dr. Krippner took part in the original LSD experiments at Harvard and helped popularize parapsychology and alternative therapy in western society.

Special guest assistant: Dr. Stuart Fischer, longtime associate of Dr. Krippner's who worked at the Maimonides Medical Center Dream Laboratory. The MMC Dream Laboratory was created in 1964 for the specific purpose of studying possible telepathic effects in dreams.

Stanley Krippner (born Oct 4, 1932) is an American psychologist, parapsychologist, and executive faculty member and Professor of Psychology at Saybrook University in Oakland, California. Formerly, Krippner was director of the Kent State University Child Study Center and director of the Maimonides Medical Center Dream Research Laboratory of Brooklyn, New York. He has written extensively on altered states of consciousness, dream telepathy, hypnosis, shamanism, dissociation, and parapsychological subjects. Krippner was an early leader in Division 32 of the American Psychological Association (APA), the division concerned with humanistic psychology, serving as President of the division from 1980 - 1981. He also served as president of division 30, the Society for Psychological Hypnosis, and is a Fellow of four APA divisions. Krippner has conducted experiments with Montague Ullman into dream telepathy at the Maimonides Medical Center. In 2002, Krippner won the APA Award for Distinguished Contributions to the International Advancement of Psychology.

- Doors 5:30PM
- 6PM Sound therapy
- 6:45 Zeljko McMullen
- 7:15 Dylan A. Marcheschi, tactile A/V performance
- 7:45 Rebbe David Grollman
- 8:00 David Linton, bicamRL A/V
- 8:30 Reg Bloor
- 8: 45 Jeff Eissfeldt (SMRT), drumming
- 9:00 Lecture by Dr. Stanley Krippner
- 10:00 Telepathy experiment with Dr. Stanley Krippner

The location of this event, Sera Phi, has been retrofitted with multichannel immersive sound and light technologies, in addition to sound resonators embedded throughout the space which will allow guests to experience multi-sensory performances unlike anywhere else.


The Art of the Score: a graphic score exhibition
June 08-29, 2019
ABC No Rio in Exile
519 Evergreen Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11221
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The Art of the Score:
When Art, Music, Scoring and Instrumentation Collide

Featuring work by: David Colosi, Nikki D’Agostino, Marnie Jaffe, Sara Landau, Dylan Marcheschi, Jack Nantz, Lawry Romani

Opening reception: Saturday June 8 at 7:00PM
With live screenprinting at the opening and performances by:
6/14
Art Gray Noize Quintet
Um
Richard Lee Bruise
6/22
Female Genius
Anonymous Elder
Crucifix Trio
3 Teens Kill 4 Music Videos
6/29
Elisa Flynn
Maharadja Sweets
RB Korbett

Exhibition supported in part by the New York State Council on the Arts, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and the William Talbot Hillman Foundation.


Tania Caroline Chen • Dylan A. Marcheschi • Alex Beckmann
June 15, 2019
Synesthesia
47 thames St.
Brooklyn, NY 11237
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Brian Chase /
Dylan A. Marcheschi
June 15, 2019
Sunview Lunchnet
221 Nassau Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11222
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David First •
Dylan A. Marcheschi
May 4, 2019
Synesthesia
47 Thames St.
Brooklyn, NY
11237
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Brian Chase • Sannety (NL) • Dylan A. Marcheschi
January 20, 2019
Muchmores
2 Havemeyer St.
Brooklyn, NY
11211
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Trevor Dunn, Wendy Eisenberg & Ches Smith / Sannety (NL) / Marcheschi
January 20, 2019
The Footlight
465 Seneca Ave.
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Noise Fest
DEC 22, 2018
Muchmore's
2 Havemeyer St.
Brooklyn, NY
11211
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Noise Festivus w/ VX Bliss, Octonomy, Jackson H.K., Beton Tage, Mike Sidnam, KPG (NJ), Extreme Sickness, Channel63, Spreaders, Orders From Upstairs (Jahiliyya Fields, Wetware), Dylan Marcheschi, Jen Kutler, Donki Ra, Visuals by Videopunks, Jim Tuite


A/V Night
DEC 2, 2018
Muchmore's
2 Havemeyer St.
Brooklyn, NY
11211
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Mike Sidnam Dylan A. Marcheschi Andrew McFarlane Jenn Grossman Collin Crowe


November Night Festival
NOV 24, 2018
the Park Church Co-op
129 Russell St.
Brooklyn, NY
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Collin Crowe Ariana van Gelder Johnny Lancia Lauds Dylan A. Marcheschi Scooter McCrae Gabe Raines VISUALS Valeria Divinorum Mike Sidnam Vaporstack


NYU Multichannel Series
NOV 17, 2018
NYU Waverly Labs
24 Waverly Pl
New York, NY
10003
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In collaboration with NYU Waverly Labs for Computing & Music we present in 8.1 channel surround sound:
Laura Boland
Dylan A. Marcheschi
Alexey Pliousnine
visuals by Vaporstack
Produced by Sofy Yuditskaya, Miah Artola, and WvS
https://abunopluribus.com/
http://nyu-waverlylabs.org/


Boolean Determinations
OCT 14, 2018
Muchmore's
2 Havemeyer St.
Brooklyn, NY
11211
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Tom Hamilton Dylan A. Marcheschi Hans Tammen Matthew Ostrowski Andrew Neumann


Aylu / Gantt / Ariana Van Gelder / Marcheschi / Amelia Rose / Vaporstack
SEPT 2, 2018
H0L0
1090 Wyckoff Avenue
Queens, NY
11385
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Aylu - (Orange Milk, ZONA, Sun Ark) Ariana Van Gelder Amelia Rose Matthew D Gantt Dylan Marcheschi Live visuals by Vaporstack


Work #53
AUG 22, 2018
Muchmore's
2 Havemeyer St.
Brooklyn, NY
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Aaron Moore Andrew Neumann Mike Sidnam Crystal Penalosa Cecilia Lopez Dylan A. Marcheschi


Freak Flag Festival at the Brooklyn Kitchen:
JUNE 15, 16 & 17, 2018
The Brooklyn Kitchen
100 Frost St.
Brooklyn, NY
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Erkkiblum, Mottel Media, Khloaris Film and Ignivomous present:
Freak Flag Fest http://freakflag.info/

Friday, June 15th Scott Kiernan and Victoria Keddie Hard Nips Jessica Pavone Mia Theodoratus with Lary 7 and Michael Evans Cooper Moore Spires That in the Sunset Rise Hippy With a Hammer (Steve DiBenedetto of Ted Carol Alice, Ernie Brooks of Modern Lovers, Bill Komoski of Dirty Mirrors, Jon Kessler of Patsys) Upper Wilds (with Dan Friel)

Saturday, June 16th Afternoon Freak featuring Mike Watt, Danny Frankel & Matt Mottel Colin Langenus (Usaisamonster), Jim Thomson (Gwar), Jesse Lent (CSC Funk Band) & Jim Mchugh (Sunwatchers) Laura Ortman C Tara Gladden & David Glad Excepter Electroputas DJs Rob & Chip!

Sunday, June 17th Interactive Inflatable Installation by Tamar Zohara Ettun Bob Bellerue Michiru Inoue, Tamio Shiraishi & Dylan A. Marcheschi Mrs. William Horsley Causings Prince Harvey Troostite

KHLOARIS FILMS is a production company that writes, produces, directs, animates, scores, and edits original film, television, and multimedia content. KHLOARIS also programs and hosts screening events. KHLOARIS works with filmmakers to develop, envision, and properly produce their content. KHLOARIS’s goal is to create, support, and present unusual content in a variety of mediums. KHLOARIS is Kenneth Filmer and Nouri Zander.

KHLOARIS will be curating the film and video portions of the Freak Flag Festival overall and will have a program of shorts they produced as well. The programming will run the gamut from live 16mm multi-projector presentations to a multi-media installation from a venerated NYC film workshop and journal to a living VHS museum/lounge to one very strange feature film. KHLOARIS wants to celebrate all New York underground film, from highbrow films made by academics, to no-budget trash made by scoundrels.

Freak Flag Fest brings together art, music, food and friends. Let your Freak Flag fly, and remember why we love this town. FFF is sonic, video, projection and installation art, plus awesomely discordant music loud and quiet. FFF is homemade vegan treats inspired by queer hippies. FFF is a totally legal underground rock show revival for all, from legit youth to the somewhat middle-aged. There will be chairs and drinks and inflatables. From long standing jazz artists like Cooper Moore to rock legends like Mike Watt, rap from Prince Harvey, Upper Wilds (featuring Dan Friel), and more, the festival will span and bend genres, ears, eyes and minds.

An installation from the Horror Boobs Trailer Park and a feature length film Terror Firmer from TROMA.

Food will come from the minds of the Brooklyn Kitchen founder Harry Rosenblum and chef Fred Hua from Nha Minh. Fermentation will rule the stage for the eats with dishes like dosas with dal, fresh housemade tempeh, beverages and more. Fifth Hammer Beer, Brooklyn Kura Sake, Red Hook Wine, and Brooklyn Cider House will contribute their craft beverages to the mix.

Day passes as well a whole festival pass are available - this is a weekend you don’t want to miss.

This event is being streamed live on Wave Farm’s Standing Wave Radio [link to https://wavefarm.org/listen], and recorded for future broadcast on Wave Farm's WGXC 90.7-FM [link to http://wgxc.org] in New York's Upper Hudson Valley


Works in Progress screening
MAY 5, 2018
Anthology Film Archives
32 Second Ave
New York, NY
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Orange Milk Records Showcase
APRIL 27, 2018
H0L0
1090 Wyckoff Avenue
Queens, NY
11385
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Noumenal Loom / Orange Milk / Squiggle Dot Showcase
Hollywaxwing
Seth Graham
Euglossine + NO CARRIER
Koeoasaeme
Dok - S
Kazuya Suwa
Matthew D. Gantt
Dylan A. Marcheschi
Visuals by Videopunks


Limited Resources 16
APRIL 4, 2018
Muchmores
2 Havemeyer
Brooklyn, NY
11211
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Featuring:
Dylan Marcheschi Jenn Grossman Bliss Muzakz


Hive Mind III
FEB 17, 2018
Honey's
93 Scott Ave
Brooklyn, NY
11237
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HIVE MIND: a night of music 🐝🍯🐝Honeys🐝🍯🐝 Listen to the the exclusive sounds of: 👽😴👥 JOHANN JOSEPH FUXSWINE 👽😴👥 https://soundcloud.com/fuxswine the mysterious techno of: 💾💻🖱️Collin Crowe🖱️💻💾 https://m.soundcloud.com/lost-soul-enterprises/lse10-1-b1-collin-crowe-never tones to the bone with my man chebônè For now we shall call.him 🔗🗡️💀 J.L.C.L. 💀🗡️🔗 Http://SoundCloud.com/jlcl the cosmic coherence that is: 👻🤔 L'esprit de L'escalier 🤔👻 www.kimsutheiler.com A performance by 🌴💕 MARS SI 💕🌴 DJ set by the 1 and only: ⏯️💿 DJ Player 💿⏯️ http://SoundCloud.com/thedjplayer


Distended Cinema
JAN 21, 2018
H0L0
1090 Wyckoff Avenue
Queens, NY
11385
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The Mission for Temporal Art presents
An evening of Realtime AV & Live Para-Cinema
Curated by David Linton

featuring:
camilla padgitt-coles
jonas bers
naval cassidy
dylan marcheschi
scott kiernan
margaret schedel / sofy yuditskaya / jess rowland
eric barry drasin


Animation Night
JAN 20, 2018
Harvestworks
596 Broadway
New York, NY
10012
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A night of animated shorts from around the world. We'll be screening traditional 2D animation, experimental animation, cartoons, computer generated, animutation, rotoscoping, photograms, stop-motion and more!

7-9PM with intermission

Works by (in order of appearance):
Jonni Phillips David Lewandowski Ben Meinhardt Greg Condon Mike Sidnam Kyle & Nick Scott Kiernan Michael Rootare & Jeffrey Meacham League of Taste and Class Lynn Kim Grant Kolton Pencilmation Sketchhead Films Matt Reynolds Dylan Reitz & Savannah Winchester Sergey Posokhin Henry Thurlow & D'Art Shtajio Tyler Landis Victoria Keddie Felix Colgrave Dylan Marcheschi Noiserover Matthew Thurber Ryan Soper Anna Firth Nathan Cearley Kris Baldwin Inside Studio Sick Animation Alice Cohen DannyGod James Mercer


Bruce McClure · Mike Sidnam · Dylan A. Marcheschi
JAN 27, 2018
H0l0
1090 Wyckoff Ave.
New York, NY
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Bruce McClure began working with stroboscopic discs as an entry to cinematic pursuits. A contemporary of John Cage, and considered a pioneer in the field of optical sound, McClure works with customized 16mm projectors, using loops of film as the basis for his improvisations which marry patterns of synchronized light and sound. His film and live projector performances have been exhibited at numerous venues and festivals around the world, including the Rotterdam International Film Festival, the Toronto International Film Festival, the New York Film Festival’s “Views of the Avant-Garde,” the Whitney Biennial 2002 & 2004, the Walker Art Center, the Wexner Center for the Arts, as well as in the UK, Italy, Australia, and elsewhere, even landing him a spot opening for Throbbing Gristle's 2009 reunion tour. In 2011 he received a fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.

w/
Dylan A. Marcheschi
Mike Sidnam


12 Hour Drone Fest
JAN 14, 2018
H0L0
1090 Wyckoff Avenue
Queens, NY
11385
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Twelve Hours of Drone featuring (in order of appearance):
Mark Kleeb Geoff Hanssler Genevieve Kammel Morris Billy Cancel Nathan Cearley the Kings County MicroKORG Choir Andrew Alburn Will Owen Russ Alderson David Drucker & Joshua Tabbia Man Bartlett Ivan Khilko Christophe Richard Chris Moore David Plakon John Blonde Jenn Grossman Dave Koenig Ben Seretan Joan Hacker Johann Diedrick Dan Gitlin Andrew Clark Jeremy Slater Lizzie Hurst Allen Riley Tamara Yadao Andrew Pelizzaro Jon Williams Brian Hersey Lindsay Tuttle Mike Green Corey Bauer Luke Chiaruttini Dylan Marcheschi Andy Wallace David First Sam Kulik Jeanann Dara Ian Douglas-Moore Neil Sveri Ka Baird Pat Spadine Marcia Bassett Doug Marvin Bob Bellerue Chris LiButti Jesse DeRosa Ryan Soper Smhoak Mosheein Anastasia Clarke Kevin Pelrine


Monthly Modular Series (Final Show)
DEC 3, 2017
Muchmores
2 Havemeyer
Brooklyn, NY
11211
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Dylan A. Marcheschi, Huron, Scooter McCrae, Mike Sidnam Visuals by Jim Tuite


Mark Charles Morgan / Dylan Marcheschi / Eric Pitra / Leila Bordreuil
NOV 25, 2017
The Park Church Co-op
129 Russell St
Brooklyn, NY
11222
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❏ Mark Charles Morgan
❏ ❐ Dylan Marcheschi
❏ ❐ ❑ Eric Pitra
❏ ❐ ❑ ❐ Leila Bordreuil


Bastl / Snazzy / G Lucas Crane / Sidnam / Marcheschi / Pechman / Gill
OCT 11, 2017
H0L0
1090 Wyckoff Avenue
Queens, NY
11385
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◣ Bastl (rare US performance!)
◣◣ Dan Snazelle
◣◣◣ G. Lucas Crane
◣◣◣◣ Mike Sidnam
◣◣◣◣◣ Dylan A. Marcheschi
◣◣◣◣◣◣ Eli Pechman (Mystic Circuit)
◣◣◣◣◣◣◣ Trent Gill
◣◣◣◣◣◣◣◣ Visuals by Jim Tuite


Quadraphonic Music Series
SEPT 23, 2017
H0L0
1090 Wyckoff Avenue
Queens, NY
11385
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Matthew Ostrowski Matthew D. Gantt Ian Epps Robert Mayson Dylan A. Marcheschi


Distended Cinema
SEPT 21, 2017
Secret Project Robot
1186 broadway
Brooklyn, NY
11221
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Realtime Audio Visual Performances by:
R Luke DuBois
Richard Garet
Dylan A Marcheschi
Tara & David Gladden
Sofy Yuditskaya & Ria Rajan
Jeff Donaldson
David Linton


Brian Chase & Anthony Coleman / Mark Charles Morgan / Marcheschi / Sidnam
SEPT 9, 2017
H0L0
1090 Wyckoff Avenue
Queens, NY
11385
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Anthony Coleman and Brian Chase duo
Mark Charles Morgan
Dylan A. Marcheschi
Mike Sidnam
Ursula Kennedy
Martin Minervini & Javier Di Benedicits
Matthew Ryals
Trevor Dunn & Sannety as SpermChurch


Quadraphonic Music Series
JULY 1, 2017
H0L0
1090 Wyckoff Ave
Brooklyn, NY
11237
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Quadraphonic Music Series
w/
Dylan A. Marcheschi
POOL (Ren Schofield, Christopher Forgues, Alex Tominsky, Eric Grieshaber)
Kyle Keays
Jahiliyya Fields + Mike Sidnam
Spreaders
Christian Mirande + Ryan Martin


Silent Barn A/V Show
JUNE 10, 2017
The Silent Barn
603 Bushwick Ave.
New York, NY
11206
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Jonas Bers & Nathan Cearley
G. Lucas Crane
Dylan A. Marcheschi & Tamio Shiraishi with Mirichu Inoue
Mike Sidnam
Sophie Lam & Hellyn Teng
Live visuals by Videopunks


Raw Silk / Black Lodge / Tropical Rock / Dylan A. Marcheschi
JUNE 17, 2017
The Park Church Co-op
129 Russell St
Brooklyn, NY
11222
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Raw Silk (Ami Dang & Alexa Richardson)
Black Lodge + em.g
Tropical Rock (Ka Baird & Camilla Padgitt-Coles)
Dylan A. Marcheschi & Tamio Shiraishi with Mirichu Inoue
Visuals by Valeria Divinorum & Ulysses Popple


Confetti Machine: Realtime Media Festival
JUNE 2-4, 2017
Outpost Artists Resources
1665 Norman St
New York, NY
11385
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Confetti Machine is a celebration of Realtime media performance and its community of practitioners curated by Eric Barry Drasin of the The Fast Food Collective at Outpost. Spread over three days, the festival will feature 20+ performances by experimental sound and video artists.

Festival Schedule:

Oceanic Motion - 6.2.17 Oceanic Motion is an evening of immersive, intermedia ensembles. Featuring collaborations between immersive projection artists and vocal choirs, scores for networked computers and string ensembles, audiovisual group therapy sessions and more. Featuring: Bulgarian Voices Trio and Ursula Scherrer Diggers - Group Process III Joe Branciforte Generative String Ensemble "Diamond Terrifier (Solo) Projections By Trouble"

Performing Systems - 6.3.17 Performing Systems features a series of single channel audiovisual performances that falls at the intersection of technical systems, performance, score and improvisation.

Featuring: David Linton Ashcan Orchestra Matt Romein Anastasia Clarke Diggers - Headgames BKLN!Zulu Jonas Bers Tara and David Gladden Naval cassidy Mark Fingerhut Jen Kutler Rob Ramirez Dylan A. Marcheschi Long Distance Poison

Together Together - 6.4.17 The Improvised Electronics Round Robin serves as a platform for tool builders, artists and engineers to experiment in a performance based environment. Artists are to set up in a circle to play short interlocking sets in a clockwise fashion.

Featuring: Valeria Haedo Ulysses Popple Brian McCorkle Reid Bingham Katherine Liberovskaya Videopunks Viola Yip Dave Koenig Merche Blasco Karl Scholz Andrew Neuman 99 hooker Peter Shapiro + David First Benton C Bainbridge Camilla Padgitt-Coles Joshua Goldberg / Matthew Gantt Fan Letters

This presentation is made possible in part with public funds from mediaThe foundation inc and the New York State Council on the Arts’ 2017 Electronic Media and Film Presentation Funds Grant program, administered by The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes, and Better, a crowdfunding platform for art, culture and activism.


Arone Dyer + Ryan Oslance / David First / Dylan A. Marcheschi
MAY 31, 2017
Trans-Pecos
9-15 Wyckoff Ave
Queens, NY
11385
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► Mistresses = Arone Dyer of Buke & Gase + Ryan Oslance of Ahleuchatistas (Tzadik, Cuneiform)
► David First (Dais, Fabrica)
► Dylan A. Marcheschi (Eastern Tapes)


QUADRAPHONIC MUSIC NIGHT
MAY 26, 2017
Knockdown Center
52-19 Flushing Ave
Queens, NY
11378
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Martial Canterel’s Sean McBride is the progenitor of American cold synth sounds of the 21st Century. He began under the moniker Moravagine before he started releasing limited edition cassettes and playing Brooklyn dives as Martial Canterel in 2002. Since then, McBride’s bleak intellectual exercises in the dark and danceable have flooded North America and Europe through the frosty fairwaves paved by Pieter Schoolwerth’s Wierd Records. With an inimitable minimal style merging bright, urgent melodies ornamented and punctuated by the noises of industry and McBride’s sonorous, stern vocals, Martial Canterel’s recent releases (You Today, Refuge Underneath) have garnered both critical acclaim and a rapidly growing rabid fanbase. McBride’s influence can be heard in scores of bands in the Wierd cadre and beyond (he is also one half of the Weird Records duo Xeno and Oaklander). Through the collision of a uniquely humanistic means of production via live analogue synthcraft expertly paired with vocals and lyrics that reflect the pitfalls and pleasures of our age, Martial Canterel provides a visceral kick best felt on the dancefloor, amidst a flurry of flesh in motion. http://martialcanterel.bandcamp.com

Dylan A. Marcheschi Marcheschi is a multi-disciplinary artist who has performed and conducted workshops in New York over the past decade exploring minimalist noise and drone music, historical tuning systems, and psychoacoustics. He studied history and art at Columbia University where he spent time working and studying at the famed Computer Music Center. He’s active in a variety of fields from past work writing musical arrangements for New York’s Public Theater to most recently serving as director on an award-winning PBS documentary series. He curates the Monthly Modular Series, a long-running audio/visual showcase in Brooklyn which began as a night of exploration in analog synthesis but has grown to include all manner of improvised music and attracted internationally acclaimed artists. As a co-founder of Eastern Tapes he’s worked to release recordings from like-minded sound artists in the New York area over the past several years.

Anastasia Clarke is a New York/Oakland based composer and performer working with voice, digital signal processing, and analog tools. Her work finds form in solo performances, improvising ensembles, and sound for dance and theater. She has performed and released music as Silent Isle since 2011. Anastasia is currently an MFA candidate in Electronic Music and Recording Media at Mills College. http://soundcloud.com/silent-isle

Collin Crowe is an electronic musician, dj, promoter, a video and installation artist based in Brooklyn NY.

Michael Sherburn


Abstract Conditions
MAY 5, 2017
Trans-Pecos
9-15 Wyckoff Ave
Queens, NY
11385
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ABSTRACT CONDITIONS PRESENTS: Lychee (DJ set) Visceral Boston, MA http://lychee.party Vivia (live debut) Abstract Conditions / Hausplants Brooklyn, NY http://soundcloud.com/vivianyc Ne/Re/A (DJ set) Brooklyn, NY http://soundcloud.com/nereadelrio Lilienfeld (live) Immigrant Breast Nest Brooklyn, NY http://immigrantbreastnest.com/album/depletion-composition Decrepit Jaw (live) Immigrant Breast Nest NYC Dylan Marcheschi (live) Monthly Modular / Eastern Tapes Brooklyn, NY http://soundcloud.com/dylanmarcheschi VISUALS BY: Nicole Ruggiero Brooklyn, NY http://www.instagram.com/_nicoleruggiero M1N0M0X FRIDAY, MAY 5 / DOORS @ 10:00 PM UNTIL 4:00 AM


Stanwix Sessions
APRIL 29, 2017
Detective Squad
11 Stanwix St
Brooklyn, NY
11206
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Stanwix Tape Sessions II
All sets are recorded live to tape, instantly duped and made available for purchase at the end of the night! This is actually a recorded-at-the-moment-just-before-handing-you-a-tape release show.

Past recordings available in limited quantities at the Detective Squad shop.

Ryan Martin https://copleymedal.bandcamp.com https://soundcloud.com/ryandais

Dylan A. Marcheschi https://soundcloud.com/dylanmarcheschi

Nick Podgurski and Chris Penalosa https://newfirmament.bandcamp.com http://chrispenalosa.com

Bryan Ellingson https://soundcloud.com/lazership


Don Slepian + friends
APRIL 22, 2017
The Park Church Co-op
129 Russell St
Brooklyn, NY
11222
rsvp: here
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The Park Church Co-op presents:
Don Slepian

As a pioneer of early electronic music Slepian's work has been presented by WNYC in New York's Lincoln Center, the French Ministry of Culture in a week-long residency at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, and by the Karen Baptist Church for performances in refugee camps at the border of Burma and Thailand.

Slepian has been described as a performer of dazzling skill and versatility whose compositions rose above the haze of early American ambient music to enjoy widespread acclaim and airplay on pioneering American radio shows with his landmark album Sea of Bliss. Though he began making music in 1968 on the east coast, programming computers, building his own electronic circuits, and sculpting sound with now-primitive studio tape techniques, Slepian spent most of the 1970's living and recording in Hawaii, where among other things he was an early tester of the Internet as a member of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). During his time in Hawaii he also worked as a sales rep for Arp Synthesizers, prior to becoming Bell Labs’ Artist-In-Residence.

In many ways computer music was born in 1957 in Max Mathew's sound lab, at what was then the Bell Telephone Labs research center, with MUSIC-N. From 1979 through 1981 Slepian served as “Artist-In-Residence” at Bell Labs. Most of his time there was spent working with one of Bell Labs’ famed synthesizers, the Alles Machine (pronounced "Alice"), named after its designer Hal Alles. The Alles Machine was ultimately disassembled in 1981, with Sea of Bliss being the only full length piece of music ever realized on it. On it, Slepian captured a much more meditative side of his work, and the recording has been hailed as a masterpiece of early ambient music.

+ Ka Baird (Perfect Wave) http://www.kabaird.com Ka Baird is a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist living and working in NYC. She is one of the founding and continuing members of the long running avant psych project Spires That In The Sunset Rise. Described by Jack Rose as a "female Sun City Girls," STITSR have contributed a different slant to the New Folk movement by incorporating various avant-garde and world music influences into their music. Since relocating to NYC in November 2014, Baird has set off in numerous directions apart from Spires with new collaborations as well as honing in on her own solo work. Her current work explores piano improvisation, electroacoustic interventions, extended vocal techniques, physical movement, and her unusual electronic manipulation of the flute. She has toured extensively both nationally and internationally with performances at the Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago), MoMA PS1, Roulette Intermedium, Cafe OTO (London) and numerous festival appearances with Spires including TUSK (Newcastle, UK), Incubate (Tilburg, Netherlands), and Festival Of Endless Gratitude (Copenhagen, DK). She also co-runs the label and concert organizer Perfect Wave with Camilla Padgitt-Coles.

+ Dylan A. Marcheschi (Eastern Tapes) https://soundcloud.com/dylanmarcheschi Marcheschi is a multi-disciplinary artist who has performed and conducted workshops in New York over the past decade exploring minimalist noise and drone music, historical tuning systems, and psychoacoustics. He studied history and art at Columbia University where he spent time working and studying at the famed Computer Music Center. He’s active in a variety of fields from past work on musical arrangements for New York’s Public Theater to most recently serving as director on an award-winning PBS documentary series. He currently curates a long-running monthly audio/visual series in Brooklyn which began as a night of exploration in analog synthesis but has grown to include all manner of improvised music and attracted internationally acclaimed artists.

+ Nick Podgurski (New Firmament / NNA) http://newfirmament.blogspot.com As a performer and educator Podgurski has been involved in a large variety of musical projects, including GRID and Stats. Tonight he’ll be giving a solo performance on keyboard.


John Bender + Friends
MAR 28, 2017
Good Room
98 Meserole Ave
Brooklyn, New York
rsvp: here
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John Bender/ ZGRT/ Searmanas/ Marcheschi+Sidnam/ Culttastic


New Firmament Presents: NF #7
FEB 16, 2017
Vital Joint
109 Meserole St
Brooklyn, NY
11206
rsvp: here
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Featuring:
DYLAN MARCHESCHI + MIKE SIDNAM HUNTER HUNT-HENDRIX DEL JUDAS (Charlie Schmid of Vaura/Tombs) DJ "Sets" by: Hellyn Teng - synths, electronics Sophie Lam - synths, guitar


The Firehouse Space (Final Show)
FEB 4, 2017
The Firehouse Space
246 Frost St
Brooklyn, NY
11211
rsvp: here
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4:00 Sandra Sprecher 4:10 Matteo Arevalos 4:20 Damien Olsen 4:30 Jeremy Slater 4:40 David Zakarian 4:50 Claire de Brunner 5:00 Skip La Plante 5:10 Dylan Marcheschi 5:20 Ras Moshe Burnett 5:30 IMPetus: Geoffrey Burleson, Maria Tegzes, Dave Fabris 5:40 Popebama: Erin Rogers and Dennis Sullivan 5:50 Ken Silverman Duo 6:00 Mary Prescott 6:10 Daniel Pate 6:20 Adam Tendler 6:30 Ricardo Gallo 6:40 John Loggia 6:50 Kristen and Saman Samadi 7:00 Zentripetal: Lynn Bechtold and Jennifer DeVore 7:00 Iron Flacon Style: Jason Candler and Brendan Burke 7:10 Mindy Levokove 7:20 Quentin Tomilieri 7:30 Kaveh and Siavash Haghtalab 7:40 Lauren Lee 7:40 Martha Cargo 7:50 Denman Maroney 8:00 Stephen Gauci 8:10 A Microscope Kris Wettstein 8:20 Tyler Mashek 8:30 Earth People 8:40 Aron Namenwirth 8:50 OPEN for Announcements 9:00 David Linton 9:10 Ken Butler and Ed Potokar 9:20 Andra Lodge 9:30 Josh Sinton and Daniel Blake 9:40 Edith Lettner 9:50 Joe Tucker 10:00 Blaise Siwula 10:00 Amadeus Harte 10:10 Ford Fourqurean 10:20 Melinda Faylor 10:30 Counterpoise 10:40 Jonah Rosenberg 10:50 Nicole Zaray 11:00 Jonathan Kane’s February


Abasement #20
DEC 12, 2016
Max Fish
120 Orchard St
New York, NY
10002
rsvp: here
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Abasement #20 Live: - Dylan a Marcheschi - The Dream Lovers & Ron Ward - Peanut Butter Confidential - P. Murano / D.Shuford DJ Tommy Tola


November Night Festival
NOV 19, 2016
The Park Church Co-op
129 Russell St
Brooklyn, NY
11222
rsvp: here
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+ Long Distance Poison
Experimental analog electronics project: strategies in signal synthesis as relations to the mystery.

+ Jenn Grossman
Jenn Grossman is a musician/sound installation/experiential media artist living and working in NYC. Coming from a sculptural, multimedia arts & music background, sound art has been an intuitive discovery for her, propelling her current focus on time-based media: light installations, multichannel sound environments, vocal explorations, acoustic-architectural interventions, and collaborative composing and sound designing for film and movement artists.

+ Billy Gomberg
Billy Gomberg is a Brooklyn musician whose practice incorporates analog synthesis, digital treatments, acoustic recordings and occasional instrumentation, navigating impressions of physicality via improvisation, process and space. Billy's newest solo record Slight At That Contact was pressed by Students of Decay and released in October 2016.

+ Dylan A. Marcheschi
Has performed with various projects around New York for the past decade exploring minimalist noise and drone music.

+ Live visuals by Jim Tuite


Hans Tammen & Michael Schumacher / Dylan A. Marcheschi / Jonas Bers / Mike Sidnam & Lily Sheng / Matthew Azevedo
OCT 1, 2016
The Park Church Co-op
129 Russell St
Brooklyn, NY
11222
rsvp: here
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++ Hans Tammen and Michael Schumacher
http://tammen.org/
http://michaeljschumacher.com/
Hans Tammen creates sounds that have been described as an alien world of bizarre textures and a journey through the land of unending sonic operations. He creates rapid-fire juxtapositions of radically contrastive and fascinating noises, with micropolyphonic timbres and textures, aggressive sonic eruptions, but also quiet pulses and barely audible sounds. "One of improvised music’s most fascinating proponents" and "an innovative avant-garde guru." - All About Jazz

Sound artist, instrument designer, and collaborator of LaMonte Young and Charles Curtis, "Schumacher...allows sounds rather than their source to hold the attention, and his results are outstanding." - The Wire

++ Jonas Bers
www.jonasbers.wordpress.com
Based in the Hudson Valley of upstate New York, Jonas Bers works with video and sound in the noise and DIY aesthetic; using improvised electronic and electroacoustic instruments, video installation and projection, feedback loops, circuit bending, glitch, drone, recursive images, and video as a sonic medium. In his recent process, obsolete video equipment is modified for use as performance instrumentation through interaction with a homebuilt modular synthesizer. Functions of discarded editing machines are automated in realtime to project synchronized monochromatic patterns and pseudo three-dimesional geometric environments. Audible frequencies within the analog video signal are amplified into a corresponding synesthetic score.

++ Lily Sheng and Mike Sidnam
www.lilyjuesheng.net
http://sidn.am/
Lily Jue Sheng makes moving image art using film, video, sound, and recently live performance. She uses various methods of recording, algorithms, and improvisation to convey relationships between environment, machine, and creator/spectator. Her work examines contemporary image culture’s subliminal nature, with the belief that cinematic language is key to unconscious potential. Sheng’s optically labor-intensive style applies collage, still motion, superimposition, macroscopic scale, pixilation, and multi-projection to her diaristic and often ethnographic observations.

++ Matthew Azevedo
http://retributionbody.bandcamp.com/
Matthew Azevedo is a musician, audio engineer, teacher, and acoustician currently based in Boston whose performance practice is centered on creating unique, immersive sound environments. His primary solo project Retribution Body uses analog electronics, high amplification, and a custom speaker array capable of reproducing subsonic energy to explore the mental and emotional states which arise in Zen meditation. His most recent album as Retribution Body, Aokigahara, was released by Type Records in 2015 and was included on many year-end “best of” lists.

++ Dylan A. Marcheschi
https://soundcloud.com/dylanmarcheschi
Has performed with various projects around New York for the past decade exploring minimalist noise and drone music.


Wetware, Mike Sidnam, Jordi Wheeler, Dylan A. Marcheschi
JULY 30, 2016
The Park Church Co-op
129 Russell St
Brooklyn, NY
11222
rsvp: here
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Wetware
Mike Sidnam
Jordi Wheeler
Dylan A. Marcheschi
Live visuals by Videopunks


Mike Sidnam / Sean Julian, Tony Gedrich, Nick Podgurski / Dylan A. Marcheschi / Jordi Wheeler
JULY 9, 2016
The Park Church Co-op
129 Russell St
Brooklyn, NY
11222
rsvp: here


Semiotic Recipes Vol. II: VHS Release
JUNE 29, 2016
The Park Church Co-op
129 Russell St
Brooklyn, NY
11222
rsvp: here
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Celebrating the release of Cryptic Carousel's SEMIOTIC RECIPES Vol. II, a VHS compilation of experimental AV work by over 20 artists & collaborators.

Featuring live audiovisual performances starting at 8PM sharp:

◢ TOBY KAUFMANN-BUHLER ◣
◢ FLUORESCENT VIBES ◣
◢ BECCA KAUFFMAN ◣
◢ PRESTON SPURLOCK ◣
◢ ﹝SLEEPWALKS Nıhıl Mınus﹞ ◣
◢ TEAMSSRI ◣
▲▲▲ Angelina Ruiz / Max Alper ▲▲▲
▲▲▲ DJ Dylan A. Marcheschi▲▲▲


Ambient-Chaos
APRIL 28, 2016
Spectrum
121 Ludlow St.
New York, NY
rsvp: here
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Dylan A. Marcheschi
Tracy Brooks and Jef Brown duo
Russ Alderson
Stehla
Robert Mayson
Live video by Jim Tuite


Monthly Modular Series
FEB 7, 2016
Muchmore's
2 Havemeyer St
Brooklyn, NY
11211
rsvp: here
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A monthly audio/visual series focused on improvised music, modular synths, diy electronics, and the unconventional in sound and noise.

Lily Jue Sheng & Mike Sidnam
www.lilyjuesheng.net
www.soundcloud.com/sidnam
Lily Jue Sheng makes moving image art using film, video, sound, and recently live performance. She uses various methods of recording, algorithms, and improvisation to convey relationships between environment, machine, and creator/spectator. Her work examines contemporary image culture’s subliminal nature, with the belief that cinematic language is key to unconscious potential. Sheng’s optically labor-intensive style applies collage, still motion, superimposition, macroscopic scale, pixilation, and multi-projection to her diaristic and often ethnographic observations.

She graduated from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA, and is currently based in Queens, NY. Her work has exhibited internationally at cinemas, festivals, galleries, museums, and performance spaces such as Eyebeam, the MoMA PS1 Print Shop, Union Docs, Microscope Gallery, Silent Barn, and Center for Performance Research in New York City; the Museum of Fine Arts, Mobius, and Proof Gallery in Boston; the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal in Montreal; Centro Cultural de España in Mexico City; the Bibliorium at Beijing Design Week in Beijing; and the 1933 Slaughterhouse in Shanghai.

Jonas Bers
www.jonasbers.wordpress.com
Based in the Hudson Valley of upstate New York, Jonas Bers works with video and sound in the noise and DIY aesthetic; using improvised electronic and electroacoustic instruments, video installation and projection, feedback loops, circuit bending, glitch, drone, recursive images, and video as a sonic medium.

In his recent process, obsolete video equipment is modified for use as performance instrumentation through interaction with a homebuilt modular synthesizer. Functions of discarded editing machines are automated in realtime to project synchronized monochromatic patterns and pseudo three-dimesional geometric environments. Audible frequencies within the analog video signal are amplified into a corresponding synesthetic score.

Dylan A. Marcheschi
www.dylanmarcheschi.com
Dylan A. Marcheschi studied sound and art at Columbia University. He has performed with various projects around New York for the past decade.

Bryan Ellingson will be providing visuals.




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Dylan A. Marcheschi is a New York based interdisciplinary artist working across a range of audio/visual arts, including film, sound art, expanded cinema, animation, generative video, and psychoacoustics. His work has appeared in a variety of major print and broadcast media. He is a Brooklyn Arts Council 2020 grant recipient.