Concierto: Paisajes sonoros y geografía
Jason Sloan, Erik Spangler
21 mar 2014
Este concierto presentará el resultado de los trabajos realizados durante el curso: Soundscape & Geography As Sources For Live Electronic Composition.
Jason Sloan is an electronic musician, composer, sound and net.work artist, and professor teaching full-time in the Interaction Design and Art [IxDA] Department at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland. His work explores life cycles, memory, culture and ritual behavior within a framework of the sonic and virtual worlds.
In 2002 Sloan co-founded SLO.BOR Media with sound artist & web designer Matt Borghi as a vehicle for their individual releases and a platform for other artists. SLO.BOR Media is primarily a record label, but focuses on a variety of media and forms of distribution and conceptual art.
Sloan received his BFA from Edinboro University in 1996 and his MFA from Towson University in 1999. His work has been exhibited internationally including New York, Vienna, Copenhagen, Toulouse, Kiev, Edinburgh, London, Berlin & Saint-Petersburg, Russia.
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Erik Spangler is a composer and electronic musician living in Baltimore, Maryland. Engaged equally with ensemble improvisation, live sample-based mixing, hybrid electronica production, and notated chamber music, Spangler aims to dissolve cultural boundaries while drawing all corners of inspiration into cohesive sound images. Autobiographical audio artifacts, field recordings and found sounds share equal space with newly composed material.
Spangler’s compositions have been performed across the United States and internationally from Canada to China, by ensembles including the Atlantic Brass Quintet, Boston Modern Orchestra Project, and International Contemporary Ensemble. Performances as a turntablist/electronic musician include collaborations with duYun, EAR Duo, Brian Sacawa, Mobtown Modern, jason.sloan, Out Of Your Head collective, Cornell Symphony Orchestra, and Ithaca College Percussion Ensemble. Music released on New Focus Recordings (Brian Sacawa, American Voices), Innova Recordings (duYun, Shark In You), and indie hip-hop label Nonsense Records (S.K.I.P., What They Never Told You).
Spangler holds degrees from Oberlin College Conservatory of Music (B.M., Music Composition) and Harvard University (Ph.D., Music Composition), and currently teaches sound classes as an adjunct faculty member of the Interactive Arts department at the Maryland Institute College of Art."
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