Necessarily Sō : A Sō Percussion John Cage Celebration | American Mavericks Festival, 3.26.12
[caption id="attachment_389" align="alignleft" width="594" caption="Sō Percussion"][/caption] Sō Percussion Pop-Out Media Player :: For your full multimedia pleasure, please click on this link to listen to selections from the Sō Percussion catalogue as you read! (oooooooooh, fancy!) Who is Sō Percussion? And what are they doing with that cactus? Well... what *aren't* they doing. No, seriously. These Brooklyn-based percussive polymaths come to Carnegie Hall tonight as part of the outstanding, genre bending, boundary pushing "American Mavericks" series put on by Carnegie Hall (and a range of neighborhood partners). I love these guys SO much (the puns are impossible to avoid here!), and they are a perfect example of the type of collaborative, expectation defying, community fostering, teaching, sharing, mentoring, hard working creatives that Exit Strata strives to emulate, encourage, and promote!
CoCo Online POETRY MONTH PROJECT: 30 posts, 30 poets, 30 days: call for participants!
Community CoCo: GOWANUS: Poetry, Audio Production: Bill Considine, Cosmo D, Ambrose Bye
Gowanus (Yellow Shoes): Bill Considine, Poetry - Cosmo D, Music - Produced/Mixed by Ambrose Bye from New Festivals of Rhizomes and Wraiths
A Beautiful Marsupial Afternoon: CA Conrad, Animation by Luca Dipierro
Exit Strata is very pleased to preview for you the darkly whimsical, wonderful animation Luca Dipierro made in collaboration with Philadelphia's friend to poets everywhere, CA Conrad, in celebration of Conrad's new book, A Beautiful Marsupial Afternoon, forthcoming from Wave. Music
Big Bang Theory / Open Call for Multimedia and hybrid/digital/cross genre work
Below you can see the visual I created for my piece, Big Bang Theory. If you create hybrid pieces like this, or have ever been inspired to, we would love to showcase these inter-media-ry explorations either here or in our
Internet Treasure Hunting: FLAME – Waldman/Bye
Waldman/Bye word/sound/video collaboration, FLAME, based on Aristophenes' Speech on Love, from Plato's Symposium