Friday, September 21, 4:15pm & 5:30pm
DAVID MOSS: Hyperglyphyx
presented by Outpost, in partnership with 516 ARTS
|Location:||The Planetarium at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science
1801 Mountain Rd. NW, Albuquerque
|Tickets:||4:15pm show: Included in ISEA2012 registration.
If available, open to the general public at door only: $10
5:30pm show: $10. Available in advance, by phone or in person,
at the Outpost Performance Space. (No member passes or discounts)
|Info:||Outpost, 505-268-0044, www.outpostspace.org|
David Moss is considered one of the most innovative singers and percussionists in contemporary music. Originally from New York, he moved to Berlin in 1992 on a DAAD Fellowship. He is currently the Artistic Director of the MADE Festival (Sweden) and is the Founder and Director of the Institute for Living Voice (worldwide). A recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, in 2005 he was soloist in the opening concerts of both the Venice Biennale and the Queensland Biennial Music Festival. In 2003 Moss made his Carnegie Hall debut with the American Composers Orchestra, under Steven Sloane. He was soloist with the Berlin Philharmonic under Sir Simon Rattle; sang in Olga Neuwirth’s production of Lost Highway; performed his solo music at the Venice Biennale; and appeared at Lincoln Center, in the Great Performers Series. Moss performed at the Salzburg Festival in 1999 as featured soloist in Luciano Berio’s Cronaca del Luogo, and in 2001 as Prince Orlovsky in Die Fledermaus. Moss has sung at the Edinburgh Festival, Spoleto Festival, and the Lucerne Festival in Heiner Goebbels’ orchestra work, Surrogate Cities. He has been a guest soloist with the Ensemble Modern since 1995.
CONCERT: Friday, September 21, 4:15pm & 5:30pm
At the Planetarium, Moss will perform Hyperglyphyx – a solo performance on the edges of technology featuring voice, electronics, objects, stories and exploring moments of FTL (faster than logic) communication through warped words, found songs, phased phonemes, and scrambled texts from Wittgenstein, Cage and Calvino.
WORKSHOP: Sunday, September 23, 12:30-2pm
David Moss: Voice & Technology / A Spoon is Technology
at Tricklock Theater Laboratory, 112 Gold Ave. SW
Participants of this workshop will discuss and experience ideas of technology and non-technology; voice and objects; black boxes and out-of-the-boxes. Moss says, “Consider this: a spoon is technology; your vocal chords are technology; a song is technology…technology is transfer of power.” Registration is free for teachers & students on a first come, first served basis. Fill out a scholarship application to the ISEA2012 Intel Education Day at www.isea2012.org.
ISEA2012 Albuquerque: Machine Wilderness is a symposium, multi-site exhibition and season-long series of programs around the region, all exploring the intersection of art, science and technology. It focuses on the natural environment and how technology can help sustain life on Earth. ISEA2012 features over 100 artists and over 400 presenters from 29 countries. (See www.isea2012.org)
ISEA2012 Outpost concerts made possible through support from the McCune Charitable Foundation; the Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF); the National Endowment for the Arts; and New Mexico Arts, a division of the office of Cultural Affairs. Also made possible by support from the National Performance Network (NPN) Performance Residency Program (for more information about NPN: www.npnweb.org)