Saturday February 28
8 PM – 10 PM
$5 or PWYC
Vibrafusionlab – London
355 Clarence Street
LOMAA is pleased to host The Noiseborder Ensemble as the sixth participant in its Visiting Artist Program. During their stay The Noiseborder Ensemble (Brent Lee – audio, video and saxophone, Sigi Torinus – video, Chris McNamara – audio and video, Anthony Giglio – audio and trumpet, Megumi Masaki – keyboard, Nick Papador – percussion, Trevor Pittman – clarinet, Martin Schiller – audiovisual installation, and Yiru Chen – video) will hold a one-night only audio-visual performance.
The performance will feature several recent multimedia works developed by the Noiseborder Ensemble, including Outer Drive, Prana, Parvis, I hear your voice in the circling night, Carolina, and What Do People Do All Day? There will also be an interactive installation based on Pitch-a-sketch, where musical sound controls the generation of graphic images in real time.
The Noiseborder Ensemble creates and performs multimedia works featuring a combination of acoustic and electronic instruments as well as live processing and mixing of sound and video. Based in Windsor Canada, the group has created over twenty original multimedia pieces since its inception in 2008, and performed at festivals in Canada, the U.S., Ireland, the U.K., Iceland, Italy, and Germany.
LOMAA’s Visiting Artist Program is made possible through generous funding from The Canada Council for the Arts.