Performing Arts
SONIC CIRCUITS VIII
FUTUREPERFECT X: SONIC CIRCUITS


FRIDAY,
NOVEMBER 3, 2000,
8-11 PM

$5 ($3 WALKER, SCHUBERT CLUB, AND ACF MEMBERS)
LANDMARK CENTER, 75 WEST FIFTH STREET, ST. PAUL
TICKETS: 612.375.7622


SONIC CIRCUITS VIII
NOVEMBER: 2 3 4 5

A one-of-a-kind multimedia/sensory experience in the historic Landmark Center. Five environments (Vision, DJ, Ambient, New Media, and the Main Stage) and more than 50 performers and installations curated by Philip Blackburn, Steve Dietz, Craig Harris, and Chris Strouth.

FUTUREPERFECT X HIGHLIGHT: TELEMUSIC #1
With Telemusic #1, the demarcation between physical and virtual space, between on-line and local proximity, and between the self and the network, converges and blurs into a shared, participatory experience through sound and our attention to its spatial and transformational qualities.

The notion of new spatial, virtual territories as landscape for human experience is superimposed on the hyper-dramatic stage where statements concerning the network and its potential for social and aesthetic transformation are voiced by an "Artist-Evangelist." The on-line and on-site audience in turn collectively confront, challenge, and celebrate this assumption by forming their own telematic identities such as the Transcendentalist, the Cynic, the Lurker, and the Anarchist. Together they join as an ensemble of disparate voices brought together by collapsed geographies and fractured ideologies concerning the impact of telematics on the human condition.

Participate in the performance of Telemusic #1 by accessing the on-line performance site during the evening of the performance. Additional information will be available at the above site beginning Monday, October 30.

Telemusic #1 is a collaborative work by Randall Packer and Steve Bradley, with John Young (Network Design), Gregory Kuhn (Sound Design), Christopher Styles (Web Design), Jorge Castro (Web Design), Andrew Bruntel (Web/Flash Designer), and Jason Corso (Programmer). Additional support provided by Bionicbox.com.