ITP Alum performs at Studio-X

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Featuring ITP Alumnus, Daniel Perlin (’05)

What do buildings sound like? What is the residue of a building? How do structures house the process of their construction? On November 18th at Studio-X, multimedia artist DANIEL PERLIN will use screws, glue, nails, sawhorses, an audio cassette and a laptop to question work and construction as auditory processes. In “re:construction”–a layered, hour-long performance piece–Perlin will build a small house at Studio-X. Recording and manipulating samples from the construction process, he will simultaneously build a large orchestral work with rhythm, melody and harmony to be recorded onto a cassette tape in real-time. This cassette will then be housed in within this new structure as an artifact built to highlight process, and to archive the sounds of its own creation.

Who: DANIEL PERLIN
What: re:construction
When: Tuesday, November 18, 7 pm
Where: Studio-X, 180 Varick Street, Suite 1610
1 train to Houston
www.arch.columbia.edu/studiox/

Refreshments provided by IZZE Sparkling Juice

Free and open to the public
RSVP: gdb2106@columbia.edu

[Studio-X is a downtown studio for experimental research and design run by the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation of Columbia University.]

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