PULSE-An Evening of Electronic Music & Video Art at Rubin Museum of Art
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Performances in K2 Lounge and the Spiral Lobby are FREE. $15 single concert in theater | $25 for both concerts To purchase tickets visit http://bit.ly/1mskPhJ or call the box office at 212.620.5000 x344
*Please note: Theater concerts are standing events with limited seating available.
In traditional Tibetan medicine, pulse reading is a complex form of diagnosis which requires physicians to listen deeply to the sound waves and vibrations of one's heartbeat. In collaboration with Warper Party, The Rubin Museum presents a museum-wide multi-media event, PULSE, which invites electronic musicians and video artists to listen deeply and explore their own beats through inspiration from the new exhibition, Bodies in Balance: The Art of Tibetan Medicine.
6pm–10pm – K2 Lounge (free) Digital remixing with New Jersey producer Friendly Knowledge followed by experimental sound manipulation by artist, musician and DJ - ATOM. Video art projection by SOFY YUDITSKAYA.
7pm–8:30pm – Theater* Multimedia performance by the digital electro-funk music/art collective from Brooklyn, NY COMANDANTE ZERO with video art by Øh1ØM1ke followed by a live electronic music concert with instrumental and vocal improvisation by Charcole Federation and video performer Permian Strata.
8:45pm – 9:15pm – Spiral Lobby (free) Brooklyn-based Kentucky native, Honeychild Coleman will be bringing her beats, electrified Bluegrass and folk instruments and her signature melliferous Lover's Rock vocals for a free live performance in the Spiral Lobby.
9:30pm– 11:00pm – Theater* Inspired by futuristic pop, experimental beat music, post-dubstep, and early-IDM, Brooklyn-based duo The Mast bring their unique sounds to the stage at The Rubin Museum followed by a special live electronic performance with Warper Party founder and Co-Director, JULIE COVELLO (DJ SHAKEY) and video art collective The Sperm Whale.
Venue Description: The Rubin Museum of Art holds one of the world's most important collections of Himalayan art and is the only museum in NYC dedicated to works from Afghanistan, Pakistan, Kashmir, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Tibet, western China, Myanmar, and Mongolia. The museum runs an active set of programs for the general public that help illuminate themes inherent in its exhibitions, including the Naked Soul live concert series.