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MARK FELL WITH OKKYUNG LEE / KARA-LIS COVERDALE: SOLO ORGAN / LXV

03/21/19 | 8:00 PM

ISSUE Project Room

22 Boerum Place Map

(212) 477-5829


21-03-2019 12:00:00 21-03-2019 12:00:00 America/New_York MARK FELL WITH OKKYUNG LEE / KARA-LIS COVERDALE: SOLO ORGAN / LXV | 8:00 PM Thursday, March 21st, ISSUE presents artist and electronics visionary Mark Fell, returning to ISSUE for the first time since 2015 to premiere an untitled new piece with cellist, composer, and improviser Okkyung Lee. The evening also features Kara-Lis Coverdale and LXV, collaborators on joint album Sirens, each presenting new solo work. Mark Fell premieres a generative multichannel piece in collaboration with 2011 ISSUE Artist-In-Residence Okkyung Lee based on Indian rhythmic structures using FM synthesis. Having previously collaborated with Lee on "A Pattern for Becoming," later released as a limited cassette, the two also have an improvisational rapport after performing together as a part of Lee's 2015 residency at Cafe Oto -- a performance described as "two extremes, equal in energy, intensity, and affect." Both artists have long-standing performative histories at ISSUE and expansive independent bodies of work that have made vital contributions to their respective fields of contemporary experimental music. They have never before performed together in the United States. http://www.cityguideny.com/eventinfo.cfm?id=357622 ISSUE Project Room ISSUE Project Room

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Thursday, March 21st, ISSUE presents artist and electronics visionary Mark Fell, returning to ISSUE for the first time since 2015 to premiere an untitled new piece with cellist, composer, and improviser Okkyung Lee. The evening also features Kara-Lis Coverdale and LXV, collaborators on joint album Sirens, each presenting new solo work. Mark Fell premieres a generative multichannel piece in collaboration with 2011 ISSUE Artist-In-Residence Okkyung Lee based on Indian rhythmic structures using FM synthesis. Having previously collaborated with Lee on "A Pattern for Becoming," later released as a limited cassette, the two also have an improvisational rapport after performing together as a part of Lee's 2015 residency at Cafe Oto -- a performance described as "two extremes, equal in energy, intensity, and affect." Both artists have long-standing performative histories at ISSUE and expansive independent bodies of work that have made vital contributions to their respective fields of contemporary experimental music. They have never before performed together in the United States.

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