dead edits is eric lunde and blake edwards exploring the breakdown and repurposing of language and equipment. the performance for this evening will focus on empty cassette players, one powerful magnet, and voice.
Peter J. Woods
While he splits his time equally between curating shows, running a label and playing in numerous groups, Milwaukee artist Peter J Woods’ solo work resides within its own universe. Pulling equally from the worlds of harsh noise and absurdist theatre, Woods’ performances build a sense of terror from simple imagery, muted text and an unpredictable barrage of silence and sound. His most recent project, “Impure Gold,” represents this aesthetic and thematic sensibility through a multi-media approach that includes writing, theatre, concerts, photography and film.
Primitive minimalist Dan of Earth is the developer of the Bibletron, a small handmade synthesizer encased in a Gideon Bible. “Annoying Noise” project or annoying “Noise Project”? You be the judge…www.sdiy.org/colbecklabs
Karl J. Palouček has been pursuing his artistic vision for more than 25 years, producing sound compositions involving an amalgam of musical materials, including pianos, strings, brass, aluminum, and often a chorus of sewing machines. For the piece he’s staging at Tritriangle Dec. 2, the sewing machines will be abandoned for a new composition with new instrumentation. Those with complaints about this can address them to Blake Edwards. : )
8pm doors 9pm start
$10 suggested donation
1550 N Milwaukee Ave Fl3