KG Price, Brad Gallagher, W.W. Lowman

KG Price
Through the medium of mixed and processed records and the electro-acoustic possibilities of the turntable KG Price turns other peoples’ typically copy written work into his own. Classical in form, modern in content, the end result is a summation of and response to our documentation of organized sound. This is thievery, pure and simple.
Brad Gallagher:
Brad Gallagher’s practice revolves around writing, coding and sound. From a young age, he has been interested in how simple rules give rise to complex behavior, how order arises from chaos and how systems with many interacting parts exhibit self-organization. He leverages these principles along with chance to create interactive, dynamic, and emergent content. Involving his work in the blending of separate inputs, he seeks to explore conceptual blending abstractly, allowing the influence of chance and output from complex processes to temper the outcome. He reflects these practices back into his traditional writing, creating hybrid texts, machine generated works that he filters further, creating a feedback loop of influence amongst the mediums of his practice.
W.W. Lowman
Lowman makes site and time specific ambient soundscapes :: :: 10 brief pieces. the naktams all appeared and were recorded at night and the vasaras all showed up during the day. then once again rerecorded being transmitted to radio in a field about 200 yards from the lake to the east and about 200 yards from a major road to the west. the naktams in the middle of the night around 1 or 2am and the vasaras only on days with blazing heat around 1 or 2 pm. meant to be listened to at the same times as they were recorded. :: 3 pieces using recordings made in and around the MCA and some accompaniment on various instruments.

Saturday, Feb. 24th 2018
8:30p doors, 9p start
$5-10 suggested donation

1550 N Milwaukee Ave Fl3

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