“Acoustic formulae” brings together a group of sound artists who work with formulas as outsets for improvisation. Tricot’s (Thessia Machado and Merche Blasco) installation re(p)l(a)y is a sculptural platform that acts as a dynamic score instrument for the exchange of musical events in electroacoustic improvisation.
Throughout the exhibition, several artists will be invited to, via installation and performance, interact with and respond to re(p)l(a)y, exploring novel formulas in tangible sonic dialogue.
Merche Blasco is a multimedia Spanish artist based in NY. She relies on technology to enhance her physical and expressive capabilities on stage, creating assemblages that allow her performative self to sound and move beyond her limits, imagining how electronic music performance could be or how performers could feel.
8pm at Reverse Space, $7
28 Frost Street, Williamburg