Slomo Video, the brainchild of video artist Ryan Junell, is made up of one-minute videos, all very slow, made by a total of 85 artists from all over the country.
The Paul Taylor Dance Company premieres a new work set to music by Morton Feldman.
The Paul Dresher Ensemble shows its post-minimal prowess.
A city seeped in contrast and filled with artists is, for now, a lively breeding ground for new electronic sounds. Who knows how long all this will last?
A marathon-like new music “seance” evokes the spirit of Henry Cowell.
A look at the 2005 San Francisco Electronic Music Festival
Thoughts about the Other Minds’ new performance series Brink.
Carl Stone curates a duo performance by Yuko Nexus 6 and Mariko Tijiri.
On a recent Saturday night, a modest audience gathered in a small living room of an intimate wooden home seven blocks north of UC Berkeley. The lights dim, a young violinist stands under a landing, the audience seated in a semi-circle facing her. She is wearing clothes that seem like a lite version of designs by Helmut Lang, with added metal loops sewn into the sleeves and shoulders of a jacket made of sturdy synthetic materials…
A crash course on turning your PowerBook into your favorite instrument.