Great thanks to Ed Pinsent of The Sound Projector for a thoughtful review of Non-places.
David Grubbs reads from his new book Now That the Audience is Assembled. Also on the bill is improvised sound and movement with an ensemble including musicians Nate Scheible, Layne Garrett and myself, and dancers Ken Manheimer and Sarah Schaffer. Tonight at Rhizome DC, 6950 Maple St NW DC, 9-10:30 PM, $10.
In 2012, Japanese experimental composer Makota Nomura created a graphic score in the form of an installation of dried roots arranged in five lines on two walls of the Aomori Contemporary Art Center. The score is visually elegant and rich in possibilities; my realization is here.
In the new Perfect Sound Forever, I talk with Gary Peters, author of Improvising Improvisation and The Philosophy of Improvisation, about some of the philosophical issues improvisation raises.