Eyvind Kang + Jessika Kenney (singer) & Hyeonhee Park (percussionist from Korea) + Hyeonmi Park (dancer)
EYVIND KANG & JESSIKA KENNEY & HYEONHEE PARK
a special performance of an interpretation of
Antonin Artaud’s ‘Faites le Mal’
One of only four shows in Europe, Jessika Kenney, Eyvind Kang and Hyeonhee Park will introduce their new release “at Temple Gate”…
JOSHUA ABRAMS with LISA ALVARADO
Natural Information Society is the name of Abrams’ group that formed in the wake of his records for Eremite. Live, the music centers around the sound of the guimbri (a Gnawan lute), integrating composition and improvisation to create hypnotic, highly rhythmic, psychedelic environments with an orientation towards uplift. This incarnation of Natural Information Society will also feature Lisa Alvarado on harmonium.
Seattle composers Jessika Kenney and Eyvind Kang meet Korean electro-acoustic artist Hyeonhee Park for an innovative distillation of traditional and experimental musics.
Jessika Kenney is a vocalist and composer known for her haunting timbral sense, as well as her profound interpretation of vocal traditions; Eyvind Kang is an acclaimed composer and violist. As a duo they have released several recordings, including The Face of the Earth (Ideologic Organ 2012), described as “serious, refined music” by the New York Times.
Hyeonhee Park majored in percussion at Korea National University of Arts, and studied electroacoustic music at Tokyo University of the Arts. She has performed multiple times in the US, Japan, China, and India, presenting her pieces “N-ary” and “H2O”, along with traditional repertoire.
Its a project based on the poem by Antonin Artaud: Faites le Mal
Met Faites le Mal, naar het gelijknamige gedicht van de Franse avant-gardistische toneelschrijver- en criticus, dichter, acteur en regisseur Antonin Artaud, betonen Eyvind Kang, Jessika Kenney en Hyeonhee Park een intens, bevreemdend, bloedmooi, dreigend en zalvend auditief eerbetoon. Met de bijdragen van de Koreaanse danseres Hyeonmi Park voegen ze tijdens deze A/V CLUB, een bijzonder ruimtelijk en lichamelijk element toe.
Official stream from Ideologic Organ.
A monthly experimental video / moving image / music concert series in Amsterdam. Live music / video screenings / more / from across time and space…
Composer and multi-instrumentalist Joshua Abrams has released eight albums, collaborated on over a hundred recordings…The New York Times describes his 2012 record, Represencing (Eremite) as “music that hints at the ceremonial without losing its modern bearings” and The Wire named his record Natural Information (Eremite) one of the top 50 recordings of 2010. The Village Voice picked his record Unknown Known as “one of the top 10 jazz albums of 2013”. Primarily known as a bassist, Joshua’s performances and recordings include work with Fred Anderson, Roscoe Mitchell, Hamid Drake, Peter Brotzmann, Bill Dixon, John Tchicai, Toumani Diabate, Joe McPhee, The Roots, Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Nicole Mitchell, Jeff Parker, Mike Reed, Rob Mazurek, Gerald Cleaver, Henry Grimes, Bobby Broom, Dana Hall, Axel Dorner, Neil Michael Hagerty and the Howling Hex, Prefuse 73, Savath and Savalis, Sam Prekop, Jandek, Rhys Chatham, Damo Suzuki, Theaster Gates, Craig Taborn and Earle Brown.
Joshua Abrams – guimbri, bass
Lisa Alvarado – harmonium, gong
Bookings are closed for this event. 50 tickets will be sold at the door