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Nick Hallett: VOICE + LIGHT SYSTEMS: Part One: Meredith Monk's "Our Lady of Late"
 
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For more information and tickets: http://www.newmuseum.org/events/330 Nick Hallett—singer, composer, and downtown impresario—creates a four-part series at the New Museum theater connecting the human voice to multimedia ritual. Performances are every Thursday in May at 7pm. Nick Hallett begins his residency tonight with a selection of songs from Meredith Monks "Our Lady of Late", a cycle for solo voice and wineglass drone, written in 1972 and rendered as a concert piece by the composer a year later. The performer begins by singing in unison with the fingered glass, then gradually diverging from the pitch in microtonal increments, which results in the phenomenon of beats, rhythmic pulses that are created in the interference patterns of two waveforms. Eventually, vibrato is added into the mix. In this way, "Our Lady of Late" introduces its audience to extended vocal technique, wherein the singer explores a diverse vocabulary of sounds and performative states. Halletts interpretation—working within the composers clearly defined parameters—incorporates a multimedia table of his design in collaboration with live cinema artist Brock Monroe. Pure light focused onto the glass produces an aqueous, mutable projection. Hallett will be joined by singers Emily Eagen and Peter Sciscioli (members of The M6: Meredith Monk Music Third Generation), who will perform duets from Meredith Monk's "Facing North" and musician Miguel Frasconi, who will play the percussion solos originated by Collin Walcott in the original performances of "Our Lady of Late". Nick Halletts residency continues every Thursday in May: May 14 Part Two: Karlheinz Stockhausens Stimmung May 21 Part Three: Whispering Exercises Premiere May 28 Part Four: Auroville
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Tarek Atoui: Empty Cans
 
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For more information and tickets: http://www.newmuseum.org/events/351 Tarek Atoui is an electro-acoustic musician who creates a distinctive soundscape using digital technology in intensely expressive performances. Using dedicated programs of his own design for each composition, Atouis experimental practice draws on traditions of electronic music, performance art, and digital technology to create a unique method of working across disciplines and social groups. At the New Museum, Atoui will work with twenty teens from the Museums G:Class high school program and New York Citys Department of Parks and Recreation RECYouth summer youth program. During the workshop, teens will view previous Empty Cans videos and develop and execute their own video and sound concepts, building tools for self-expression. Participants will also develop and rehearse individual roles using the Wii controllers to manipulate the video for the culminating performance at the Museum August 8, 2009 at 3 pm.
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Urs Fischer: Marguerite de Ponty, Oct. 21 - Feb. 7, 2010
 
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For his first large-scale solo presentation in an American museum, Urs Fischer has taken over all three of the New Museums gallery floors to create a series of immersive installations and hallucinatory environments.
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The Generational: Younger Than Jesus at the New Museum, New York, NY | April 8 - July 5, 2009
 
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New Museum 235 Bowery New York, NY 10002 "The Generational: Younger Than Jesus" April 8 - June 5, 2009 For Younger Than Jesus, the first edition of The Generational, the New Museums new signature triennial, fifty artists from twenty-five countries will be presented. The only exhibition of its kind in the United States, The Generational: Younger Than Jesus will offer a rich, intricate, multidisciplinary exploration of the work being produced by a new generation of artists born after 1976. Known to demographers, marketers, sociologists, and pundits variously as the Millennials, Generation Y, iGeneration, and Generation Me, this age group has yet to be described in any way beyond their habits of consumption. Younger Than Jesus will begin to examine the visual culture this generation has created to date. http://www.newmuseum.org/exhibitions/411 Video by Superfad Music - Prayer by Burial © HyperDub Ltd. ® Mix by Morgan Visconti
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Nick Hallett: VOICE + LIGHT SYSTEMS: Part Three: "Whispering Exercises" Concert Premiere
 
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For more information and tickets: http://www.newmuseum.org/events/332 Nick Hallett—singer, composer, and downtown impresario—creates a four-part series at the New Museum theater connecting the human voice to multimedia ritual. Performances are every Thursday in May at 7pm. On Thursday, May 21, Hallett premieres a new composition, "Whispering Exercises", for womens voices (Katie Eastburn, Rachel Henry Rachel Mason, Daisy Press), harp (Shelley Burgon), and electronic pulsations generated from customized software created by Ray Sweeten, with sound design by Zach Layton. This is a concert version of music currently being developed for a new opera created by Hallett and the video and performance artist Shana Moulton, Whispering Pines 10, to premiere at The Kitchen in Spring 2010. Folk song forms such as rounds and hockets are layered over electronic arpeggiations, in addition to acoustic phenomena such as Shepard Tones (a series of rising pitches which elicits feelings of weightlessness), while lumia and oscillographics float throughout the space. Nick Halletts residency continues on May 28 with Part Four: Auroville. More information: http://www.newmuseum.org/events
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Nick Hallett: Voice & Light Systems, Part Four: Auroville
 
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For more information and tickets: http://www.newmuseum.org/events/332 Nick Hallett—singer, composer, and downtown impresario—creates a four-part series at the New Museum theater connecting the human voice to multimedia ritual. Performances are every Thursday in May at 7pm. On Thursday, May 28, Halletts monthlong residency ends tonight with a new multimedia ritual created by Auroville, a tribute band to the experimental community dedicated to the guru Sri Aurobindo on the southeastern coast of India, founded by his spiritual partner, known as the Mother. Auroville is performed as an immersive, audiovisual travelogue by a collective of musicians and multimedia artists, featuring Hallett, Ana Matronic, Seth Kirby, Zach Layton, Brock Monroe, and Ray Sweeten. A wraparound projection design will set the stage for Halletts chanting and electronic music while Matronic performs on the glass armonica, an integrated series of glass bowls, popularized as a musical instrument by Benjamin Franklin. Hallett and Matronic, alongside performing artists Caitlin Kirby, Renée Soucy and Juan-Carlos Castro, act as celebrants for a universal ritual of art, devoid of specific icons or dogmas (much like its namesake in India). Sound design and electro-acoustics by Jeff Cook. This performance will make heavy use of stroboscopic imagery. RE:NEW RE:PLAY continues in June with a new residency from LEWIS FOREVER. More information: http://www.newmuseum.org/events
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LEWIS FOREVER Week 2
 
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For more information and tickets: http://www.newmuseum.org/events LEWIS FOREVER IN RESIDENCE Week 2: Uncovered, an exposé   How much do we really know about LEWIS FOREVER? Rare access has been obtained revealing the individual members that belong to the myth, the mystery, the exotified legend of LEWIS FOREVER. Please email your questions or thoughts by Thursday June 11th, 2009 . Your curiosity will be quenched on Thursday as your questions and thoughts are addressed live at the New Museum at 7:00 pm. LEWIS FOREVER is in residence at the New Museum for the month of June, presenting new work in progress every Thursday night, responding to your input, and making up their mind as they go along. Their work is messy, raw, shockingly informal, and generously inclusive. LEWIS FOREVER is a performance collective of four siblings: three sisters and a brother; a director, two dancers, and a musician. Living half in New York and half in Europe, half Dominican and half Jewish American, LF is both a performance collective and a bloodline. LF is interested in the family structure as a site for recasting the molds that shape our understandings of the world.
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Happy Holidays 2009
 
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On behalf of all of us at the New Museum, our warmest wishes for a wonderful holiday and a happy New Year! Video by Süperfad Music by: Morgan Visconti at Human
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LEWIS FOREVER In Residence
 
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For tickets and more information: http://www.newmuseum.org/events LEWIS FOREVER is in residence at the New Museum for the month of June, presenting new work in progress every Thursday night, responding to your input, and making up their mind as they go along. Their work is messy, raw, shockingly informal, and generously inclusive. LEWIS FOREVER is a performance collective of four siblings: three sisters and a brother; a director, two dancers, and a musician. Living half in New York and half in Europe, half Dominican and half Jewish American, LF is both a performance collective and a bloodline. LF is interested in the family structure as a site for recasting the molds that shape our understandings of the world. The content of LFs residency will focus on the simultaneous development of a series of a solo projects and a video/live performance project. Throughout, LF will employ a variety of different strategies for investigating and expanding this material in front of a live audience. Each presentation will offer new insights and alterations to the material, which will then inform the following weeks rehearsals and presentation. The audience will be involved as observers and critics have the opportunity to participate and directly interact with LF. LF will use that feedback and respond to it for each subsequent step. LF will, on certain days, open the rehearsal process to willing participants in one of many approaches they are investigating to develop the process of working collectively. Throughout the residency, LF will explore the process of devising and shaping new material as a collective and a family, sharing the unique pleasures and challenges of such a process, while developing new material that will be presented in its finished form later this year in Berlin.
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Concrete Jumble: Instant Bowery
 
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Type a name: The third episode in Gary Leib's series of animations about the history of New York City.
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