03.06.2005

Share @16 Beaver, starting at 6:30 p.m. – midnight

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Date/Time: 06/03/2005 12:00 am


 Share @16 Beaver, starting at 6:30 p.m. – midnight
1. what is SHARE?
2. featured guests on march 6th
3. upcoming Shares
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1. what is SHARE?
SHARE is an organization dedicated to fostering open and spontaneous collaborations between audio and video artists, and providing the necessary infrastructure to support this community. SHARE accomplishes this through a weekly free event, special large-scale events held in various cities, and a strong Internet presence. SHARE operates on an open and free philosophy, making our events as broadly accessible as possible and releasing software and media under open licensing schemes.
More info can be found at http://share.dj
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2. featured guests on march 6th
Phillip Schulze w/ Matt Bauder + Jonathan Chen + Aaron Siegel  http://www.phillip-schulze.de
Phillip Schulze
is a media/sound artist and composer who has studied media art in Germany (HfG – Karlsruhe) and is currently studying experimental composition at Wesleyan University with Alvin Lucier, Anthony Braxton and Ron Kuivila. He will perform his “Composition (C.01B) for Long Sustained Sound, Percussion and Computerplayback“ (2004) for clarinet, percussion and violin. Playing on the composition with him and then accompanying Schulze in several improvisations are the saxophonist/composer Matt Bauder, sound artist/improviser/violinist Jonathan Chen and composer/percussionist Aaron Siegel.
and also…
Benedict Drew
(born 1977) is a Digital Artist who works in sound and video. Between (1997) and the present he has been instrumental in promoting new music concerts in London, including the “Audit” club, as well as performing widely.
In 1999 he began a musical partnership with Ivan Seal in the laptop duo Nish. Nish have had several CD releases and performed in the U.K. numerous times, including The State of The Nation at the South Bank Centre, Resonance FM’s Second Sight at the Conway Hall , Frieze Art Fair.
Benedict has also worked with various improvisers including Tom Chant [as duo Suscete], Angharad Davies, Alistair Leslie, Toshimaru Nakamura.
He has travelled widely performing live video with Cinematic Orchestra & Ninja Tune, under the auspices of the British Council; and as a featured artist in the Contemporary Music Network’s Turntable Hell tour .
He has also composed the soundtracks for three films by Emily Richardson, Red Shift (2001) Nocturne (2002) and Aspect (2004). Petrolia (2005)
A CD will be released of these soundtracks in September 2004 in a booklet with a critical essay of Drew’s music by “Wire” critic Ed Baxter.
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3. upcoming Shares
March 13th: SHARE @Lucky Cat, featuring Sudden Infant http://www.suddeninfant.com, plus, also Ryan Smith (Music) + Dan Winckler (Visuals)
Ryan Smith >> http://amillionbillion.com/, and Dan Winckler >> http://danwinckler.com
March 20th: SHARE @Lucky Cat, featuring Mark DeNardo  http://markdenardo.com
March 27th: Aimee Norwich + Jeff Derose (from Northampton, MA)http://www.aimeenorwich.com&; http://www.ice-axe.com
April 3rd: SHARE @Harvestworks

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