cincinnati art museum performance

(This guy looks like he's checking his email, except he's not real.)

Here's a performance of Sounds from the Gray Goo I, improvisation for metal percussion and laptop, as performed by myself and composer/percussionist Tyler Niemeyer at the Cincinnati Art Museum. (Again, ignore the production quality of this video; it was taken with my lowly digital camera, and it was dark inside the museum. However, I was happy I didn't look like I was checking my email or paying bills online.) Tyler is on the left; I'm on the right.

[The above picture is a photo of a sculpture found in the University of Cincinnati's College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP) building. When I first walked through the building, I thought, "Dang, how'd he get up there?" then instantly realized that, "Duh, he's not real."]

0 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

What a week. Yesterday my tenant's sewer backed up (surprise!), Johnny Damon double-stole during Game 4 (?!), and concert:nova asked a few composers to write a movement for their ensemble based on the

How do you combine two of my favorite things? This German man makes records out of chocolate. You must see this to believe it.