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After Hours: Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe, Plume, for Biba Bell



A live score created for movement and modular synthesis by Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe for Plume, a collaborative performance with modern dancer Biba Bell. For this collaborative project, Lowe's modular synthesizer patch piece was built to act as a physical and gestural partner to the dance. The event took place at the R Lounge in Times Square on February 19th, 2014.

Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe is an artist and composer that works with spontaneous music and voice, often under the moniker of Lichens. Lowe creates patch pieces using modular synthesizers and tonal vocal work with a focus on live performance and recordings. His interest lies in the physicality of sound, much in the way of ecstatic music. These sonic creations rely on the sensitivity of analogue modular systems to echo the organic nature of vocal expression, in order to create a trancelike state and usher in a deeper listening through sound and feeling.

As an artist in residence at EMPAC, Robert produced in collaboration with Sabrina Ratté, Peradam, a performance piece for modular synthesis (both audio and video) and voice. Through collaboration Robert has worked with Ben Russell, Ben Rivers, Sabrina Ratté, Rose Lazar, Hisham Akira Bharoocha, Tarek Atoui, Evan Calder Williams, Lucky Dragons, Doug Aitken, Patrick Smith, Monica Baptista, Kevin Martin, Chris Johanson, Tyondai Braxton, David Scott Stone, and Rose Kallal, as well as many others.
 

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