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C. Spencer Yeh, Solo Electronics



C. Spencer Yeh performs a solo electronic set at Issue Project Room, recorded as part of the PAN_ACT festival in June 2013. The set starts off with a minimal percussion sound, evolving into a complex glitch beat and textural washes of electronics.

C. Spencer Yeh is recognized for his interdisciplinary activities and collaborations as an artist, composer, and improviser, as well as his music project Burning Star Core. He has worked with a wide-ranging group of artists including New Humans with Vito Acconci, Thurston Moore, Smegma, Prurient, Okkuing Lee, and Jandek, among many others. He has performed at events such as SONAR, Densit├ęs, No Fun Fest, and Frieze Arts Fair, and exhibited his visual and multimedia works at national and international venues including the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, the New Museum in New York City, and International Film Festival Rotterdam.
 

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