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Marina Rosenfeld Deployed



The experimental turntablist and composer of large ­scale installation/performances often works off hand­crafted dub plates (she presses her own vinyl!). Marina Rosenfeld is a master in the art of noise, gesture, montage, and surreal beauty. Here is her live set from the Clocktower/Knockdown Center Auditorium residency project.

Rosenfeld has created chamber and choral works, including the performances Teenage Lontano, Cannons, a series of acclaimed "orchestras" for floor­bound electric guitars and other quasi­sculptural scenarios, and works deploying complexes of unamplified live performers and custom loudspeaker installations.

The Clocktower Auditorum residencies culminated in an event on April 12, 2015 with site-specific electronic and electroacoustic performances organized by artists/curators Lea Bertucci and Tristan Shepherd. The focal point for this event was a custom 10-channel sound system installed throughout the 50,000 square feet of Knockdown Center. The sound system became a catalyst for multichannel works by sound and media artists Nate Wooley, Sabisha Friedberg, Marina Rosenfeld, Woody Sullender, Phill Niblock, and Katherine Liberovskaya.The entire effort was a collaboration between the curators, Knockdown Center, and Clocktower Productions.
 

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