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Sabisha Friedberg, Sub

Sabisha Friedberg's composition, performance, and installation work draws on the phenomenological and phantasmagorical, exploring perceptual delineation of space through sound, and low-end experiential thresholds. That is, you feel the room in your belly and your belly in the room... She blew up the 50,000 sq. foot Knockdown Center space (with a dash of heart and soul) in this live set for the Auditorium event in 2015.

Hailing from Johannesburg South Africa, Friedberg has studied sound installation, experimental film, sound recording, and has an ongoing romance with electro-acoustic tape music composition.

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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