Keskiviikkona 30.3. / Wednesday 30 March
Ovet / doors: 19.00
Musa / music: 19.30
Vapaa pääsy / Free entrance
Tila on pieni, suosittelemme kasvomaskin käyttämistä. / The space is small, we recommend wearing a face mask.
NICK MALKIN is an artist and musician based in Los Angeles, California. His practice focuses primarily on the interplay between found sound, field recordings and electronic Instrumentation.
Over the past ten years, Malkin has released numerous recordings that occupy a unique space between several musical traditions: musique concrète, electronic ambient, jazz and modern compositional. His work articulates how an amalgamation of disparate, de-contextualized sounds can suggest hypothetical landscapes and environments — abstracted 'non-spaces’ that convey an elusive sonic familiarity and explore sensory notions of what is “real” and “natural.”
He currently hosts Post-Geography, a long-running radio show on NTS and operates a small imprint of the same name with a focus on idiosyncratic electronic music. He has released albums on Geographic North, Soda Gong and Mondoj among others.
SARA MILAZZO has a long career in music and electronic subcultures. She is maybe best known for her work with the Association of Experimental Electronics (KOELSE) in Helsinki but she has also been part of several international art projects.
In Milazzo's music, electronic sounds collide organically, creating complex, mycelium-like threads that resemble the components of her experimental instruments. The soundscape she creates is like a jungle with an added element of technological dystopia.
In addition to music, Milazzo also makes art with recycled materials, for example sculptures made of junk electronics and plastic collages.
Milazzo’s debut album Multicore was released by Artsy Records earlier this month: https://artsyrecords.bandcamp.com/album/multicore