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(corner of Metopolitan)
Williamsburg, Brooklyn 11211



JEREMY D. SLATER + TAMARA YADAO (sound and video)
LOU ROSSI (sound)
IAN EPPS (sound)


DAVID LINTON (sound and video)
o.blaat (sound)
BUBBLYFISH (sound) + CHIKA (video)


...experimenting with noise, sound, and image...flow brings you closer to the edge of dreams than you would normally find yourself in a
waking state. flow provides you with continual sound and vision with stimulating textures leaving you with a sensation of satiety, yet a
craving for more...flow consists of performances throughout the evening with a stream of sound and video performed live—a consistent


BUBBLYFISH is a sound artist, composer, and audio engineer, Haeyoung Kim explores the territory of sounds in electronic music. Currently, under the name Bubblyfish, she has been creating 8-bit and experimental sound works. Haeyoung has collaborated with many respected sound and visual artists such as Malcolm McLaren, the founder of Sex Pistols, Hans Jochim Rodelius, and the Brussels based media art group, Lab-[au]. Her work has been presented in art venues, clubs, festivals, and galleries internationally including The American Museum of the Moving Image, Pompidou Center, Kunsthalle Wien, MUTEK, LABoral, Lincoln Center Walter Reed Theater, and The New Museum. http://bubblyfish.com/

a live media artist working in the international VJ and experimental music scene. Her performances vary from minimalist geometric patterns to unique compositions overflowing with a variety of forms and color. She has performed at The Museum of Modern Art, The Hammer Museum, Mutek, The Mapping Festival, Decibel festival, Platform Bohenstrasses, Théâtre Maisonneuve, San Francisco Art Institute, Remix Hotel Miami, Eyebeam, Eyewash as well as many gallery and museum events, festivals and night clubs in the US and Europe. Her work was featured on Club Chroma Channel on Joost, Eyewash's 3 DVD by Forward Motion Theater and is supported by Modul8, Korg, Experimental Television Center and Forward Motion Theater. http://imagima.com/

ANDREA WILLIAMS is a sound/installation artist and acoustic ecologist who utilizes site-specific elements and perceptual cues to make connections between people and their immediate environment. She is a founding member of the New York Society for Acoustic Ecology (NYSAE), co-curates their Giant Ear))) radio show on free103point9, and leads soundwalks in various locations in NYC and beyond. In 2007, she was selected for a Sound Artist Residency directed by Francisco Lopez in the Brazilian rainforest. She is a member of the performance group, The Glass Bees, and has shown or performed at various galleries and alternative spaces, most recently at the Fountain Miami Art Fair, Diapason Gallery, and NPR. http://www.myspace.com/urbanfieldrecording

IAN EPPS is a Sonic/Visual Artist, customizing his life and belongings, in Brooklyn, NY.

Ian Epps is interested in treating sound as units, much like building blocks. These blocks become pieces of information that synthesize space. Each block has a voice and sings, but together sounds out the warmth and infinitely complex nature of a composed environment. http://www.ianepps.com/

DAVID LINTON is multiple media artist traveling the vectors of sound and signal flow. He has been active in the downtown NYC experimental arts community for 30 years.
With his "Bicameral Research Sound & Projection System" (2004) David aims to make vibrational wave induced perceptual energy states manifest by deploying interconnected measures of electric sound & light in live action with hand manipulated objects in physical (live camera) space. He employs an integrated recursive audio & video feedback system of his own perversely simple design modulated by freehand intervention to deliver vigorous eye, ear, and - sometimes - body shaking realtime audio visual performances from which a kind of retro-tech animist ritual "medicine show" emerges where subject and object blur. Thematically David likes to consider that since the late days of the 19th century 60 Hz alternating electrical current gradually came to function as the primary Prana of the mass bio-energetic body/culture of human life in North America. http://www.unitygain.org

Based in Brooklyn, New York, sound artivist, social composer, and a core member of SHARE (http://share.dj), o.blaat (Keiko Uenishi) is known for her works formed through experiments in restructuring and analyzing one's relationship with sounds in sociological, cultural, and/or psychological environments. Her installations include: "Aboard: Fillip2" for "six sites for sound" exhibitions in London, UK (2005), "J'ai un secret merveilleux: Midas" for City Sonic Festival 2006, Mons, Belgium. To explore in the field of aural perceptions, o.blaat created "Car décalé (légèrement)", a series of feedback performance work.

Most recently, o.blaat installed 'SOUNDLEAK: TheROOM' at Medien Kultur Haus, Wels, Austria, as a part of "What You Really Need" series curated by MKH, funded by Linz 2009 Kulturhauptstadt Europas. 'TheROOM' is a simulation of neighbours. On appearance, it is a physical structure, yet, it is precisely aiming at the "overlaps" of aural space constantly forming around the structure. More in German text (No Eng vers there... more will be posted soon at soundleak.org) http://linz09.medienkulturhaus.at/media/wyrn_protokoll_06.pdf Uenishi also has an on-going open project "Broadway Dreams" (collaborative 'blink media documentation' on local businesses and sidewalks, utilizing web 2.0), featured in Conflux Festival 2008, NYC, and a participatory composition "Border Game" for Fronte[i]ras2 festival at a border of Spain and Portugal in autumn 2010 http://www.myspace.com/oblaat http://obla.at/

LOU ROSSI creates ambient & textural sounds via baritone guitar, stick, bass, petals & loops. His love of expressionism helped in the development of this style. http://www.myspace.com/lourossi

JEREMY D. SLATER - is a sound artist essentially, but also works with video and sound in performance and installation settings. He uses his laptop computer to create a variety of sound, image, and interactive work. His sound work consists of field recordings as a base to create processed drones with tabletop guitar, toys, circuit bent items, and ambient noise. Performances include live performed video that is reactive. Video work also includes single and multiple channel videos for screening and installations with sound and ephemeral sculpture.

Jeremy was one of the 1999 recipients of the Computer Art Fellowship from New York Foundation of the Arts (NYFA) and has exhibited and performed nationally and internationally. Collaborators have included Patrick Todd (RED CHAIR), Shige Moriya (Cave), Ximena Garnica (LEIMAY), Yuko Kaseki, Minako Seki, Takuya Muramatsu, Yann Keller, Tamara Yadao, Richard Garet, EA, Marie Evelyn, Gregory Reynolds, Ann Adachi, Ed Bear, Sara Sun, Rhiannon Gibbs, Xavier Becerra, Daniel Carter, Stefano Scippa, Matt Motel, Andrea Williams, Ned Mooney, NYSAE (New York Society for Acoustic Ecology) and is also a member of ROTC (Rubaiyats of the Cicadas) with Aaron Halley (NORTH GUINEA HILLS), RED CHAIR, and FROGWELL (with Richard Kamerman, Bob Lukomski, Robert Hardin, Tamara Yadao). Jeremy has performed at Front Room, Diapason, Tonic, The Stone, Issue Project Room, The Whitney Biennial (NPR), Bridge Art Fair, Fountain, Hogar Collection, The Tank, Collective Unconscious, Chashama, Electronic Church, KuLe, Rueben Noise, Goodbye Blue Monday, Monkeytown, Cave Art Space, Grace Exhibition Space, Plan B, Theater for the New City for The New York Butoh Festival, 7hz, and Black Rock City.

http://www.parenthesismusic.com http://www.myspace.com/parenthesis  http://www.jeremyslater.net

PATRICK TODD (AUTOFAC1) is a Reason expert bumpin crazy sounds together without looking. Always finding for a way to break the mold and push the limits, he is searching for gold inside the computer! Autofac1 (aka Patrick Todd) has been presenting sound work of all genres for solo and group performances for many years. He has collaborated with various artists, including Jeremy Slater, Noemie Lafrance of Sense Productions for dance, Patricia Maldonado for dance, The Ops Project, Roy Campbell, JR, amongst others. Don't miss this opportunity to catch one of his rare public performances! http://www.myspace.com/patricktoddeclectic

TAMARA YADAO is a multimedia performance artist who abstracts recorded expressions of the body to investigate formal relationships
between movement, sound, noise and electronic media. Pieces are purposed for the single channel, multi-channel performance installation and live performance. Her work has been screened/performed at the Brooklyn Museum, Dixon Place, the Kitchen, Knitting Factory NY and Symphony Space. http://www.myspace.com/tamarayadao

THANKS TO Kathleen Vance and Daniel Aycock at THE FRONT ROOM curated by THE RED CHAIR - Patrick Todd and Jeremy D. Slater