Friday, April 8, 2005

San Francisco, CA

Solo peformance of new work for voice, electrtronics, and video. at The LAB in San Francisco, CA USA Pamela Z joins with artists from STEIM/Amsterdam. Pamela will perform work in which she uses Max MSP and Jitter to control video with her voice and process her voice in real time. Michel Waisvisz and Robert van Heumen of STEIM will offer a free demonstration of LiSa X, STEIM’s software that enables users to extensively control live-sampled and pre-recorded sounds, and junXion, which maps Human Interface Devices such as joysticks to MIDI. There will be a Q&A following the demo for those with specific inquiries. Michel Waisvisz, Joel Ryan and Robert van Heumen from STEIM/Amsterdam will team up with longtime STEIM collaborator Laetitia Sonami and SF resident Roddy Schrock to present an evening of electro-instrumental improvised music. Expect different duo/trio combinations of Michel’s instrument The Hands, Laetitia’s Lady’s Glove, Robert’s Sexy Controllers, and Roddy’s SuperCollider wizardry all guided by Joel Ryan behind the mixing desk. LiSa X and junXion v2 demo at 6 PM; Pamela Z and STEIM 8 PM