DIN DIN / with Andrea Božić and Julia Willms | TILT

DE-CONSTRUKT studio in Red Hook Brooklyn invites creatives to join us for a potluck style community dinner. This month’s DIN DIN is hosted by choreographer Andrea Božić (DE-CONSTRUKT A.I.R OCT 2019) and visual artist Julia Willms (DE-CONSTRUKT A.I.R OCT 2019). They have collaborated since 2003 making interdisciplinary works that re-organize perception and are a captivating mix of site-responsive installations, live performance, digital collages, collaborations with the weather, drawings, games and film. All individual projects are parts of larger constellations.

They present the work across different contexts and borders: theatres, musea, festivals, galleries, site-specific, imaginary and virtual locations and have collaborated with a plethora of partners locally and internationally. Together with sound artist Robert Pravda they have founded in-disciplinary platform TILT to inspire and support artistic practice and thinking beyond disciplines.

For DIN DIN, they will share their research in the form of a live dream mapping and dream navigating session with the guests. The guests are warmly invited to bring a night time dream that has made a particular impression on them and that they would be happy to share and explore in the session.

DIN DIN serves as a space to share and discuss current inspirations, what you’re working on, and opportunities. Please bring food and or drink to share. If you have any questions on what to bring or about this evening please email laura@de-construkt.com.

Sunday, OCT 27, 6-9pm
@ DE-CONSTRUKT 41 Seabring Street, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn NY 11231
Please bring food and or drink to share.
FB Invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/2434191329962766/ 


Join us for the last Home Audio show of 2019! / Show starts at 8pm

Brittany Posas, dance quintet / Beau Dobson, Chloe Markewich, Jessica Bendig, Jason Fowler

Weston Minissali / performing his piece So Mo Ko for microtonal electric piano and synthesizer
Weston Minissali is a composer and synthesizer player living in Brooklyn. He primarily writes/performs/releases with the microtonal pop band Erica Eso, with a forthcoming LP on NNA. He has toured throughout North America and Europe with other bands such as Cloud Becomes Your Hand, VaVatican and Trumpet Trumpet Synthesizer. Since the beginning of Erica Eso in 2015, most of his work has utilized/indulged/critiqued the pop form while remaining close to his avant-garde roots. This is his first piece in several years where he has abandoned song structure altogether in order to explore a single, patient, long-form work. The piece takes its inspiration and form from a Zen Buddhist chant entitled Daihishin Dharani and will be performed by microtonal electronic piano and synthesizer.

Tatsuya Nakatani
Tatsuya Nakatani is an avant-garde sound artist, composer, and master percussionist. Active internationally since the 1990’s; Nakatani has released over 80 recordings and tours extensively, performing over 150 concerts a year. His primary focus is his solo work and his large ensemble project, the Nakatani Gong Orchestra. With his activity in the new music, improvisation and experimental music scenes, Nakatani has a long history of collaboration. He teaches master classes and lectures at universities and music conservatories around the world. Originally from Japan, he makes his home in the small desert town of Truth or Consequences, New Mexico.

Nakatani creates his distinctive music centered around his adapted bowed gong, supported by an array of drums, cymbals, and singing bowls. In consort with his hand carved Kobo Bows, it is an instrument he has spent decades developing. A master of extended percussion techniques, it can be difficult to understand the genesis of his sounds.

Nakatani approaches his orchestral project (NGO) as an arrangement of formations of vibrations, incorporated in shimmering layers of silence and texture. Within this contemporary work, one can still recognize the dramatic pacing, formal elegance and space (ma) felt in traditional Japanese music.

Drew Wesely (guitar), Lester St Louis (cello), and Carlo Costa (percussion)

RSVP on Artery for exact address
Sliding scale $10-20
Snacks provided
Home Audio is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC).
Home Audio has been organizing house shows featuring experimental music, art, and dance in Brooklyn since 2011.

HOME AUDIO @ DE-CONSTRUKT 41 Seabring Street, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn NY 11231
SATURDAY, NOV 1, 6-9pm