documentation CD

The limited edition CD that documents the north avenue: NOISE + vibrating.AIR installation and performance from the 2010 Megapolis Audio Art Festival will be available in the next couple weeks. The package will be limited to just 30 signed and numbered copies via the store section of this site. north avenue: NOISE + vibrating.AIR is […]

north avenue: noise + vibrating.AIR documentation

North Avenue: NOISE + vibrating.AIR was an installation and live performance created for the MEGAPOLIS AUDIO FESTIVAL in Baltimore on May 14-16. Below is a slightly modified text taken from the press release. “Bradley’s North Avenue: NOISE, a sound art installation, used the windows of the Windup Space gallery as a large tympanum that picked […]

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the vigil event: Mandala of the Four Directions

This past Saturday, DJ Dubble8 [Erik Spangler] and I went into the studio for the first time to “practice” our live set for the upcoming “Vigil” all night music festival on April 1, 2010. Erik and I come from very different backgrounds in our approach to music and sound so we were both excited while […]

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MUSICfor.one [byTEN] documentation

MUSICfor.one [byTEN] was a live “concert” improvisation created for the Chatroulette social network. Audio in the performance was generated from screen grabs taken of the first 10 people that appeared during a previous visit to the website. These pictures in turn became the graphic notation that loosely scores the work. Through this process I become […]

1444.minutes documentation

<– visit the 1444.minutes documentation site –> **1444 MINUTES WAS LIVE FROM FEB 2, 2010 BEGINNING AT 4:34AM UNTIL FEB 3, 2010 AT 4:34AM [-5GMT] *1444 minutes has recently been selected to be part of Rhizome’s Art Base Collection.

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Jason Sloan is an electronic media and sound artist, musician, composer and professor at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland.

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