at Satori 3003 Locust Street

June 4th 2016 at 7pm

featuring dimension -busting 3D video by

 VAN McELWEE : ‘Archaic Rooms’ and ‘Y-Space’

 CASPER McELWEE: ‘Anaglyphs Chakras’

 Live Soundtracking by

AsakoASAKO KUBOKI , violin

PAPA WRIGHT hyper-karimba

  Papa Wright and Marimba


MIKE MURPHY (aka dr. mabuse), re-synthesized guitar

Cat Chefs: Suzy Farren, Anna Lum, Casper McElwee, Lynnie McElwee and Maureen Thomas-Murphy will be adding the dimension of good eats

This event is free for donors with mailed invitation

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The Visitor
Tuesday, Apr. 15 – 7:30 pm
3003 Locust
Tickets: $15 / $10 students, artists

Join HEARding Cats Collective for a special touring performance, entitled The Visitor. Performance artist, sculptor and musician Bob Marsh (San Francisco) dons the persona of The Visitor for this performance dealing with waking and dreaming, present and future and the nature of discovery. (See videos of Marsh here). Through the years, Marsh has experimented with and created a variety of “sound-making clothing.” His Sonic Suit #9 will be used for The Visitor performance. Marsh has a long history playing in and leading ensembles in the Bay Area, in addition to years spent in Chicago and Detroit. Notable ensembles include “Che Guevarra Memorial Marching (and Stationary) Accordion Band, Free Reed Vibrating Society, and Eight.

Joined by vocal shape shifter Carol Genetti (Chicago) and percussionist, electronicist Rich O’Donnell (St. Louis), Marsh and company tour through inner and outer spaces arriving at Satori for this engagement. Genetti is a vocalist, composer and installation artist. Her work is focused on the interplay between the voice as an expressive musical instrument and its extension into the sound-making realm. She has studied a variety of techniques including Western singing, Hindustani classical voice and Bulgarian folk music. Through these studies and her own explorations, she has developed a personal yet universal palette that is an abstraction of “extended” voice sounds — breaths, overtones, and disconnected textual bits, squeaks, growls, non-verbal tones — sounds that evoke unconscious emotions and human physicality.

Saturday, May 11 – New Multi-Discipline piece ‘Super-Cooled Voltage-Controlled Liquids’ premiers at Satori

Super-Cooled Voltage-Controlled Liquids Saturday, May 11 – 8 pm Satori 3003 Locust Admission: $15 / $10 students, artists The new multi-discipline production, Super-Cooled Voltage-Controlled Liquids, refers to the original inspiration for the piece – the use of stained glass windows in innovative ways to filter video projection.  This new production represents a collaboration between many […]

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