Posts Tagged ‘done?’

HERE, There, Everywhere

Monday, January 19th, 2009

My two weeks at HERE are over, and I’ll be honest: I’m a little sad that I wont be waking up at 7am in the morning every day to go there. Well… I’m fine with the not waking up at 7am. But HERE is a great place, filled with a lot of great people doing awesome things.

I’ll be posting a roundup and all the work I did and was involved in, including as much audio recording as I have on file (or can locate via the interwebs). Also now that I have a little more free time, I’m planning on getting some recording done, so things will pickup.

For anyone who is paying attention, Patrick and I have some performances of music + video on the horizon, both in Feb. More info as more info is. One is definitely going to be during the first week of Feb. @ 3rd Ward.

YAWN

Wednesday, December 31st, 2008

So I think Sonnambula is officially done… for now atleast. For the next week or so atleast. At some point I plan on making the whole thing available under a CC license like the rest of my work, but I’m not entirely sure I want it available to the world at large in its current state… and it might be some time in Feb before I get some good tweaking in.

Either way – here are a few more bits from the piece. Anyone who is interested in seeing the show can find all the infos here (opens in new window): http://here.org/see/now/. I’m also in SIREN, and BORDER TOWNS if you want to go ahead and make a weekend of seeing me in stuff.

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Part 9 – Lifts

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Hannah’s Solo

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Part 12 – Wheelchair Line