Sound Entangled Spaces, 2017
"Reassembly" at Tinos Quarry Platform
Live at Syros International Film Festival, 2016
Living MemorY, 2016
A Performance for the 4d Sound System
Temps Zero, 2015
The olive tank sessions, 2014
Koumaria residency, Athens & Selassia
This composition was developed in response to the site of an abandoned olive oil factory in the village of Selassia, Greece.
This is documentation of a live performance in October 2014 by Alyssa Moxley and Alexandros Drymonitis.
The performance took place during the Koumaria Residency with the assistance of Medea Electronique .
Contact microphones attached to the surface of the oil tanks are connected to a patch running in PD which sends an unmodified and a modified (pitch and phase shifted) to two heavy transducers. The performers induce feedback by pounding, scraping, and pressing the sides of the tank. One performer sings into the tank, which also affects the feedback tones.
ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCES & DOCUMENTATION
Shot and edited by Konstantinos Arvanitakis
More about the Aural Lighthouses series of events at Santozeum
The surface of the sea is in constant conversation with the atmosphere above and the orbit of the moon, producing an infrasonic fluctuation, measurable in microbaroms, an unheard sound known as"The Voice of the Sea". This performance draws on this conversation, using transducers to diffuse sound through water and soil with tonal progressions, in rising and falling waves of accumulating materials and frequencies.
Guitar, pedals, synths, transducers, metal plates & boxes, camera, projector.
Performance artist Amelia Charter leads one on one interactions with 2513 North Spaulding. The dynamic of this one on one performance welcomes audiences to experience the home as an abstract form, one that engages with our senses-and our sense of belonging. The performer guides each audience participant through a variety of cinematic viewing perspectives of the home while performing vignettes that activate the relationship of the architecture, mood, and sound of the rooms’ materials. The home features sound installations by sound artist, Alyssa Moxley, both stable and activated, that react to the presence of live bodies. The inherent tones of the site serve as the structural basis for this movement and sound score. The performances vary in length, some are brief—just one minute, and others longer—a duration of up to 20 minutes.