David Grubbs reads from "Records Ruin the Landscape: John Cage, the Sixties, and Sound Recording", his long-awaited study of the role of sound recordings in representing experimental music of the 1960s. Grubbs is joined in discussion by a "jukebox jury" including Branden W. Joseph, Lisa Kahlden, and Marina Rosenfeld.
An evening of improvised duets featuring Marina Rosenfeld closes electronic composer Ben Vida’s 2013 residency. A leading voice in the increasing hybridization between the domains of visual art and music, Rosenfeld performs on turntables. Vida plays a digital/analog hybrid synth.
The third Swedish Energies festival closes with more of Sweden's most progressive performers. With debut collaborations by Mats Lindström & Marina Rosenfeld, and Henrik Rylander & MV Carbon, plus the hypnotic Hanna Hartman, saxaphonist Mats Gustafsson, audio-visual duo The Space in Between, & DJ Lary 7.
Known equally as a composer of large-scale performances and an experimental turntablist, Marina Rosenfeld is a leading voice in the hybridization between visual art and music. Rosenfeld discusses working methods and influences with fellow turntablist Philip Jeck in anticipation of his upcoming concert for Touch.30.
From the archives, with Trio S, Ted Reichman, Marco Cappelli, Jim Pugliese, Ikue Mori, Marina Rosenfeld, Black Mountain Trio and more.
The second evening of “Voices and Echoes” presents a series of unique collaborations including Otomo Yoshihide + Marina Rosenfeld duo, Gozo Yoshimasu + Tamio Shiraishi + Cammisa Buerhaus trio, and Akio Suzuki + Jason Lescalleet duo.