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Terre Thaemlitz: Deproduction

Friday, February 26, 2021 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm
online | Zoom (RSVP required)

CCRMA presents Terre Thaemlitz's Deproduction, a multi-media Sound/Reading (2017), to be followed by Q&A with the artist. In Deproduction, Terre Thaemlitz investigates the awkward, uncomfortable, and hypocritical power dynamics behind Western Humanist notions of family, and how they function internationally through processes of globalization. | Register here

For Optimal Listening: Use a well balanced speaker system or headphones with full dynamic range. (Do not use built-in speakers on a laptop or cell phone, etc.) Because these works use little compression and move between quiet and loud passages, it is recommended to set your volume level a bit louder than usual for your sound system, and leave it at a steady volume throughout. Adjust your base volume level during the first track, "Names Have Been Changed," so that the recurring string chords feel a bit on the loud side and fill your room. A read-along text document will be available during the event.

Event Sponsor: 
Department of Music, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics
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Performers Type: 
Guest Artists
Academic Quarter: 
Winter 2021
Guest Artist(s): 
Terre Thaemlitz