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send + receive: a festival of sound v21 - Day Four

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Winnipeg, MB R3B 0T2

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ERIK TISU (Canada) // CHLOE ALEXANDRA THOMPSON (Canada) // RUSALKA (Canada)

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Our final concert is a study in contrasting sound worlds. Erik Tisu unfurls evocatively lo-fi vistas of DIY concrète; Chloe Alexandra Thompson's spatialized synthesis immerses the listener in a sea of discretely fascinating sonic detail; and Vancouver's Rusalka draws subtle and shifting dynamics out of the turbulence of harsh noise.

Erik Tisu is one of many members of Korea Undok Group, a prolific project and label anthologized in 2015 by Penultimate Press. He has mostly been inactive since 2017.

Chloe Alexandra Thompson is a Canadian Cree sound artist living and working in Portland, Oregon. Thompson composes and performs works of sonic minimalism that explore spatial intervention and discrete frequencies using Pure Data, hardware and voice. Thompson’s work (2 - 32 channel) has been presented by MUTEK Montreal (Canada), On the Boards (Seattle), Wayward Concert Series (Seattle), Corridor (Seattle), The Wiltern (LA), Qubit (New York), send + receive Festival (Canada), Quiet City (Vancouver, Canada), Subharmonic: Sonic Arts Symposium (PICA), Unity Gain: High Density Loudspeaker Array, and Variform Gallery, among others. She has also presented in collaborations for Converge45, Disjecta, Out of Sight (Seattle), SIX for Subharmonic, PICA Time Based Arts Festival 2016 and 2017, and Nationale.

Kate Rissiek is an artist based in Vancouver, Canada who has performed under the name Rusalka since 2007. Employing theremin and other electronics, Rusalka achieves visceral and at times abrasive sounds in her exploration of subconscious states and the dark recesses of human nature. A struggle between filth and transcendence occurs which stirs together crude electronics and an ethereal electromagnetic grasp for emergence. Her recent work often features subtle, yet profound, shifts in mood, timbre, and focus demonstrating a fervent refusal to clearly delineate between introspection and observation.

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