Serving the San Francisco Bay Area New Music Community

Fri, May 18 2018 7:30 PM

Space 151
151 Potrero, San Francisco

Doors at 7:30pm Music at 8:00pm
Donation: $5-$15 (Sliding Scale)

Jason Kahn
Born 1960 in New York and grew up in Los Angeles. Re-located to Europe in 1990 and is
currently based in Zurich, where he is active as a musician, artist and writer.
Concerts and exhibitions throughout Europe, North and South America, Australia, China, Egypt,
Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand,
Russia, Singapore, Taiwan, Turkey and South Africa.
In 2011 started the Editions label to publish his books and records.

Kevin Corcoran
Kevin works with an open interest in sound as medium as it moves through contexts of art, music, ecology, and communication in performance and fixed media pieces. As a percussionist he is most interested in techniques which extend the sonic possibilities of the instrument emphasizing textural sound, friction, sympathetic vibration, sustained tones and the use of found objects. He works also with environmental recordings, both observing and interacting with sites, and electronic sound through feedback systems, computer software and cassette tapes. Based in San Francisco, he has performed improvised and composed work throughout the US, Europe, Japan and Taiwan and collaborates with artists working in multiple fields.

gabby fluke-mogul
Gabby is a violinist, improviser, composer, & educator living in Oakland, CA. gabby is deeply committed to exploring & connecting to the spiritual depths, infinite sounds, hues, & multitudinous voices of the acoustic violin. through improvising//composing, gfm hopes to create space for individual & collective intersectional process, deep listening, healing, laughter, intimacy, & narrative. they are interested in the sensual nature of sound—how desire & eroticism are embodied & translated within the political & poetic context(s) of improvisation.

Think Make Tank is an art tank, an artist collective, a lab, for creating experiences — The tank’s aim is to transform any idea or concept into an accessible experience. Our goal is to incite dialogue and conversation around how we perceive the world.

Cost: $5-15 donation