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Wed, Nov 30 2022 4:00 PM

CCA California College of the Arts - Timken Hall
1111 Eighth Street San Francisco

Pamela Z Lecture on the VOICE IN MOVING IMAGE FILM LECTURE SERIES

A lecture with composer/performer and interdisciplinary artist Pamela Z at CCA California College of the Arts at 4pm in San Francisco USA

Through video and audio examples and a bit of live demonstration, composer/performer and interdisciplinary artist Pamela Z will share her work and her process, and will discuss the increasingly blurred lines between disciplines in her practice. Highlighting her use of voice, processing, gesture-based MIDI controllers, video, found objects, and sampled speech sounds, she will illustrate the various directions her work has taken over the years and tie in the projects she’s working on now.

Free and open to the public.

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organized by CCA Film Department
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Videos featuring musicians playing at this event
BREATHING is a movement from Carbon Song Cycle (a inter-media chamber work by composer/performer Pamela Z and visual artist Christina McPhee). The work was originally written for voice & electronics, bassoon, viola, cello, percussion, and tape. This is a solo version performed by the composer (with just voice, processing, and tape), recorded at a 3/13/2014 duo concert with Joan La Barbara as part of the 2014 ROOM Series. Pamela Z is using a gesture controller (designed and built by Donald Swearingen). © 2013 Last Letter Music (ASCAP)