Serving the San Francisco Bay Area New Music Community

Thu, Mar 16 2023 7:30 PM

660 Lomita Dr. Stanford
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Jay Afrisando will present his multisensory works that advance the notions of aural diversity and his multimedia and spatial audio works created between 2017-2020.

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FREE and Open to the Public

Face coverings are strongly recommended. We encourage you to continue wearing masks for the comfort of our audience members, artists, and staff.

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Jay Afrisando is an Indonesian composer, multimedia artist, researcher, and educator. He operates on aural diversity, acoustic ecology, and cultural identity through multisensory and antidisciplinary practices. His works include the 5-channel film installation “In Which to Trust?” (2022) and the spatial composition “Ungklang-Angklung” (2019), among others. His works have been presented in various scenes and places, including Sound Scene at Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Walker Art Center’s Virtual Cinema, ARGOS Projector: The Faraway Nearby at ARGOS Center for Audiovisual Arts, Landmark to Lowertown at George Latimer Public Library and Saint Paul Union Depot, and Aural Diversity Conference at Attenborough Arts Centre. He has collaborated with various artists and culture bearers, including writer Josephine Dickinson, signer Jamil Haque, vocalist Gelsey Bell, artist collective Black Pencil Ensemble, duo violin Duo Gelland, dancers/choreographers J-Sun and Yan Pang, and interdisciplinary artist Djaduk Ferianto.

He has been awarded the MAP Fund 2022, the Jerome Hill Artist Fellowship 2021-22, the Ambassador’s Award for Excellence 2019, and the Minnesota Emerging Composer Award 2016. His publications include the book chapter “Music-Making in Aurally Diverse Communities” in “Aural Diversity” book (Routledge, 2022), the telematic film “Expanding the Frame Live” in collaboration with interdisciplinary artist Lee Noble (Walker Art Center’s Bentson Mediatheque, 2021), the soundscape album “Rangkaian Pagi untuk Dikenang” (2021), the track “Gunung Singgalang” in Alex Lubet’s solo album “Three Strings and the Truth: New Music for Mountain Dulcimer” (pfMENTUM, 2020), and the graphic score “Water Siter” (Donemus, 2015).

Cost: FREE