Live performance by Jad Atoui and Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe

Live performance by Jad Atoui and Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe

Jad Atoui.

Live performance by Jad Atoui and Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe

Admission $15
Doors open at 7, music starts at 7:30

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April 30, 2024, 7pm
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172 Classon Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11205

Join us at e-flux on Tuesday, April 30 at 7pm for a duo performance with Jad Atoui and Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe.

Jad Atoui is a Beirut-based sound artist and improviser. He composes and performs electronic and electro-acoustic music and has worked with musicians like John Zorn, Pauline Oliveros, Laurie Anderson, Chuck Bettis, and Anthony Sahyoun. During his formative years in New York, Atoui found interest in the New York avant-garde scene. He began working closely with NYC downtown musicians and learning improvised music techniques, while also working at the Stone and the Guggenheim Museum. In 2015, Atoui spearheaded the Biosonics project in collaboration with scientist Ivan Marazzi where they used bio-sonification of behaviors as compositional tools. The project was later published in John Zorn’s Arcana Book Vol. XVIII and premiered at National Sawdust as part of The Stone’s commissioning series. Atoui has given and co-directed workshops at Marfa Sounding, Ashkal Alwan, and Beirut Synth Center, and has been a resident at the Stone, the National Sawdust, Beirut Art Center, Arab Image Foundation, and Sharjah Art Foundation.

Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe is an artist, curator, and composer who works primarily with, but not limited to, voice and modular synthesizer for sound works in the realm of spontaneous music. The marriage of synthesis and voice has allowed for a heightened physicality in the way of ecstatic music, both in his performance and recorded music. The sensitivity of analogue modular synthesis echoes the organic nature of vocal expression which lends itself to Lowe’s aleatoric process. Lowe’s works on paper tend towards human relations to the natural/magical world and the repetition of motifs. As of late Lowe has also directed focus on composition for film and television, both in solo scoring and collaboration. Over the last several years Lowe has collaborated on projects or provided sound in a featured artist capacity for the films End of Summer, Sicario, Arrival, Last and First Men, and It Comes at Night. Recently, Lowe has scored Candyman for Nia DaCosta, The Color of Care, and Power for Yance Ford, Master for Mariama Diallo, Grasshopper Republic for Daniel McCabe, and the docuseries Telemarketers. Lowe has collaborated with many artists including Tarek Atoui, Ben Russell, Ben Rivers, Rose Lazar, Nicolas Becker, Rashaad Newsome, Jóhann Jóhannsson, Hildur Guđnadóttir, Sabrina Ratté, Philippe Parreno, Evan Calder Williams, Ariel Kalma, Susie Ibarra, YoshimiO, and more. 

The program of sound performances at e-flux is curated by Sanna Almajedi.

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–Two flights of stairs lead up to the building’s front entrance at 172 Classon Avenue.
–For elevator access, please RSVP to The building has a freight elevator which leads into the e-flux office space. Entrance to the elevator is nearest to 180 Classon Ave (a garage door). We have a ramp for the steps within the space.         
–e-flux has an ADA-compliant bathroom. There are no steps between the event space and this bathroom.

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