FETA Foundation is presenting another edition of “Meet the Artist” that highlights creations of the past FETA Prize in Sound Art winners, finalists and judges through monthly show and chat sweet sessions. On Wednesday, September 29, at 7 pm EST on Zoom, they invite you to e-meet Bryan Jacobs, the 2015 FETA Prize in Sound Art Winner. Along with his winning work “Subwhistle," Bryan will present several other sound art projects.
Reserve your free ticket here.
About Bryan Jacobs
Composer, performer, and sound artist, Bryan Jacobs’ work focuses on interactions between live performers, mechanical instruments and computers. His pieces are often theatrical in nature, pitting blabber-mouthed fanciful showoffs against timid reluctants. The sounds are playfully organized and many times mimic patterns found in human dialogue. Hand-build electromechanical instruments controlled by microcontrollers bridge acoustic and electroacoutic sound worlds. These instruments live dual lives as time-based concert works and non-time-based gallery works.
View Subwhistle here: http://www.bryanjacobsmusic.com/subwhistle2.html
More info about Bryan Jacobs: http://www.bryanjacobsmusic.com/
Feta Foundation: https://www.fetafoundation.com/
FETA Prize in Sound Art Archive: https://fetafoundation.org/feta-sound-prize-virtual-archives/