Electrochroma courtesy of FIAF

For sonic arts fans, mark your calendars this month. Opening tonight and for every Wednesday of October is a series of live experimental audiovisuals curated by the artist Richard Garet. Garet’s own audiovisual blackbox installation entitled Electrochroma is currently on view at the Invisible Dog gallery. Electrochroma “was created in a digital environment utilizing various analog and digital techniques and a variety of software processes to maneuver audio and moving image. The work’s imagery ranges from dark to light monochromatic spheres, shifting tonality and intensity from mild to high saturation, including flickering and pulsating patterns, RGB phenomena, afterimage, retinal impact, and sensory overloads. The sound composition was arranged for 5.1-surround audio and is comprised of a molded experimentation resulting in tones, overtones, profound bass echoing, modulated frequencies, textures, static noises, and electronic sounds moving through space.” The line-up looks good with a premier by one of my favorite avante-garde turntablist Maria Chavez. Complete schedule here.

The Invisible Dog
51 Bergen Street
Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn