February 16-March 23. Insistent. Office Hours. An exhibition bringing together works on paper, video, sculpture and textiles that are materially or conceptually conceived through multiplicity, accumulation, layering, obsession or repetitive labor. Works by Dicky Bahto & Sarah Davachi, Bonded by Felt Collective, Aimee Goguen, Dulce Soledad Ibarra, and Zara Kuredjian. Gallery located in CSUDH Art & Design, LaCorte Hall LCH B116. Open during office hours and by appointment.
January 29, 2023. The Triumphant Return of The Ensemble … Theater Basel, Foyer Public, Basel, Switzerland. 10am CET. Performances of short works by The Ensemble Whose Name is Uhhhhhmm… (fkaljf) along with a live conversation with Theresa Beyer of Swiss Public Radio SRF 2. Presented as part of the conference SPIEL! Games as Critical Practice organized by the Hochschule für Musik FHNW in Basel. More information here.
January 8, 2023. Hand Made: Recent Work by Dicky Bahto. solo screening with Los Angeles Filmforum at 2220 Arts + Archives, Los Angeles. Will include an expanded cinema collaboration with musician Tashi Wada. more info soon.
January 6, 2023. WOLF: A Celebration of the First Full Moon of 2023. Shapeshifters Cinema, Oakland. Live performance by Christopher Robin Duncan with video accompaniment by me. More info here.
November 25. Reimagining musical programming. 4pm EADT, Recital Hall East, Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Lolita Emmanuel performs works by Ilya Demutsky, Gurdjieff/de Hartmann, and Rasson Bet-Yonan, accompanied by projections of videos I made for her project, as part of a three-day symposium on rethinking how programs of the past might be meaningfully reimagined in the present.
November 23. A play in black & white premieres online. 21:00 GMT. New film commissioned by Canal180, Culturgest, and gnration, with music composed for the film by Matmos. More info here.
November 20. Performing Assyrian-ness digital lecture-recital by Lolita Emmanuel that intertwines storytelling, research and classical music performance to explore a small but growing Assyrian Art music genre. Incorporates videos I made for the performances. Piano compositions by Ilya Demutsky, Gurdjieff/de Hartmann, and Rasson Bet-Yonan. Register for the event and more info here.