the wulf.

upcoming events

02.26.2020 8:00 p.m.

Open Source: Clay Chaplin, BitPanic, and Corazon de Robota

the wulf. @ Coaxial Arts

1815 S Main St., Los Angeles, CA US 90015

New and recent work by Clay Chaplin, BitPanic (Casey Anderson, Clay Chaplin, and Stephanie Smith), and Corazon de Robota.

Corazon de Robota [CL] // makes retro-technological and techno-manual noise creations from low-cost, low-tech DIY sound artifacts, electronic recycling & chocolate boxes. Her sound performance stages synthesizers, sequencers, drum machines, filters and handmade distortions, incorporating error and electronic aberration. Device arrangement is not fixed. She uses her instruments as non-standard modules made by herself. Signals and sound are therefore always unique, a chaotic organization of textures, feedbacks and random patterns that are set up live to explore and experiment with the rhythmic dimensions of noise. The various sonorities generated go through the spectrum of audible and inaudible frequencies, leading us into a sensory journey of physical perceptions, vibrations, frequencies and demodulation of cosmic messages.

Corazón de Robota’s DIY devices embody the philosophy of Electronic Anarchy and are all made using open source hardware.

This event is a part of the wulf.'s fourth annual Open Source electronic music series. Each event in the series is dedicated to presenting new works by artists working with technologies in unique and innovative ways. Open Source is made possible in part by a generous grant from the DCA Los Angeles.

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past events

01.28.2020 8:00 p.m.

Scott Perry & Ori Barel

the wulf. @ Coaxial Arts

1815 S Main St., Los Angeles, CA US 90015

Ori Barel and Scott Perry received their PhDs from the University of California, Santa Barbara. They also hold MFAs from CalArts.

Some of Ori Barel’s interests are: algorithmic composition, particularly the use of cellular automata, improvisation, sound design and music visualization.

Scott Perry likes to manipulate vocal sounds and small recorded impulses into digital audio montages. He also has a fascination with the connections and continuities between rhythm, harmony, and timbre. 

Ori Barel will be presenting a set of recent electronic pieces that combine live keyboards, max patches, field recordings, 4-track tape, alto saxophone and video.

Scott Perry will be presenting three recent electronic works for diffusion over quadraphonic speaker array. Two of these works will feature physically modeled virtual piano in alternative tuning systems. The third, “Garudas,” is a montage of sounds derived from the calls of several North American Raptors.