Another night of radical free form performance and sonic collaboration. Performances start at 8.
Alan Zimmerman was born, reared and educated in Texas. After extended stays in Japan and Jamaica, he spent over 3 decades in NYC and then immigrated to Albuquerque in August of 2015. He has made sounds with diverse people/ensembles ranging from Seiji Ozawa and the New Japan Philharmonic to the NM based Death Convention Singers.
Ryan Dennison is a Diné transdisciplinary artist from Tohatchi, NM. Shapeshifting through various mediums, Dennison exercises the transposition of past and present to share a social and political soundscape, to vision our future environment, acknowledging the interconnectedness of land, culture and community. His practice involves both visual art and sound—engaging in performances that utilize Diné knowledge with media such as contact mics, synthesizers, handmade costumes, and projections. He currently works and lives in Gallup, NM as an educator with indigenous communities actively maintaining, renewing and revitalizing traditional knowledge linking, food, culture, health and the environment.