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Monday, December 17, 2007
Non-Event and Semata Productions present
a FREE concert of experimental music featuring

BRANDON LABELLE
w/JARROD FOWLER

Piano Craft Guild (entrance at rear)
791 Tremont Street
Boston, Ma (South End)
8pm FREE!!!

About the artists:

BRANDON LABELLE is an artist and writer working with sounds, places, bodies, and cultural narratives. He presented a solo exhibition at Singuhr galerie in Berlin (2004), and an experimental composition for pirate drummers as part of Virtual Territories, Nantes (2005). His ongoing project to build a library of radio memories, “Phantom Radio”, was presented fall 2006 as part of Radio Revolten, Halle Germany. He is the author of Background Noise: Perspectives on Sound Art (Continuum 2006).

JARROD FOWLER used to be a drummer. His music has become so abstracted and conceptualized that his percussive practice bears little resemblance to that of his contemporaries. His work is influenced by the late- and post-modern fields of philosophy, conceptualism, hip hop, poetry and noise. He is the author of Translation As Rhythm (Errant Bodies 2006).

This concert is supported in part by a grant from the LEF Foundation.
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