Come witness the walls come alive through Sung Kim's Sympathetic Resonators. Kim will be joined Raub Roy and Owen Stewart-Robertson. Musicians will plug into the resonators, creating an interplay between the musician's input and the resonators responding. 

The Divine Horseman
Sung Kim, Processed electric Organistrum
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Hora Flora
Raub Roy, Electronics and Resonant Objects
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The Braying Mule
Owen Stewart-Robertson // guitar
Sung Kim, "Guitar"
 

Photo © Lenny Gonzalez 

Photo © Lenny Gonzalez 

Horaflora

Horaflora is the main recording and performance moniker of Raub Roy. Horaflora’s works (live and recorded both) deal with explorations of articulated space, psychoacoustics, and pushing the limits of depth and detail in perception. Based in Oakland, CA, Roy studied sound art and studio technique with Daniel Warner and Christoph Cox at Hampshire College,and continues to study specialized aspects of his practice such as experiments in microsound, field recording, and new modes of listening.

www.weirdear.com/horaflora
 

Owen Stewart-Robertson

Owen Stewart-Robertson is, among other things, a native of Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, a guitarist, composer, educator, performer, a formerly active member of music scenes in, chronologically, the Maritimes, Montreal, Cincinnati, New York City, and Los Angeles, a mild claustrophobic, a participant in ensembles including VaVatican, Old Salt, This Sporting Life, Evelyn, Princess Reason, Teenage Burnout, Make A Circus, Jason Ajemian’s HighLife and Folklords, Katherine Young’s Pretty Monsters, a founder and director of experimental music label Prom Night Records, a brother of 3, a onetime student of a wonderful guy named Mick Goodrick, and an enthusiast of enthusiasm. Owen currently sublets in San Francisco.

http://blog.owenstewartrobertson.com/
 

Sung Kim

Sung Kim (1975) is an improvisor, sculptor, and an instrument builder born in Seoul, Korea and raised in Washington, DC. In 1989, Kim studied ceramic sculpture at the Corcoran School of Art. It was at Corcoran that Kim started building his own variations of the guitar.

Kim received his BFA in sculpture from The Art Institute of Chicago in 1999. It was in Chicago where Kim began to deviate from the guitar to explore other techniques, tonalities, and sympathetic resonance. It was also in Chicago where Kim started his collaboration with musicians to explore his instruments in an improvisational context. Kim facilitates his musical and sculptural endeavors by owning and operating an architectural woodworking design/build studio in the San Francisco Bay Area.

 

DOORS AT 9:30PM, SHOW AT 10PM
$10-$15 sliding scale suggested donation
 

NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES

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