"Art of Disappearance" continues. - Based in Brooklyn, New York, Sound artist, composer, [electroluxe] event schemer, a core member of Share, o.blaat (Keiko Uenishi) is known for creating various interactive audio environments , resulted from her ceaseless pursuits of ways to erase performer's presence and ultimately alter listening situation altogether. Lately, she has been exploring powerbook's mobility and its least distracting state of being. She has collaborated with Christine Bard, DJ Olive, Toshio Kajiwara, Ikue Mori, Daniel Smith, Lloop, Marina Rosenfeld, Kaffe Matthews, Ralph Steinbrüchel, Matthew Ostrowski, Charles Cohen, Miguel Frasconi, Miya Masaoka, Sachiko M, 242.pilots (Kurt Ralske, Lukasz Lysakowski, HC Gilje), Eric Redlinger among others. Her Powerbook performances have appeared at many music venues/events/museums including: Tonic, The Cooler, The Kitchen, Whitney Museum of American Art, P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, American Museum of Moving Image, Unitygain, Phonomena, rhizome.org's Openmouse, Audibleview (in which she programmed & performed an audio-light interactive patch) at White Columns.
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