Brendan Fowler, who has made sculptural wall pieces consisting of several mounted photographs “crashed” together in a kind of performative act, gives one of his trademark vocal performances. Pitched between speech and song, and veering from semi-autobiographical confessional to deadpan social commentary, he plays sparse electronic tracks composed on a Roland SP-404 sampler.
This performance is free and takes place in the List’s Reference Gallery.
Capacity is limited. First come, first served.
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