Double Quadrophonic Diptych in 3 Movements, 2012
8-channel speaker system 


In this collaborative performance each of the artists is using two speakers to create a spontaneous intertwined sonic field.

Garet's approach will focus on computer processing from sonic material such as electromagnetic waves, modified tape, cracked media, sonification of light, and field recordings. This sonic construction will surface in real-time creating a poly-layered field where the final outcome consists of the materials being carefully treated, weighed, measured.

Neumann’s sound material stems mostly from synthesized sources (analog and digital) and has then been exposed to various processes including filtering, layering and re-recording in different physical spaces or through modified media, like speaker distortion, and others, accumulating over time.

Processed files provide each artist with a vocabulary with which they play out the speaker locations in relation to the architecture and to each other.

About Rirchard Garet 

Richard Garet holds an MFA from Bard College. Award and grants include the Jerome Foundation Residency Grant through the Clocktower, Art-on-Air; the Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant; the Jerome Foundation Residency Grant through issue project room; and the New York State Council on the Arts Grant through Lehman College. He completed an artist production studio residency at the Clocktower, NYC in 2013; an artist in residency at Issue Project Room, NYC in 2010; and in 2006 was artist in residence at Taliesin West, Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, Scottsdale, Arizona. Recent exhibitions and performances include International Biennial of Contemporary Art of Cartagena de Indias, Cartagena, Colombia; Bioderivas, Museo de la Naturaleza y el Hombre, Tenerife, Spain; Queens International, Queens Museum of Art, Queens, New York; Soundings: a Contemporary Score, Museum of Modern Art, New York; Extraneous to the Message, Julian Navarro Projects, NY; the Spacious Now and the Scale of the Instantaneous, Studio 10, NY; 5x5 Real Unreal, Museum of Art Acarigua-Araure, Venezuela; EAC: Espacio de Arte Contemporáneo, Montevideo, Uruguay; Fine Arts Museum of Montreal; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona (MACBA), Barcelona, Spain; Art Museum of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico; and El Museo del Barrio, NYC. His sonic constructions have been published through sound art labels such as 23five, and-OAR, Non Visual Objects, Winds Measure Recordings, Unframed Recordings, Con-V, Leerraum, White_line editions, obs, and contour editions.

About Daniel Neumann 

Daniel Neumann is a Brooklyn-based sound artist, organizer and audio engineer, originally from Germany. He holds a master's degree in media art from the Academy of Visual Art Leipzig and also studied electronic music composition under Emanuelle Casale in Catania, Italy. In his artistic practice he is using experimental or conceptual and often collaborative strategies to explore sound, sound material and its modulation through space, situation and media. Curatorially he runs the monthly series Contemporary Temporary- Sound Works and Music (CT-SWaM) - which takes place in NYC and engages in spatial sound works and focussed listening.