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Concert: Peter J Woods, Gerritt Wittmer, Lazuli, Big Fraud

 Monday, August 13  Based in Milwaukee, WI,   Peter J. Woods   is a  multimedia performance artist  that pulls equally from the worlds of sound art, theatre, conceptual art, and, most recently, film. His performances rely on stark imagery and overwhelming soundscapes to create minimal, haunting, and affective experiences. As a musician, he has collaborated with a host of internationally recognized musicians (Tatsuya Nakatani, Olivia Block, Victor DeLorenzo of the Violent Femmes, Alex Kmet of Climax Denial) and performed alongside many more (Negativland, Aaron Dilloway, Hiroshi Hasegawa, C Spencer Yeh, John Wiese). Woods has also performed in a number of acclaimed metal and punk bands (including Mountain Language and Galactic Cannibal), produced work at the Minneapolis and Milwaukee Fringe Festivals, and curated the Milwaukee Noise Fest for eight years. He currently acts as the chair of the music committee for the Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts in Milwaukee, WI where he also hosts the Experimental Education Series, a collection of workshops and concerts that amplify female voices in the experimental music world while simultaneously reaching out to new audiences.    Gerritt Wittmer   is a sound and performance artist based in Houston, Texas. His work often articulates abstract narratives through vocal expression, body performance, and intense theatrical lighting. He has performed and recorded as Gerritt, Ginnungagap (with Stephen O'Malley and Tim Wyskida), Deathroes (with Sixes), and has performed and/or collaborated on projects with Sunn O))), Sissy Spacek, John Wiese, and Paul Knowles. He is the lead singer for the band Names. He also directs the publishing house Misanthropic Agenda.      Lazuli  is a new textural noise/drone project from Sam Chintha and Emily Haugh   Debut performance of DC's newest harsh noise project,  Big Fraud , from our beloved Sophie

Monday, August 13

Based in Milwaukee, WI, Peter J. Woods is a multimedia performance artist that pulls equally from the worlds of sound art, theatre, conceptual art, and, most recently, film. His performances rely on stark imagery and overwhelming
soundscapes to create minimal, haunting, and affective experiences. As a musician, he has collaborated with a host of internationally recognized musicians (Tatsuya Nakatani, Olivia Block, Victor DeLorenzo of the Violent Femmes, Alex Kmet of Climax Denial) and performed alongside many more (Negativland, Aaron Dilloway, Hiroshi Hasegawa, C Spencer Yeh, John Wiese). Woods has also performed in a number of acclaimed metal and punk bands (including Mountain Language and Galactic Cannibal), produced work at the Minneapolis and Milwaukee Fringe Festivals, and curated the Milwaukee Noise Fest for eight years. He currently acts as the chair of the music committee for the Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts in Milwaukee, WI where he also hosts the Experimental Education Series, a collection of workshops and concerts that amplify female voices in the experimental music world while simultaneously reaching out to new audiences.

Gerritt Wittmer is a sound and performance artist based in Houston, Texas. His work often articulates abstract narratives through vocal expression, body performance, and intense theatrical lighting. He has performed and recorded as Gerritt, Ginnungagap (with Stephen O'Malley and Tim Wyskida), Deathroes (with Sixes), and has performed and/or collaborated on projects with Sunn O))), Sissy Spacek, John Wiese, and Paul Knowles. He is the lead singer for the band Names. He also directs the publishing house Misanthropic Agenda. 

 
Lazuli is a new textural noise/drone project from Sam Chintha and Emily Haugh


Debut performance of DC's newest harsh noise project, Big Fraud, from our beloved Sophie