Gallery 400 and The Burlington are proud to present an evening of experimental music and sound art performances by Steve Roden, Neil Jendon, and John Kannenberg.
Steve Roden, a visual and sound artist working in Los Angeles, has experimented with sound works for nearly twenty years and has exhibited his visual and sound works in museums, arts spaces, and festivals worldwide. This performance will mark Roden’s first work in Chicago since 2001. More information on Roden can be found on his website www.inbetweennoise.com. Over the last 12 years, Neil Jendon’s recordings and live performances have wandered in and out of the spaces of noise, ambience, improvisation and minimalism. His main music-making tools are a modular analog synthesizer, vintage DCO synths and guitar. Recent projects include live shows with Wolf Eyes, Locrian, Anatomy of Habit, and live collaborations with Rabid Rabbit, Sshe Retina Stimulants, and Vertonen. John Kannenberg creates quietly reflective work in image and sound that blurs the boundaries between intention and accident. His work deals with themes including the human experience of time, the psychology of collection, the sonics of space and place, and the processes of both making and observing art. He curates Stasisfield.com, a netlabel and online gallery for experimental art.
Admission to the show is $8.00 and you must be 21 to attend. For more information, visit The Burlington.