DUET FOR TWO CONTINENTS
A BI-CONTINENTAL, MIXED MEDIA CONCERT THAT, VIA COMPUTER MODEM, SIMULTANEOUSLY LINKS SAN FRANCISCO AND HANNOVER, GERMANY, IN A SPIRIT OF ARTISTIC COOPERATION WITH
* DAVID ANDERSON * JOHN BISCHOFF * JAMES CARMAN * HENRICUS HOLTMANN * JIM HORTON * TIM PERKIS* RON KUIVILA * GUNTER KREUTZ * FRANK H. ROTHKAMM * ETHAN I. MILLER * AND GUESTS *
FRIDAY MARCH 23 10:30 p.m. ARTIST TELEVISION ACCESS 992 VALENCIA NEAR 21st STREET SAN FRANCISCO ADMISSION FREE!!!
FOR INFORMATION CALL (415) 333-2790
PROGRAM Part One
TUF STUF ...........by David Anderson & Ron Kuivila
UP-DOWN-V17...........by Jim Horton
CLAW YOUR EYE ...........by James Carman
ACTION AT A DISTANCE...........by John Bischoff, Tim Perkis, & Mark Trayle
BITTERSWEET DREAM ...........by Ethan I. Miller
METROPOLIS ...........by Henricus Holtman
HANDS, FEET, PUSSY, COCK ........... by James Carman
DEATH OF MOTHER NATURE ...........by Gunter Kreutz
DUET FOR TWO CONTINENTS (pieces to be announced)
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DUET FOR TWO CONTINENTS.
Date: saturday, March 24, 11pm. Locations: USA: Phil Deal Performance Gallery. 499 Alabama #113/17th St. San Francisco, CA 94110. [changed to ATA] Germany: Cebit Computer Fair. 3000 Hanover. Coordinators. Dr. Rupert Nieberle, Skalitzerstr. 62, 1000 Berlin 36, (Germany); (030) 618 7765.
Gunter Kreutz, 194 Miramar Ave. SF 94112, San Francisco, (415)333-2790
Sponsored in part by the Technical University of Berlin.
Performers/Musicians/Artists: Dave Anderson, John Bischoff, James Carman, Phil Deal, Jim Horton, Gunter Kreutz, Ron Kuivila, Tim Perkis, Frank H. Rothkamm.
What's happening?: In the first half of the audio/visual performance featuring the individual artists, live music, film, slide projection, etc. at a length of approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour will be given. In the second half of the performance, however, a telecommunication link of two continents via modem/satellite will be made. Images and music will be exchanged between Hannover (Germany) and San Francisco (USA).
The sound events are transmitted as a stream of MIDI information controlling various musical devices. Sound data production and manipulation originating from either side will allow a musical interaction across the ocean.