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Los Solos 12/5 – Electronica & Conceptual Art! Yea!

Friday, 12/5/08, 8:30pm, $6 sug.donation
featuring Japanese Electronica artist and local conceptual artist:


Carriage House, 2225 Hargrove St., Lower Chas. Village

“Listening to Sawako’s “nana” was one of the most beautiful sound experience I’ve had in a long time. (Andrew Deutsch)


SAWAKO (NYC) Sawako is a sound sculptor, a timeline-based artist and a signal alchemist in the urban life environment who understands the value of dynamics and the power of silence. Sawako released her albums from 12k (USA), and/OAR(USA) and Anticipate (USA). She had collaborated with Taylor Deupree, asuna, HYPO, RF, Toshimaru Nakamura, Taku Sugimoto, Andrew Deutsch, Jacob Kirkegaard, Kenneth Kirschner, Radiosonde, among others. Her unique sonic world has been called “post romantic sound” by Boston’s Weekly Dig.

SARADA CONAWAY (Baltimore) Sarada Conaway is an artist and independent curator working in Baltimore MD. Her work focuses on removing boundaries between everyday life and art. Her current body of work is a large-scale collaboration with residents of standard apartment buildings. Ms. Conaway received her BFA from the Tyler College of Art and is recent graduate of the University of Maryland MFA program. For the Los Solos Series she will be presenting a lecture demonstration of some of her conceptual artworks.

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