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RESIDENCY #44: FEBRUARY 24-MARCH 27, 2020
DeForrest Brown, Jr. is a New York-based rhythmanalyst, media theorist, and curator.
He is a representative of the Make Techno Black Again charity and campaign, and is one half of Elevator to Mezzanine (E-M) with artist and musician Steven Warwick. He most recently released the black comedy mix tape The Wages of Being Black is Death (PTP) with sound artist Kepla, ahead of their research and performance praxis, Substantia Nigra.
DeForrest’s work is concerned with speculative futures in performative contexts and programmatic intersections of technology and thought. He produces digital audio and extended media as Speaker Music inspired by Rhythmanalysis, a book of essays by urbanist philosopher Henri Lefebvre, as well as considerations of momentum and the
“chronopolitical” from cultural theorist Kodwo Eshun. Speaker Music desires to engineer
affect and sculpt sentiment into a multi-textural sound object in response to rhythmanalytic speculations and curatorial decisions within a given vibrational ontology. Speaker Music is the production of a rhythmic body, quivering the nexus event of the moment into a collapsed “non-pulsed time” toward a shared sphere of intimacy.
Rhythmatic Music for Speakers is a developing programmatic praxis rerouting sound and gesture into sonic paintings via iPad, or further abstractions through live mixing with Ableton. As a matter of staging a closed stereo field, a rhythmanalysis of each performance environment will be factored into the spatial situation of sampled audio alongside techniques for drumming inspired by percussionists such as Rashied Ali, Elvin Jones, and Steve Poindexter. DeForrest lives in New York, NY.
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