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Live at Confetti Machine

by Fan Letters

Fan Letters Live at Confetti Machine Festival, performing a raucous multimedia set of electro-mechanical sounds, video and networked music.
Genre: Avant Garde: Sound Sculpture
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1. First Time Caller, Long Time Listener (Live)
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2. Wait, Are You Still Human (Live)
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3. Sniffing You (Live)
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Recorded by David Weinstein for Ridgewood Radio wfmu.org
Confettii Machine Festival curated by Eric Barry Drasin
June 2017 at Outpost Artists Resources, Queens, NY

Fan Letters is an audiovisual collaboration between composer Dylan Neely and multimedia artist Alex Nathanson. Their work combines sound, video, and handmade electronic instruments into playful and thought-provoking interactive multimedia performances. Shows oscillate between noise and chamber music, from experimental cinema to Saturday morning cartoons, and political negotiations to schoolyard games. Their work has been described as “that secret alchemical intersection between music performance, video games, good art, digital animation, multiple screens, and tech,” (Ben Seretan), “remarkable,” (Big Red & Shiny), and “difficult to describe” (Portland Press Herald).

Based in Brooklyn, Fan Letters has played in squats, DIY spaces, museums, and concert halls throughout the US, Canada, and Europe. Notable performances of their work have occurred at the Museum of the Moving Image, Film Society of Lincoln Center, La MaMa, Silent Barn, and Flux Factory; their work has been presented by MATA Interval and Queens New Music Festival, and supported by the Foundation for Contemporary Arts and The Watermill Center.

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