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Outlaws. Love. Deceit...The libretto holds power and poetry. The music, ranging stylistically from exotic avant-garde to lyrical, fits the subject marvelously.
Art meets engineering in new exhibitions at UCSD March 8, 2013 By Lonnie Burstein Hewitt
West Coast-based Author & Punisher, the long-running, one-man industrial doom project propagated by sound contortionist Tristan Shone, is pleased to announce his fifth and latest creation of au
A little more than a decade since initiating the company, Woodman is now among the youngest self-made billionaires of the 1,426 individuals on the Billionaires List this year.
I didn't like the idea of just pressing play and playing guitar...I wanted more control of the sound live, so I decided to make different types of interfaces of the sound, where the idea was:
Bent car fenders, a broken windshield and a detached steering wheel have been the culmination of a student collaboration overseen by video artist Anna Chiaretta Lavatelli.
I found the script theme for this opera in an Alarma issue from 1986, a sensationalist Mexican tabloid that narrates tragic stories as in the operas”, explained via phone call to
Rubén Ortiz Torres, librettist and video-designer of Long Beach Opera's US Premiere production of Camelia la Tejana - Only the Truth, and Gregorio Luke, noted Mexican and Latin American art exp
UC San Diego Visual Arts Presents Open Studios and the 6th Annual Graduate Student Conference