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QUO VADIS

Quo Vadis Presents

Glochids -Live
Julia Santoli - Live
Daren Ho - Live
Scy1e - Live
Nurse Betty - Live

For this show Quo Vadis is teaming up with our good friend JR who has specially curated this lineup for us

Glochids [Lime Lodge/Ascetic House]
Glochids is one James Roemer, of Tempe, Arizona; Succulents field researcher, gamelan experimentalist, cross country cyclist, and bricoleur extraordinaire. James plays many instruments and objects, including gamelan (with his band sungsang), a language learning computer replete with old school punch card interface, cactus quills (glochids), street sweeper kalimba, and electronics. His field recorded snapshots of these sounds tend to blur with their backgrounds until focal point becomes the ear of the beholder

Julia Santoli
Julia Santoli is a multi-media artist based in New York. Her work synthesizes image, gesture, and sound while navigating memory and presence—how past experience manifests in the present as ruins, and how these traces transform through mediation to/from the body within the ghost-nature of sound. Her explorations take the form of vocal performance and body-generated audio feedback, sonic installation, video, and prints. She completed her BFA from the School of Visual Arts (Visual and Critical Studies), and has presented performative and visual work throughout New York

Daren Ho
"Daren Ho, famous in New York electronic party circles for being everywhere and wearing all white, is one half of the shop’s (Control) ownership. Ho used to play in experimental rock bands like Raccoo-oo-oon (who were the first release on Woodsist) and put out noise tapes as Driphouse for Night People and Root Strata. He now revels in self-imposed musical obscurity with recordings and performances under his own name, and his yet-to-be-recorded dance project Dariius" - as described by Reed Dunlea for Noisey


Scy1e [Weird Ear Records]
Scy1e (Pr: Sigh-won-ee) is Raub Roy's improvisatory duet between the performer and a host of analog computing synthesizers. Much like his alternate guise, Horaflora (since 2005), which saw a similar artist/instrument dialogue, but with strictly electroacousticdevices (balloons, electric toothbrushes, transducers, drums - (the usual)). The ensuing structures from both projects can be as much a surprise to Roy as to the audience. He, with partner Dianne Lynn, founded Weird Ear Records (2011), a record label reveling in disparate forms of experimental music. Their slogan, “The Weird Ear, The Better,” serves as a guideline to the curatorial themes across all of these projects. Raub is from Western Mass. but has lived in the Bay Area since 2007

Nurse Betty
Nurse Betty is a noise experiment by Dianne Lynn of FootSOS, Homoglochini, Weird Ear Records, and Life Changing Ministry. Born of curiosity for the art of noise and inspired by concepts and processes in life science such as circulation, osmosis, pressure, and release, her modular synths, sequencers, and field recordings culminate a visceral collage of equilibrium and agitation. Nurse Betty is influenced by friends and artists of the Bay Area noise scene. Dianne Lynn, with her partner Raub Roy, founded Weird Ear Records (2011), a record label reveling in disparate forms of experimental music. Their slogan, “The Weird Ear, The Better,” serves as a guideline to the curatorial themes across all of these projects.

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Doors 8pm / 21+
Secret Project Robot / 1186 Broadway, Brooklyn
www.quovadisproductions.com