Coppice performs live works for bellows & electronics

Friday, July 13, 2012
7:00 pm

Coppice (Noé Cuéllar & Joseph Kramer) is a Chicago-based duet of bellows and electronics. Since its formation in 2009 they have produced original compositions for stage, fixed media, and performed installation settings, with a focus on refracting previous works, while highlighting certain sonic aspects at the expense of others.

Their work has been praised as “virtuosic listening”, “truly unclassifiable”, and “pleasingly awkward.” Their debut full-length CD “Holes/Tract” has been recently released by Consumer Waste (UK), paired with a limited edition print.

Coppice has appeared at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, The Flea Theater in New York, Spark Festival of Electronic Music and Arts in Minneapolis, McNeill Street Pumping Station New Music Festival in Shreveport, and internationally in Iceland, Sweden and the Netherlands.

Suggested donation of $5 to $7 at the door, CD’s, a 7″ record, and some screen prints available for purchase inside. All donations go to the artists and SHoP’s programming costs and is deeply appreciated!

Visit http://www.futurevessel.com/coppice/

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