“The New Ear Festival”

Fridman Gallery

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Fridman Gallery presents the inaugural edition of The New Ear Festival
dedicated to sound and performance. This year’s program includes:

Jan. 6 (Wednesday) — Marina Rosenfeld and Ben Vida
Jan. 7 (Thursday) — Byron Westbrook + Stephen Vitiello and Andrea Parkins
Jan. 8 (Friday) — Leila Bordreuil with Peter Evans, Jaimie Branch and Joanna Mattrey
Jan. 9 (Saturday) — Phill Niblock, NY premiere of a new guitar piece with David First + screening of The Movement of Phill Niblock (2015) directed by Maurits Wouters, a documentary portrait of Phill Niblock, made over 5 years in 7 cities. Watch the trailer.
Jan. 10 (Sunday) — Cecilia Lopez, video/sound installation on view 12-8pm
(suggested donation, tickets not required)
Jan. 11 (Monday) — CT-SWaM:: spatial sound works & talks
Jan. 12 (Tuesday) — Kevin Beasley: Listening Room with Taja Cheek, Eli Keszler, Malik Gaines and Yulan Grant
(suggested donation, tickets not required)

The festival MC, art critic in drag Mona Chromatic, will introduce the artists in broader historical context. Mona will showcase her unique blend of whip-smart satire, appreciation of the sublime, and oratory flare.

Buy Tickets
$10 per night (except where otherwise indicated)
$50 festival pass includes admission to all events and complementary wine service.
Advance tickets, available at fridmangallery.com/events, are required to reserve seating.

Cecilia Lopez’s video installation will play each night at 7:30pm.
Performances will begin at 8:00pm.



from January 06, 2016 to January 12, 2016
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