Photos from a 50-year retrospective of David Rosenboom's music co-produced by ISSUE Project Room and the Whitney Museum of American Art on May 22nd, 23rd, and 24th, 2015. All photos are by renowned performance art photographer, Paula Court, and are Copyright © Paula Court 2015.
From the press release for these events: "Propositional Music is a three-day concert series celebrating fifty years of pioneering work by composer, performer, conductor, author and educator David Rosenboom. In this series, Rosenboom and many longtime collaborators present a selection of his major works of experimental music spanning a half-century, from Continental Divide (1964) through Ringing Minds (2014)." Four programs were presented: 1) Zones of Influence, 2) Advanced Brain-Computer Interfacing in the Arts, 3) Ringing Minds (w/T.Mullen & A.Khalil) & Choose Your Universe, and 4) Continental Divide & How Much Better if Plymouth Rock Had Landed On the Pilgrims. See the full press release, event programs, program notes, biographies of performers, and more at: http://issueprojectroom.org/program/david-rosenboom-propositional-music Special support for these events came from: Yamaha Artist Services, New York, The David Bermant Foundation, InteraXon Inc., Syntrogi Inc., The Richard Seaver Distinguished Chair in Music at California Institute of the Arts, and the Performance Committee of the Whitney Museum of American Art.
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