News: August 1, 2020

Weeks Feel Like Days, Months Feel Like Years will be on view at the Anchorage Museum in Anchorage, Alaska, from August 6th until October 31st. The work will be available as both an audio/video installation at the Museum when the Museum reopens September 1st and on the Museum website for those who can’t make it in person.  Weeks Feel Like Days is a generative sound artwork in which performers are invited to interpret a series of 5 text-based scores responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. The scores were composed to be performed by individuals or groups in isolation, and welcomes performers to reflect on their own experiences during the pandemic. You can learn more about the work and participate in the piece by clicking here.

 

News: May 15, 2020

Weeks Feel Like Days, Months Feel Like Years will debut at One Mile Gallery in Kingston New York for the month of June. Due to the COVID 19 pandemic the work will only be available online and there will be no official opening. Weeks Feel Like Days is a generative sound artwork in which performers are invited to interpret a series of 5 text-based scores responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. The scores were composed to be performed by individuals or groups in isolation, and welcomes performers to reflect on their own experiences during the pandemic. You can learn more about the work and participate in the piece by clicking here.

 

News: Oct 15, 2019

Paul Walde will be performing John Cage’s Lecture on Nothing as scored by Cage biographer Kay Larson on October 25th at 7:00PM at the Phillip T Young Recital Hall, University of Victoria. In addition to Walde, the performance features Alex Jang, Cathy Lewis, Peter Hatch, Daniel Brandes, Laura Brandes, Christopher Butterfield, Laura Jane Scoffield Giffen, Nathan Friedman, Tina M Pearson, Paul Walde, Christine Walde, Hollas Longton, Chris Reiche, Emily Morse, Tiess McKenzie, George Tzanetakis

This is part of a weekend of events around the conference: In The Present Moment, exploring the influence of Buddhism in Contemporary Art organized by the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria.