Noise not Noise: Concert by K.K. Null

Mar 26, 2010

Concert, Performance


Grand Luxe Hall, Western Front


8:00 p.m.


Noise not Noise was a two-day symposium exploring the changing role of noise in culture. Through public lectures, panel discussions, performances, and participatory events, Noise not Noise examined new realms for noise-making and its broader meanings and interpretations across disciplines.

The first day of the symposium closed with a concert by experimental musician K.K. Null. Performing from a table on the stage of the Grand Luxe Hall, his forty-minute set made use of various effects pedals and distorted vocals to explore the outer territories of electronica; balancing intense clashing waves of noise with delicate electro-acoustic ambience.

Null’s concert was also presented in conjunction with the Fake Jazz Festival. 

Video documentation of this event is available upon request.

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