Ever think “Oh that this too too solid flesh would melt, thaw, and resolve itself into a dew…”? Then head on over to Harvard Square TONIGHT for an evening of drone based meditation presented by the Harvard Advocate and let yourself thoroughly liquify.
Delta-6400 (aka Sam Wolk) has put together the second in a series of sound/video sculptures being presented over the course of the fall & winter 2014. The SOUND-BATH will take place at the headquarters of literary/arts journal the Harvard Advocate. It will be a night of pure tone drone featuring a blend of analog modular synthesis, live processing in the Max/MSP dataflow programming language, cassette looping, and other live electronics as well as video projections. It is partly inspired by locations like the La Monte Young/Marian Zazeela Dream House and the Integratron. The sound-bath is meant to be a space for relaxation, meditation, drifting away, entrancement, pure experience, but there is no wrong way to absorb the slow evolution and shaping of ambient pure tones. You are encouraged to bring pillows, cushions, blankets, or sleeping bags, and more importantly, you are encouraged to bliss out.
8PM // All Ages // 21 South Street Cambridge, MA // Free (Optional Donation)