Teerapat Parnmongkol presents his Roulette commissioned piece, Evidence to Say—a performance in two parts highlighting the artist’s new multimedia collaborative work, featuring the visual art of Akaliko—an artist working in the area of human mind and experience in relation to the ongoing development of technology and environment via video art and experimental animation.
RE : sensory saturation through noise and harmonic resonance from intoxication of wine.
Intermedia group RE, currently comprised of electroacoustic percussionist and sculputure artist Jake Adams, guitarist Maxim Elrod, and Parnmongkol’s voice and sound work, have collaborated on experimental multimedia performance projects, including Rendrgram, D.O.M.E., Zumest, New York Sound Painting Ensemble, Globular Cluster, Tiritee, and WX. Such collaborations have incorporated elements of structured improvisation, large scale sculpture and projection art, experiential audience engagement, and relatable and non relatable narrative landscapes.
Jake Adams: Electroacoustic Percussion, Sculpture Installation
Maxim Elrod: Guitar, Noise, Others
Teerapat Parnmongkol: Voice and Sound
Dry Flower: Expanding imagination through listening meditation, formed along with multi-instrumentalist Chris Foss and Brendan Reilly.
Chris Foss: Bassoon, Shakuhachi and Voice
Brendan Reilly: Upright Bass and found objects
Teerapat Parnmongkol: Oud and Voice
Jake Adams studied music and sculpture at Bennington College graduating in 2001. He works as an animal and plant sculptor for the dioramas at the American Museum of Natural History. His music projects often involve experimental processes, large scale sculpture installations, and audience participation.
Maxim Elrod is an improviser, singe