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Tuesday, May 13

9:30pm EDT

Acoustica Electronica

Born from an original Together and New England Conservatory collaboration, Acoustica Electronica is back in Boston Tuesday night, May 13th with another dizzying performance to delight and stimulate. Presented by Touch Performance Art and OBERON, Acoustica Electronica is a spellbinding blend of electronic and classical music elements, dance, and circus arts blazing with theatricality; think Cirque du Soleil + rave.

Performers dangle from aerial silks and swing on hoops above the audience’s head while flitting ballerinas and live musicians mix into the truly “spectacular” onslaught.

To wet your lips they offer a special cocktail flight, each drink crafted to match scenes of the show.

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Acoustica Electronica

Presented by Touch Performance Art and OBERON, AcousticaElectronica is a mind-blowing event that blends elements of electronic and classical music, dance, circus arts and immersive theatre with the infectious energy of the contemporary nightclub. Leaders in these industries have... Read More →

Tuesday May 13, 2014 9:30pm - Wednesday May 14, 2014 2:00am EDT
Club Oberon 2 Arrow Street, Cambridge
Wednesday, May 14

7:30pm EDT

A Song for Echo
"A Song for Echo" was produced by Brooklyn-based video and performance artist Julie Nymann (http://julienymann.com/) and includes an original soundtrack by Boston-based electronic music composer Ricardo Donoso (http://ricardodonoso.com/). The exhibition is a fully immersive experience, utilizing the entirety of the Museums 57-foot planetarium dome. 

Nymann produces video and performance works which recite the inherent dualities embodied in folklore and present in all people. She emphasizes the acts of self-attraction, repulsion, intimacy, and distance. Boston-based Donoso produces emotional soundscapes that become "a mirror in which the illusions we hide ourselves behind are dissolved." A Song for Echo’s central character embarks on a spiritual journey through earth and water, attempting to discover herself and her relationship to the elements before nightfall. 

All ages, $15

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Julie Nymann

Julie Nymann’s art practice deals with the interplay of video, sound and still images. Her main current project is a series of videos and installations inspired by the myth of Narcissus. Julie was born in 1987 and grew up in Nærum, Denmark. After graduating in photography from... Read More →
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Ricardo Donoso

Ricardo Donoso is a composer, percussionist, and electronic musician from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, who currently lives in Boston. He is one half of the ever morphing electronic duo Perispirit and also performs solo electronic music under his own name. In addition, he composes music... Read More →

Wednesday May 14, 2014 7:30pm - 10:00pm EDT
Charles Hayden Planetarium 11 Science Park, Boston
Saturday, May 17

6:00pm EDT

Nicky Digital Exhibition Opening Reception
Thomas Young Gallery is pleased to present a look into global festival culture through the lens of Nicky Digital. A resident of New York City, Nicky got his start photographing weekly parties and events at venues across the city. Hailed as the "NYC Nightlife Photography King" he has taken {SMILE}NickyDigital.com on the road as an official event photographer for music festivals around the world.  

This will be Nicky Digital's first solo exhibition in Boston.

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Greg Burdett

A founding member of Boston based art collective Project SF, Burdett founded Thomas Young in the fall of 2012 with a focus on promoting established and up and coming artists of all mediums. As an independent curator he has organized exhibitions at some of Greater Boston's best known... Read More →
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Nicky Digital

Whether it’s the night’s you’ll never forget or the ones you’ll never remember, Nicky Digital’s there to document it all in the city that never…EVER sleeps! Where the ‘stache goes, the fun will always follow! NickyDigital.com is the go-to source for photos of beautiful... Read More →

Saturday May 17, 2014 6:00pm - 8:00pm EDT
Thomas Young Gallery 516 E. 2nd St. Boston, MA 02127
Sunday, May 18

2:00pm EDT

I Dream of Wires Documentary Screening and Discussion
On the closing night of our festival, as part of our film program, we'll be screening I Dream of Wires at the Institute of Contemporary Art. Robert Fantinatto's documentary is billed as a “film about the phenomenal resurgence of the modular synthesizer, exploring the passions, obsessions, and dreams of people who have dedicated part of their lives to this esoteric electronic music machine.” And in many regards, it's the perfect cap to our week-long program, largely because if it wasn't for those above referenced obsessives, there wouldn't be a Together. The sound procured from those machines is the closest thing we have to an auditory calling card. To see that in action, look no further than the fact that one of Fantianatto's featured interviewees will be taking up residence at the Lily Pad upon the conclusion of the screening.

After the screening their will be a discussion on modular synthesizers with Joe Paradiso (MIT), Dr. Richard Boulanger of Berklee and modular synth guru Keith Fullerton Whitman.

All ages, $8 students and ICA members/$12 Get your tickets here.

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Joe Paradiso

Joseph Paradiso is an associate professor in MIT's Program in Media Arts and Sciences. He directs the MIT Media Lab's Responsive Environments Group, which explores how sensor networks augment and mediate human experience, interaction and perception.

Sunday May 18, 2014 2:00pm - 4:30pm EDT
Institute of Contemporary Art 100 Northern Avenue, Boston, MA 02210