Kinesphere

by James Vitz-Wong

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All sounds improvised live
in Warner Main Space
Oberlin, OH
1am-3am, April 27, 2014
as a performance during the 24-Hour Contact Improv Jam


originally titled Through Which We Move, re-titled 6/24/16

Kinesphere originates from Rudolf Laban's movement theory, Space Harmony. This album's title is derived from the concept as used in Nancy Stark Smith's Contact Improv structure, The Underscore. The kinesphere is everything that the body can reach and connect. In this instance, the kinesphere encompasses not dancers, but instruments and sound worlds.

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released April 27, 2016

James Vitz-Wong - live-processing, bass, vocals, whistling, cover art

Matt Omahan - samples, synths, whistling, beatboxing, piano (5, 7, 9, 11, 12, 15)
Kaeli Mogg - lyric inspiration (9)
Zoe Madonna - vocals, whistling, whispering (10)
Alfie Goodrich - percussion (10)
Isaac Nicholas - unamplified electric guitar (10, 13, 14)
Luke Burns - percussion (15)


live effects processed with Max6
recorded direct from mixer to Tascam DR-100

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James Vitz-Wong Los Angeles, California

James Vitz­-Wong is a multi­disciplinary artist and performer from Seattle, WA, currently residing in Southern California. James holds an MFA in Performance and Composition from CalArts and a BM in Classical Bass Performance and TIMARA from Oberlin Conservatory. Current focuses include audience interactivity and immersion, live digital processing, improvisation, installation, and dance. ... more

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