Love the Clear Dark

Here is the radio teaser that was made for the show that Jennifer Teets curated at Kadist Foundation in 2010.

The piece was performed live with Mark von Schlegell and Jennifer Teets. I will post the full performance soon.

INFO FROM ORIGINAL INVITE:

a project conceived by Jennifer Teets,
following her residency at Kadist Art Foundation

With existing and newly commissioned works by:

DAVID ADAMO, MARK AERIAL WALLER, MARIANA CASTILLO DEBALL, ASLI ÇAVUSOGLU, ALEX CECCHETTI, KATE COSTELLO, FRANCE FICTION, DARIUS MIKSYS, TANIA PEREZ
CORDOVA, MICHAEL PORTNOY, PIETRO ROCCASALVA, ALEX WATERMAN, ROGER WORMS

Writings by Mark von Schlegell

Sir/Madam,

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Dexter Sinister Christmas

Dexter Sinister Christmas
Dexter Sinister Christmas: Solidarity Song (1 of 2)
Dexter Sinister Christmas: Solidarity Song (2 of 2)
Dexter Sinister Christmas: Song of the United Front (1 of 2)
Dexter Sinister Christmas: Song of the United Front (2 of 2)
Dexter Sinister Christmas: All or Nothing

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Robert Ashley, in Memoriam...Estabean Gomez

Prepared and read by Alex Waterman and Will Holder at the Museum of Contemporary Art Barcelona December 10, 2009.

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Angharad Davies and Alex Waterman

Angharad Davies (violin) and Alex Waterman (cello) improvise at Kämmer Klang, 26 May 2009.

Part 1:

Part 2:

Tim Parkinson: Quartet

Plus Minus performs Tim Parkinson's "Quartet".

Vicky Wright, Alex Waterman, Mark Knoop, Tim Parkinson

Performed at the ICA, London on 31 May 2009

Laurence Crane: Come back to the old specimen cabinet John Vigani

Plus Minus performs Laurence Crane's "Come back to the old specimen cabinet John Vigani".

Alex Waterman - cello
Vicky Wright, Tom Pauwels, Matthew Shlomowitz, Laurence Crane, Joanna Bailie
Mark Knoop - auxilliary instruments

The Nightdriver

This is an excerpt from the live performance and installation at Tracy Williams gallery. The recording is a little wandering (quite literally) as Anna Craycroft moves around the space. Some text is lost but the ambience is there.

Anna Craycroft invited me to perform as part of her wonderful show at Tracy Williams gallery.

Here is the text from the press release:

STAGING THE PHENOMENAL CHARACTER
10 January – 31 January 2009
SAT 10 Jan: 2pm. + 4pm. Ohad Meromi WED 21 Jan: 7:30pm. Tara Mateik
WED 14 Jan: 6 - 8pm. Pablo Bronstein SAT 24 Jan: 2:30pm. + 4:30pm. Alex Waterman
SAT 17 Jan: 2pm. + 4pm. Jill Magid WED 28 Jan: 8pm. Felicia Ballos

Installation view: book, transmitter, radio
Alex performing from Tracy's office
Room 1
Anna's rising moon

John White: Cello and Tuba Machine

Fragments from a two-hour performance at Listen/Space, Brooklyn. Performers Alex Waterman and Jay Rozen.

Louange Pour l'Eternité de Jesus

The pianist on this live recording from 1998, is Jacob Greenberg. This was from my senior recital at Oberlin! Jake's mastery on those final chords still blows me away.

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