November 21 at 4:00 p.m. | Draylen Mason Music Studio
Everything is impermanent. Relationships, jobs, and living situations always change in one way or another. BATTERY_CRITICAL explores the inescapable reality of impermanence through the lens of computer technology. This collection of works deals with change, anxiety, and death in a tangible way.
Density512 presents a project featuring percussionist, audio engineer, collective member, and Director of DensitySOUND Jordan Walsh. This production is given as a part of the Electronic Integration Project (EIP), Walsh's ongoing commissioning effort to expand the reach of electronic music in classical settings. BATTERY_CRITICAL will be presented with no audio engineer and no lifeline, just a performer and his laptop.
Elainie Lillios: Time-Lapse
Kirsten Volness: Particle Wave
J. Andrew Smith: Inquietude
Brian Ellis: My Battery is Low and It Is Getting Dark
José G. Martínez: Monologue V
Sunday, November 21, 2021 4pm
Featuring Jordan Walsh, percussion & electronics
Draylen Mason Music Studio, 41 Navasota St. Austin, TX 78702
Tickets $10 and up
Audience members will be seated in pods; if you would like to sit with a friend or loved one, please reserve tickets together.
Density512 will continue to monitor the ongoing COVID-19 situation in Austin, TX. If necessary to the health of our community, this performance will be moved outdoors.
- Date: Sunday, November 21, 2021
- Time: 4:00 p.m.
- Venue: Draylen Mason Music Studio at KMFA
- Website: https://www.density512.org/tickets/batterycritical
- Cost: $10.00 and up
- Phone: 5125274739
- Name: Density512
Since entering Austin’s new music scene in 2016, Density512 has presented numerous performances featuring world premieres and the works of living composers. Throughout that time, Density512 has remained committed to bringing music into Austin’s community spaces including breweries, children’s museums, art galleries, co-working spaces, restaurants, and theaters.
Density512 participated in Fast Forward Austin’s 2018 new music festival, in nine performances of Ragnar Kjartansson’s kinetic sculpture S.S. Hangover at The Contemporary Austin, and as featured performers in the Blanton Museum of Art’s Soundspace series. Other local collaborations have included projects with the Austin Chamber Music Center, Liminal Sound Series, Silent Films Out Loud, and Golden Hornet.
- Address: 41 Navasota Street
- City: Austin
- State: TX
- Zip: 78702