Asher Tuil & Mike Bullock
presented by crow with no mouth
May 22, 2015
Studio Z: 275 East Fourth Street, Suite 200, St. Paul
$12 door admission
crow with no mouth promotions presents Mike Bullock, a composer, improviser, intermedia artist, and scholar based in Philadelphia, and Asher Tuil, an acoustic and electronic sound artist living and working in Massachusetts. crow with no mouth promotions brings vital, seldom-heard music, electro-acoustic composition, and improvisation to Twin Cities audiences.
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Asher Tuil is an artist living and working in Somerville, Massachusetts. His sound work is composed using recordings of acoustic and electronic instruments, location recordings and found recordings which are combined and processed in various ways.
His work has been published online and on disk by conv, leerraum [ ], mystery sea, the land of, winds measure recordings, and/oar, laboratoire moderne, transparent radiation, term. and homophoni, with upcoming solo and collaborative releases on einzeleinheit, leerraum [ ], gears of sand, room40, taвlem, sourdine and mikroton.
crow with no mouth is particularly pleased to bring Asher to the Twin Cities as he rarely appears in concert; this will be Asher’s first performance since concerts in Zurich and Madrid in 2010, and one concert in Brookline in 2011. This is his Minnesota debut.
Mike Bullock is a composer, improviser, intermedia artist, scholar based in Philadelphia, PA. His modes of work include electroacoustic composition, installation, drawing, and video. Bullock performs across the US and in Europe, collaborating with a huge range of artists including Pauline Oliveros, Christian Wolff, Steve Roden, Bhob Rainey and Greg Kelley of nmperign, Mazen Kerbaj, and Theodore Bikel.
In 2010 he and Linda Aubry Bullock co-founded Shadowselves, a platform for their new media work. Bullock’s music has been released by numerous labels including Intransitive, Important, Winds Measure, Sedimental, Grob, 1.8sec, al Maslakh, and Homophoni. He received a PhD from the Arts Department at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY, and has taught and lectured in the US and Europe on field recording and improvisation.