EventMarch 20, 2014

‘In Relation To The Universe’: Musician Jaeger Collaborates With Experimental Animators

Experimental electronic songwriter Hil Jaeger (Music BFA 15), aka Jaeger, performs tomorrow (March 20) at 9:30 pm in the Black and White gallery at CalArts. The show, titled in relation to the universe we are all sleeping in the same room, is a collaboration with experimental animator Tempe Hale (Film/Video MFA 14) who creates a “digital world projected onto you.”

In addition to Hale’s projections, the multimedia performance features cinemagraphs (i.e., animated gifs) by Finn Paul (Film/Video MFA 15) and Character Animation faculty Maija Burnett, as well as text by writer Eleza Jaeger. The event also includes a DJ set by David Howe (Music BFA 14), followed by a line-up of VJs and beatmakers.

A description from the Facebook event:

A non-stop set of electronics and voice immersed in pulsing projections echoing out into the cavern of the CalArts Black and White studio.

Jaeger’s song Eating It’s Way In was used in the soundtrack of the quirky millennial comedy Fort Tilden, from directors Sarah-Violet Bliss and Charles Rogers. The film won the narrative feature grand jury prize at this year’s SXSW Film Festival.

Above is a trailer for the concert.

Event Details

in relation to the universe we are all sleeping in the same room

March 20, 9:30 pm
Black and White gallery, CalArts
Free

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