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Welcome to Kinetic Ontology dot com!
Batterie-en-Valise - music for two percussionists and five suitcases
a new project by Eric Farber, featuring Dylan Thurston
Watch our five-part motion-picture, “The Question Concerning Technology”
Here’s the latest FUTURITY news:
–Here’s a link to the American Theater Magazine article, written by Rob Weinert-Kendt
–This NPR interview from March, 2012 explores the found percussion assemblages and hand-cranked “drum machines” that I built for FUTURITY: A Musical by The Lisps (with some help from The American Repertory Theater Scene Shop)
–Here’s an in depth interview from April, 2012 conducted by Philip Bither (curator for performing arts at Walker Art Center, MN) with FUTURITY co-creators César Alvarez, Emily Orling, and myself.
Here’s something super cool:
–We’ve begun getting the music together for a new show entitled, The Universe is a Small Hat. A fully immersive, site-specific experience set within a techno-utopian space colony mission, Small Hat will collaborate with insane game designer Ivan Safrin, and SoHo Repertory Theater Artistic Director Sarah Benson, to develop an immersive world where the audience has complete agency over their own experience – and over the outcome of the entire piece. Much more info to follow…
The Foundry Theater’s Good Person of Szechwan, by Bertolt Brecht
with Drama Desk-nominated
original live music by The Lisps
world premiered at LaMaMa, NYC
The New York Times even seemed to enjoy it.
Here’s a teaser video for Good Person with The Lisps:
World Premiered March and April, 2012 at:
Watch the FUTURITY trailer:
Send me an email sometime: ericfarber at g mail dot com