Beatie Wolfe: Orange Juice For The Ears
Musical weirdo and visionary (Vice) Beatie Wolfe presents an experiential evening of film, live performance and conversation.
In Oliver Sackss Musicophilia he writes Music can lift us out of depression or move us to tears it is a remedy, a tonic, orange juice for the ear. Taking that as inspiration, Wolfe explores what music can look like in the digital age, asking what has been lost, what can be reclaimed and what remains to be updated and innovated. Following the premiere of a documentary about her work (directed by Ross Harris), Wolfe will perform live and take part in a Q&A.
A singer-songwriter of raw acoustic indie rock that channels Leonard Cohen and Elliott Smith, Wolfe also pioneers new formats for music. Reuniting digital and physical in retro-future ways she has created a theatre in the palm of your hand, a wearable record jacket, the anti-stream from the world's quietest room, and beamed her record into space using the Holmdel Horn Antenna.
This is part of Life Rewired our 2019 season exploring what it means to be human when technology is changing everything.
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