ffff: A Noise Cappella
ffff: A Noise Cappella is a live performance exploring the voice of Iranian women through abstraction of sound and speech. Ava Koohbor asked four of her friends to address their emotions in a sentence for several days, read them, record and send them to her to use in her piece as sound material. Ava uses these as sound materials for the means of solidarity across continents. The recorded voice of these acquaintances will be pulsating in the space along the generated sound of analogue synthesizer. This piece is an experimentation for creating mood by the means of amplification and spatialization. The four f's stand for Freedom, Frequency, Forte, and Feminism.
This event is free and open to the public. Advanced registration is requested.
ffff: A Noise Cappella is co-presented by the Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center, as part of the 26th United States of Asian America Festival (USAAF). For the full calendar of events: https://tinyurl.com/usaaf2023.