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Microsonic Illuminations - a student performance

by Students of IDIS410 (2015), led by Matt Rogalsky and Kim Renders.

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Performed by students of IDIS410 at Queen's University in Fall 2015. This course (full title "Contemporary Cultural Performance in Practice") was co-taught with Drama faculty member Kim Renders.

The entire class of about 25 animated a one-hour performance piece based on slow movement and change, by performing a collaborative sonic improvisation within a composed structure, using small instruments, noisemakers, voices, and a couple of prerecorded elements.

The photo shown here was taken during dress rehearsal by Drama faculty member Tim Fort, and shows students at a section of a long tablestrewn with a wide range of soundmaking materials. The time counter projection provided cues for different sections of the hour.


released August 24, 2017


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Matt Rogalsky is a sound-based artist who teaches at Queen's University.

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