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2019

April 21, 2019 - 1401 San Jacinto Blvd, Austin, TX

Rainforest Reverb, closing day of Fusebox Festival


2018

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November 31, 2018 - 902 East 5th Street, Austin TX

Rolling Ryot has invited James Connolly (Chicago) to showcase one of his interactive installations at a public wall. The various aspects of the installation was controlled through a webapp


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PSYCHOACOUSTIC CINEMA PERFORMANCE

AS PART OF THE EXTINCTION PROJECT

September 18-23, 2018, a sound installation explored the James Turrell Skyspace, The Color Inside at University of Texas, Austin, Student Activity Center

We continued the Extinction Project by abstracting the notion of "endangered environment". The performance took place in an enclosed space where the natural world and its soundscape are dramatically filtered by walls forming an ellipsoid room. The only visual and audible connection to the outside world is through an unreachable skylight. a

a collaboration with UT Landmarks,

Composers:

Lyman Hardy

Kyle Evans

Neal Johnson



April 16-22. Various location in Austin ending on Earth Day at the Mueller Development, Austin, TX

EXTINCTION PROJECT

4-bike quadraphonic rides with composed sound pieces that address a pressing topic in local or global wildlife habitat ecology. Source material ranged from field recordings to traditional and synthesized musical sources.


Residency of Patrick Mathews-Halmrast

Rolling Ryot was contacted by visual and sound artist Patrick Mathew-Halmrast. He expressed interest in the Ryots' work and suggested he visit Austin on a short-term composition and performance residency on the theme of "water". We accepted the challenge and enjoyed hosting Patrick as we watched him generate three incredible pieces which were performed in a series of both static and rolling events. 

Composers:

Patrick Mathews-Halmrast

Lyman Hardy

Neal Johnson



March 2018, 2nd test run

Extinction Project

We rode into our East Site neighborhood during late afternoon to understand better the limits of our platform.

Composers:

Lyman Hardy

Neal Johnson

 

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