Performing Arts - Other | December 14 | 7-8 p.m. | Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
Since 2014, software engineer and occasional avant-guitarist Bill Orcutt has been developing an open source computer music program called I Dropped My Phone the Screen Cracked. He has used it to record two LPs, 2016s Cracked Music and 2017s An Account of the Crimes of Peter Thiel and His Subsequent Arrest, Trial and Execution, which Wire magazine described as maddening, hypnotic, and oddly pleasant. At this event, Orcutt presents the premiere of a new algorithmic piece for Cracked entitled The Truth About Tuning. Voicehandler opens the evening with a performance.
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