Sound Series: Oneohtrix Point Never: Featuring video artist Nate Boyce, with special guest Dutch E Germ

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Thursday May 8, 2014 – 8pm
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General $15
Student $12
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The Warhol welcomes Brooklyn-based artist and electronic music composer, Daniel Lopatin (aka Oneohtrix Point Never) to its entrance space, on a tour supporting his latest release R Plus Seven on Warp Records.  Lopatin has built his live soundscapes at The Museum of Modern Art and Tate Britian, and on this tour, beyond The Warhol, he will perform at the Wexner Center in Columbus and the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit.  Lopatin is often praised for his delicate balance of the experimental and the accessible, particularly reflected in his 2011 release, Replica, built around samples of television commercials; that the New Yorker referred to as “music that gently triggers a series of images and feelings, none of which you can name and all of which seem entirely common.”

Artist and collaborator, Nate Boyce, will provide live visual accompaniment.  Doors open at 7:30pm.

Co-presented with VIA Music & New Media Festival, Media Sponsor: WPTS Radio
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Please note that this event features free parking in the museum's parking lot, located across from the museum building.
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The Warhol welcomes Brooklyn-based artist and electronic music composer, Daniel Lopatin (aka Oneohtrix Point Never) to its entrance space, on a tour supporting his latest release R Plus Seven on Warp Records.  Lopatin has built his live soundscapes at The Museum of Modern Art and Tate Britian, and on this tour, beyond The Warhol, he will perform at the Wexner Center in Columbus and the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit.  Lopatin is often praised for his delicate balance of the experimental and the accessible, particularly reflected in his 2011 release, Replica, built around samples of television commercials; that the New Yorker referred to as “music that gently triggers a series of images and feelings, none of which you can name and all of which seem entirely common.”

Artist and collaborator, Nate Boyce, will provide live visual accompaniment.  Doors open at 7:30pm.

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