Live audio visual improvisation with duo B. on December 19, 2018 at Shapeshifters Cinema in Oakland, CA.
Live audio visual improvisation with duo B. on September 26, 2018 at Center for New Music in San Francisco, CA.
In December 2016, Woodman was invited to teach a week long workshop at EnsAD ( Ecole nationale des Ars Decoratifs) in Paris. In the culminating event four different groups of students each performed a live sound and image mix. On the second half of the bill, he collaborated with a colleague from Oakland and three Paris Read more about viDEO sAVant at EnsAD – 2016[…]
Live audio visual improvisation on 07/25/2016 at the Berkeley Arts Festival
Live audio visual improvisation on 06/10/2016 at Modern Makers in Cincinnati, OH
Live cinema audio/visual improvisation Brief excerpts from four 2015 performances San Francisco Cinematheque 4/15 Headlands Center for the Arts 5/15 Spazio Contemporanea, Brescia, Italy 6/15 Micro Mini Cinema, Cincinnati 8/15
Live audio visual improvisation on 12/13/2015 at Shapeshifters Cinema in Oakland, CA.
Live audio visual improvisation on 09/3/2015 at Micro Mini Cinema in Cincinnati.
Live audio visual improvisation with Phi 4 on 06/11/2015 at Spazio Contemporanea, Brescia, Italy.
Live audio visual improvisation on 05/3/2015 at SF Cinematheque, Center 4 New Music, San Francisco.
Documentation of an audio visual improvisation. Performed at Headlands Center for the Arts Spring 2015.
Live cinema audio/visual improvisation Brief excerpts from three recent performances Albright-Knox Art Gallery Lateral Thinking at 21C Museum/Hotel Villa Douce, Riems, France
Performance organized in conjunction with Passages, my one-person show at the Weston Art Gallery in Cincinnati.
Documentation of live performance of the music with cinema accompaniment. Performed by Meitar Ensemble as part of MATA Festival at Roulette in Brooklyn. Shot from an audience member’s cell phone.
The Ubudis Quartet combines Mexican guitarist Omar Tamez with Buffalo-based musicians Steve Baczkowski (saxophones, clarinets, and ethnic woodwinds), Jonathan Golove (electric cello), and John Bacon (percussion).