1. “Clots” by Hennies/Odom/O’Neill


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    DVD/audio download coming soon on Weighter Recordings - www.weighterrecordings.com Nick Hennies - percussion, concept Clay Odom - design Sean O’Neill - electronics, design Film document by Raphael Umscheid Audio mastering by Joe Panzner

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    • CLOTS 10 min preview


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      Nick Hennie's percussion, Clay Odom's built environment, with Sean Oneill's electronic music

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      • CLOTS - A medium resolution test


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        Sequences are not set at this point.

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        • Improvised Music: Damon Smith, Sandy Ewen, and Nick Hennies


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          On 07.17.13 as part of DiverseWorks' weekly series DWOW (DiverseWorks on Wednesdays), Damon Smith, Sandy Ewen and Nick Hennies performed live. (Smith on double bass, Ewen on guitar/objects, and Hennies on percussion). This is just a small snippet of that performance. Presented in collaboration with DiverseWorks’ esteemed Artist Board, DWOW (DiverseWorks on Wednesdays) is a weekly series of art activities, performances, screenings, talks, and more. Free on Wednesdays, 6 - 8 pm.

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          • clots-short


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            a quick cut of The Clots installation

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            • Two Ships Passing: Barbara Perea, Mexico City-based curator


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              OCTOBER 4, 2012 The VAC, in collaboration with the art publication "Pastelegram", presents the fall 2012 edition of Two Ships Passing on the topic of sound art. A metaphor for two people who meet for a brief but intense moment, Two Ships Passing is a conversation series that explores pertinent topics within the creative community. For each edition, one speaker is invited and prompted to request the company of a committed colleague, mentor, or perhaps even a new acquaintance, creating a unique pairing for a dialogue. This remarkable event establishes a reactive space where ideas are exchanged and unexpected conclusions reached. Straddling the worlds of contemporary visual art and music, sound art includes diverse practices, from inventive machines, video and film, to performance and other possibilities. Sound art's boundaries are thus amorphous, posing particular complexities to those who wish to display such works or write about the field. These issues will form the basis from which Barbara Perea, this edition’s invitee, will begin her conversation. As her guest, Perea has invited Austin-based percussionist and composer Nick Hennies. Perea is a Mexico City-based curator, critic, and lecturer with a concentration in emerging media, sound, and video art. From 2003 to 2006, she was director of MUCA Roma, a satellite space sponsored by Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. With curator Príamo Lozada, Perea served as artistic co-director of Plataforma Puebla 06 and co-curated the Mexican Pavilion at the 52nd Biennale di Venezia, presenting "Some Things Happen More Often Than All of the Time", a solo exhibition by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer. Perea sat on the selection committee for the Berlin-based FAIR PLAY Video Festival in 2006 and the nomination committee for the Rockefeller Foundation/Tribeca Film Institute’s Media Arts Fellowship in 2008. In 2011, she was part of the curatorial team of Transitio mx, an international electronic art and video festival, and is currently a collaborator with SOMA, an artist-directed forum for contemporary art in Mexico City. During September 2012, Perea was the inaugural resident of the Casa Chuck program in San Antonio. "Pastelegram" is an online and print publication concerned with images and their sources. It is dedicated to contemporary artists, art historians and critics as well as the ideas, images and texts that inform their projects, some historical and others less so. As such, "Pastelegram" provides an international platform for the examination of artistic and historical practice.

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              • Tim Feeney & Nick Hennies Drums: A sample


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                This was a great piece of these two drummers. I only caught the begining of the performance on video so this is just a taste. It was a beautiful memorable long piece. The performance was at Jam in Ithaca, NY

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                • Summer Squash @ Cherrywood Coffeehouse (Wed. 8/10/11)


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                  Members of The Weird Weeds, ripe and in season, performing live @ Cherrywood Coffeehouse, Wednesday, August 10, 2011. (Recorded by me with LG Android.)

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                  • Nick Hennies - Lineal


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                    Music video for part 1 of Nick Hennies' upcoming album "Lineal" to be released in late 2009 by Sentient Recognition Archive (www.srasounds.com). Music and film editing by Nick Hennies. Original 8mm film of the Hennies family circa early 1960s.

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