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Sat, Nov 11

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Toronto

Mixed from the Horse's Mic

ponyHAUS is BACK! And hosting one of our biggest shows to date! Come out to encounter a blend of music, live projections and mixed media art installations!

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Mixed from the Horse's Mic
Mixed from the Horse's Mic

Time & Location

Nov 11, 2023, 7:30 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.

Toronto, 379 Adelaide St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1S5, Canada

About the Event

ponyHAUS is BACK! And hosting one of our biggest shows to date! Come out to encounter a blend of music, live projections and mixed media art installations!

379 Adelaide St W, Toronto, ON 4th Floor: The Bridge 8PM | November 11th $15/PWYC  Featuring the Work of: Ecotone Orchestra Ecotone Orchestra is a trio concerned with making natural music for a natural world. It is composed of Sierra Weston (voice and electronics), Yoshi Maclear Wall (bass and electronics), and Ben Rositsan (saxophone and electronics). They have explored avenues of sound art, electronic and folk-country, thoroughly enjoying every minute of it. They continuously endeavor to dismantle the barriers between performer/audience, creating art equal parts accessible and challenging.

Imogen Clendinning Imogen Clendinning (she/her) is a media artist, researcher and archivist who resides in London ON. Clendinning is currently working to develop DIY solar-powered web servers to hold digital archives for grassroots collectives and artist-run centres. Her found footage video-works have been screened at film festivals, art spaces and performance art events across Ontario.

Escote Luis Hernandez (he/him) is a Toronto-based artist, game, and sound designer. He interrogates legacy hardware systems to reveal their underlying architectures and potential expressive gamut. These rigourous hands-on interventions are utilized to explore synaesthetic environments, extrapolative artifacts, and hallucinogenic spaces.  Malfiore Malfiore is Bailey Duff (guitar, vocals, loops) and Olga Kirgidis (synth, electronics, vocals) delivering dark, lush, and haunting looped melodies and drones.

Emmalia Vash Emmalia Vash (they/them) is a guitarist and multidisciplinary researcher whose work involves live sound technology and critical studies in improvisation. They are always curious about what the sound of various human dynamics makes. Their current question interrogates the meaning of sounding and listening to dynamics of encounter.

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