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June 20, 2011

Interactive performance: Scribe, Send, Sound – Bumbershoot Visual Art Poster

Dear Friends,

Hope all are well. Next week I’m continuing with my series of interactive performances by presenting Scribe Send Sound.
       
Audience members will be invited to send stories, poems and other writing to the band, before and during the show. New compositions will be created based on the messages received. Writers will also be invited to bring laptops and other mobile devices and write. The hope is to provide a space to create. Wi-Fi will be available during concert.

Paul Rucker: Cello, Double Bass
Hans Teuber: Saxophone
Eric Eagle: Drums

June 24th, 2011, 8pm
Chapel Performance Space at Good Shepherd Center
4649 Sunnyside Ave N, 4th Fl, Seattle, WA
Sliding Scale $5-$15, All ages.

Send writings to: {encode="scribesendsound@gmail.com" title="scribesendsound@gmail.com"}

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I’ve been asked to create this year’s Bumbershoot Fine Arts poster, which will also be a graphic musical score. “Sustenance” is a combination of photos and music notation, where the raindrops are musical notes and the clouds are phrase markings used in musical notation. A representation of a three-movement composition, it consists of contrasting parts titled nourishment, endurance and strength. The accompanying musical composition will be available as a free download beginning a week prior to the Festival. I’m honored to be part of this 40-year tradition, which has included some amazing artists.

If you can make it to the show next week, it would be great to see you. I’ll have a more complete update soon.

Many thanks,
Paul

Next project: Bumbershoot/Scratch Sound/Fall Events

Previous project: Video of live performance at Yerba Buena, February 3, 2011

Paul Rucker

Paul Rucker is a visual artist, composer, and musician who combines media, often integrating live performance, sound, original compositions, and visual art. His work is the product of a rich interactive process, through which he investigates community impacts, human rights issues, historical research, and basic human emotions surrounding a subject.

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