MUTEK.San Francisco

When
Event has passed (Thu May 2, 2019 - Sun May 5, 2019)
Where
California Academy of Sciences
Time
5:00PM
Cost
$25 - $450
Tags
Music, Festival / Fair

Description

After a successful first year in the Bay Area, MUTEK San Francisco is excited to announce the first wave of artists for our second edition, May 2-5. Committed to the advancement and presentation of groundbreaking works in the audio, art, and digital tech space, get ready for another year of innovative installations, informative conversations, and genre-bending fun.

4-day MUTEK.SF Passports are now on sale! For those who wish to support MUTEK San Francisco’s mission at a higher level, Patron Passports are now available. Both Passports grant access to all MUTEK.SF programs from Thursday, May 2 to Sunday, May 5: A/Visions, Digi Lab, Experience, and Nocturne events. Entry is subject to individual capacity and not guaranteed.

MUTEK.SF Venues:
- California Academy of Sciences
- Herbst Theatre
- 1015 Folsom
- The Midway
- Broadway Studios

CULINARY POP-UP SCHEDULE: All pop-ups consist of two available seatings at 7pm and 9pm respectively and will be hosted at Bite Unite, 600 S Van Ness Ave, San Francisco, CA 94110)

Thursday, May 2
Preston Landers of Naomi Ramen
Naomi is a ramen pop-up inspired by New Nordic cuisine. Think foraged flowers, fermented ingredients, and bold tastes. Led by Preston Landers, Naomi is decidedly not Japanese – but it still evokes the attention to detail and umami you'd expect out of a Tokyo ramenya.

Friday, May 3
Anthony Myint of Mission Chinese
Tingly vs. Numbing: Comparing and contrasting dishes from Mission Chinese Food and it's mutant ninja cousin from Copenhagen

Saturday, May 4
Tracy Goh of Laksa Project
Tracy Goh preaches the gospel of Malaysian laksa in the Bay Area. Born and raised in Kuala Lumpur, Tracy now cooks for private and corporate clients while planning to open her first Malaysian restaurant in San Francisco, Damansara.


MUTEK.SF DIGI LAB SCHEDULE

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Thursday, May 2
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Digi Lab 1 @ California Academy of Sciences, 7-9pm
7pm Envisioning Art in Space w/ SMITH and Loft Orbital
8pm Space as Muse: Looking into the Cosmos for Inspiration w/ Heather D'Angelo (Au Revoir Simone), Craig Dorety, Eva Schlegel
Conversations moderated by Nastia Voynovskaya (KQED)

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Friday, May 3
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Intro to Envelop Workshop, 11am-12pm + Envelop Showcase, 1pm
Envelop SF (Inside the Midway @ 900 Marin St, San Francisco, CA 94124)
Showcase featuring: Christopher Willits, Christina Chatfield, Mark Slee

Digi Lab 2.1 @ RS 94109, 1-3pm
FACT: Against the Clock w/ Kelly Moran and Sepehr
FACT's Against The Clock is a long-running series where music producers are asked to create a track in just 10 minutes, live on camera in their studio. With Against The Clock Lab, FACT places the series in front of an audience and adds a question and answer session, so attendees will be able to not only witness a producer fashion a track from scratch but pick their brain about the process too.

Digi Lab 2.2 @ Astro Studios, 4-6pm
Metapop x MUTEK.SF: Beat Cypher
Watch as local producers create a live beat, loop, or track on the fly using Reactor Blocks. The winner will receive a special gear and prize package care of Native Instruments.

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Saturday, May 4
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Intro to Envelop Workshop, 11am-12pm + Envelop Showcase, 1pm
Envelop SF (Inside the Midway @ 900 Marin St, San Francisco, CA 94124)
Showcase featuring: Christopher Willits, Christina Chatfield, Mark Slee

Digi Lab 3.1 @ Goethe Institut, 2-6pm
2 pm Collaboration and Communication Across Spaces w/ Christopher Jette, Lottie Rippon (dublab/SheSaidSo), moderated by Hannah Silk Champagne (Redeye Distribution)
3pm Lawrence English: In Conversation with John Twells (FACT Mag)
3:45pm Choose Your Own Adventure: Making Your Career as an Independent Artist Today w/ Andrew Jervis (Bandcamp), Eveleyn Malinowski (Experimental Housewife), Up All Night, ecco screen, moderated by John Twells (FACT Mag)
4:35pm Local Challenges: The Trials and Tribulations of the Creator in San Francisco w/ Sohrab (RS 94109), Arushi Jain, and more…, moderated by Chris Zaluda (Surface Tension)
5:15 pm Play Your Part: The Future of Musical Instruments, w/Tenkai Kariya (Zetaohm), CYRNAI (musician), Gina Collecchia (Spacial Inc.), Hugo Paris (Lavender), Will Stockwell (Humble Audio). Moderated by Lance Hill (Vintage Synth Museum)

Digi Lab 3.2 @ 906.World Cultural Center 12-3 pm
immerse(d): Conversation and Music at the Intersection of Health, Bass, and Technology
12pm Low Frequencies: Dimensions of Well Being. An exploration into how deep immersive music and sound can affect our emotional, physical, and mental well-being with Robot Koch, Shiva, and Kode9. Moderated by Co-founder/President of SUBPAC + StudioFeed, John Alexiou
1:20pm Guided meditation in sound w/pre-recording from Daedelus + visuals by Diagraf
1:30pm Network + Experience. Break out, connect and come to ground with bass focused installations
2pm Artist Q&A with West Coast bass legend Ana Sia
2:15pm Live performance by Ana Sia. Audiences can physically experience sound using SUBPAC wearable technology.

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Sunday, May 5
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Intro to Envelop Workshop, 11am-12pm + Envelop Showcase, 1pm
Envelop SF (Inside the Midway @ 900 Marin St, San Francisco, CA 94124)
Showcase featuring: Christopher Willits, Christina Chatfield, Mark Slee

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More Info

Link
https://www.mutek.us/

Location

location
  1. California Academy of Sciences 55 Music Concourse Drive, San Francisco, CA