A multi-room video installation featuring footage and ephemera from the SASSAS Archives, and a reprise of the very first sound. concert at the Schindler House: Rod Poole’s “Voice of the Bowed Guitar”.

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We’re celebrating 20 years of our flagship concert series, sound. on September 27 – 29 with an installation of videos and ephemera from the SASSAS Archives at the MAK Center for Art and Architecture at the Schindler House. The installation features premieres of full length documentation from concerts by Glenn Branca, Kelan Phil Cohran, Extended Organ featuring Mike Kelley, Joseph Jarman, Pauline Oliveros, James Tenney and more. On Sunday the 29th, a closing event will include a performance of Rod Poole’s Voice of the Bowed Guitar, the first work presented at the Schindler House when sound. relocated from San Pedro in 2000.

This event is presented with the support of the City of West Hollywood’s Arts Division.