Two evenings showcasing Los Angeles composers who routinely collaborate with visual artists to create sound for films, video, performance, and installations.

Friday, August 26, 2005 Saturday, August 27, 2005
MAK Center for Art and Architecture Schindler House 835 N Kings Rd West Hollywood, CA 90069



  • Michael Webster, known for his work with Sharon Lockhart , Simon Leung, and Joe Sola premiers “Fade on Family” — a song without a singer — with text by Diane Ward;
  • George Lockwood, a long time collaborator of Pat 0′ Neill, presents an improvisation based on a recent trip the pair made to Ireland and inspired by John Cage’s “Roaratorio” featuring Patrick Darcy – uilleann pipes, Des Regan – accordion, Kurt Festinger – sax, Steve Pribyl – uilleann pipes, Kevin Crehan – fiddle and Michelle Crehan – voice.


  • Tom Recchion screens early film and video solo works and collaborations with Janie Geiser, Branda Miller plus a silent film made with John Duncan. Recchion improvises a live score for this rare screening
  • Mark Wheaton, collaborator with the Shrimps, Johanna Went and Martin Kersels creates a live soundtrack for the unique indoor/outdoor environment of the Schindler House.