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Year Founded:
1981
Local Leader / Exec. Director:
Chris Cook
Main Address:
724 South 12th street
Omaha, NE 68102
Event:

Live @ LOW END | KIKÙ HIBINO

Chicago-based and Japanese-born sound artist KIKÙ HIBINO produces cross-genre electronic music. From chamber music for media productions to digital micro sound for art installations, he has collaborated internationally with a wide variety of artists and scholars, including Yuge Zhou, Mitsu Salmon, Kawaguchi Takao (Dumb Type), Curtis Roads, Theaster Gates, Mike Weis (Zelienople), and Norma Field. His recent work attempts to deconstruct Chicago House Music through the noise music production approach. The project was funded by DCASE and presented at various locations in Chicago. HIBINO is a 2017 Individual Artist Grant recipient from Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs. He’s an 2021 Outer Ear Artist in Residency at Experimental Sound Studio (ESS.org). HIBINO studied electronic music composition at Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus with Toru Iwatake, Atau Tanaka, and Christopher Penrose, and at University of California at Santa Barbara with Curtis Roads and Karen Tanaka, and holds M.A. in media art and technology. In 2021, HIBINO and his creative partner Gregory Bae launched S/N, an electronic music concert series that focuses on the work by Chicago’s underrepresented BIPOC, female, or gender minorities sound artists.

Event Type: 

FRIENDraising

Where: 

724 S 12th St
Omaha, NE 68102
United States

When: 

July 14, 2022 - 8:00pm to 9:00pm