Flute and improvisation as part of the band for Jonthan Snipe's and William Hutson's score for the award winning film Room 237.

photo by Ayako Mogi

photo by Ayako Mogi

this moment is not the same. a documentary film by Marion Neumann
Werner Penzel Filmproduktion & jourparjour companysupported by Balzli & Fahrer Filmproduktion GmbH and HFF München
world première at Visions du Réel, Nyon, Switzerlandeuropean première at Crossing Europe film festival, Linz, AustriaEcofilms, Rodos international film festival, GreeceContentores P28 Festival, Lisbon, Portugal 
Cinematheque, Tel Aviv, Israel 

Village Radio Nomade was part of a 6 month curation of experimental works and field recordings. It was broadcast via internet radio and FM transmission, day by day, for 214 days Supported by. It's content was later used as sound design for This Moment is Not the Same and a limited edition compilation for Bavarian National Public Radio. Producer, Curator, Sound Designer, Composer. Sponsored by JourparjourCompany.  Selected for Eternal Tour Festival.

Village Radio Nomade was part of a 6 month curation of experimental works and field recordings. It was broadcast via internet radio and FM transmission, day by day, for 214 days Supported by. It's content was later used as sound design for This Moment is Not the Same and a limited edition compilation for Bavarian National Public Radio. Producer, Curator, Sound Designer, Composer. Sponsored by JourparjourCompany.  Selected for Eternal Tour Festival.

Drawing on the diversity of their musical backgrounds, Brzytwa, Lewis, and Robinson search for the common thread they share as deeply committed improvisers. Collectively the performers have spent time honing their chops with traditional and contemporary classical music, jazz, and electronic music. Together, they have cultivated a beautifully distinctive vocabulary of long tones, rhythmic grooves, tonal lattices, and vibrations of microtonal clashing and resonance. 

Video and Sound installation collaboration with  artist Mariana Lopez.  We actually made a giant costume out of sheep wool and chicken wire and then filmed ourselves chasing a field full of sheep around blindly running because there were no eye holes built into our custom.  We later projected the image onto the wall as part of a larger series of images and live performance.

The Amen Seat 2

Slow Children live at 21 Grand, Oakland, California, May 11, 2006. Slow Children is MaryClare Brzytwa, Konoko Nishi, and Shayna Dunkelman.