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NYC Ferry’s South Brooklyn route is temporarily bypassing Governors Island through mid-February due to planned maintenance. During this time, Trust-operated ferries continue to run daily every half hour from 10 South Street in Lower Manhattan. Click here for schedules, tickets, and more info on getting to Governors Island.

NYC Ferry’s South Brooklyn route is temporarily bypassing Governors Island through mid-February due to planned maintenance. During this time, Trust-operated ferries continue to run daily every half hour from 10 South Street in Lower Manhattan. Click here for schedules, tickets, and more info on getting to Governors Island.

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Oct 23, 2021
Colonels Row - Colonels Row - Building 404A

Whis­per­ing Arch­i­pel­ago is a music per­for­mance with a focus on not just pre­sent­ing music out­doors; rather, inte­grat­ing the sound­scapes of Gov­er­nors Island as a per­for­mance ele­ment. This gen­tle and reserved musi­cal per­for­mance will com­ple­ment, har­mo­nize with and enhance the son­ic land­scape of the Island.

Antho­ny Janas Retired Magi­cian. Boat Cap­tain. Sound Artist with a focus on advanced mod­u­lar syn­the­siz­er tech­niques and dig­i­tal­ly processed field record­ings. Mem­ber of mul­ti­me­dia group known as Urbe and sem­i­nal noise/​performance group Pan­icsville. Con­tribut­ing artist for the Mid­west Soci­ety for Acoustic Ecology.Anthony Janas has pre­sent­ed work through­out the Unit­ed States, Mex­i­co and West­ern Europe. Antho­ny Janas work has ranged from sound instal­la­tions on sail­boats to play­ful per­for­mances such as jug­gling cheese­burg­ers. Antho­ny Janas’s work attempts to merge the insti­tu­tion­al and pas­toral moments of human existence.

Aman­da Gutiér­rez Trained and grad­u­at­ed ini­tial­ly as a stage design­er from The Nation­al School of The­ater. Gutiér­rez uses sound and per­for­mance art to inves­ti­gate how these aur­al con­di­tions affect every­day life. She is active­ly advo­cat­ing lis­ten­ing prac­tices while being one of the board of direc­tors of the World Lis­ten­ing Project and cur­rent­ly as the sci­en­tif­ic comitée of the Red Ecología Acús­ti­ca Méx­i­co. She is a Ph.D. stu­dent at Con­cor­dia Uni­ver­si­ty in the HUMA depart­ment and a research assis­tant at labPULSE, the Acts of Lis­ten­ing Lab, and an active mem­ber at the Fem­i­nist Media Stu­dio at Con­cor­dia University.

Jenn Gross­man is a sound/​audiovisual artist and sound design­er based in Brook­lyn, NY. Her work is con­cerned with the psy­cho-spa­tial and expe­ri­en­tial poten­tials of sen­so­ry media, explor­ing dis­placed real­i­ties, staged syn­chronic­i­ty, cycli­cal time, mem­o­ry, dis­ori­en­ta­tion, embod­i­ment, and per­cep­tu­al affect. She’s presented/​performed at fes­ti­vals, muse­ums and con­fer­ences nation­al­ly and inter­na­tion­al­ly such as Black Moun­tain Col­lege & Muse­um, the Muse­um of the Mov­ing Image and the New York Tran­sit Muse­um, along with uncon­ven­tion­al pub­lic loca­tions like the Cen­tral Park tun­nels for Make Music New York and in a cell at Fort Jay for the Gov­er­nor’s Island Art Fair.

Bren­dan Lan­dis is a com­pos­er and per­former based in Queens, NY. His work explores themes of ani­mal folk­lore and sym­bol­ism, music as spir­i­tu­al prac­tice, and con­trast­ing extremes pre­sent­ed as nec­es­sary oppo­sites. In addi­tion to record­ing and per­form­ing music, Bren­dan gives work­shops on lis­ten­ing, singing, impro­vi­sa­tion, and intu­ition. He also writes songs as Anu­ra and Receive, and some­times plays in Teth­ers, Big Hia­tus, and Esther Chlorine

Oct 23, 2021
Colonels Row - Colonels Row - Building 404A