Welcome to an evening at Fylkingen with performances by Los Angeles-based artist and drummer Corey Fogel and instrument creator and sound artist/composer Amina Hocine.
150SEK (Regular), 100SEK (Student/Member/Unemployed)
Corey Fogel (b. 1977) is a drummer and artist living in Los Angeles, CA. His practice is based in momentary encounters between music and objects, textiles, foods, and other collaborators. Fogel engages the viewer to consider sound as a medium on par with paint and cellulose, a constant in our daily lives. He challenges us to consider the contexts in which we create, store, and understand music performance.
Fogel’s works have been presented at Machine Project, Los Angeles; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Human Resources, Los Angeles; Redling Fine Art, Los Angeles; The Wulf, Los Angeles; The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Oaxaca, REDCAT; Los Angeles; and New Music for Strings Festival: Reykjavik. His performance work was also included in J. Paul Getty Museum’s Pacific Standard Time Performance and Public Art Festival and West of Rome’s Trespass Parade. Corey was awarded The California Community Foundation 2014 Fellowship in Visual Arts. link
Fogel also performs and composes in many rock, jazz, noise, folk, and chamber music capacities. Recent collaborations include: Julia Holter, Tashi Wada, Patty Waters, Abigail Levine, Simone Forti, Raven Chacon, Yoshi Wada, and many more.
Amina Hocine is a composer and instrument creator from Sweden currently pursuing her masters in electro acoustic composition at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm. Her current work is centered around an instrument she has created, called The foghorn organ or The instrument. It’s a compressed air driven organ, built by PVC pipes and various HVAC bits, inspired by the sound of foghorns. Her compositions revolve around narrative, deep listening and timbre, and she draws inspiration from the spiritual sciences.
Photo Corey Fogel: Nuno Bernado