MARK CETILIA at Café Fixe, Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Non-Event Presents
Our April Experimental Coffee House
featuring

MARK CETILIA

Café Fixe
1642 Beacon Street (Washington Square)
Brookline, MA 02445
617-879-2500
8 p.m./$5

Mark Cetilia is a sound/media artist working at the nexus of analogue and digital technologies. Exploring the possibilities of generative systems in art, design, and sound creation, Cetilia’s work is an exercise in carefully controlled chaos. Over the past decade, he has worked to develop idiomatic performance systems utilizing custom hardware and software, manifesting in a rich tapestry of sound and image. Mark is a member of the electroacoustic ensemble Mem1 and the experimental media art group Redux, recipients of a 2006 Creative Capital grant for their Callspace project, a monumental sound installation utilizing cell phone technology to network ambient sound from. He received his MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2008, and is currently pursuing his Ph.D in computer music and multimedia at Brown University. He has taught classes and workshops on sound, video art and programming at the Rhode Island School of Design, Brown University, TELIC Arts Exchange (Los Angeles, CA), and Spullenmannen (Amersfoort, NL).Mark Cetilia is a sound/media artist working at the nexus of analogue and digital technologies. Exploring the possibilities of generative systems in art, design, and sound creation, Cetilia’s work is an exercise in carefully controlled chaos. Over the past decade, he has worked to develop idiomatic performance systems utilizing custom hardware and software, manifesting in a rich tapestry of sound and image. Mark is a member of the electroacoustic ensemble Mem1 and the experimental media art group Redux, recipients of a 2006 Creative Capital grant for their Callspace project, a monumental sound installation utilizing cell phone technology to network ambient sound from. He received his MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2008, and is currently pursuing his Ph.D in computer music and multimedia at Brown University. He has taught classes and workshops on sound, video art and programming at the Rhode Island School of Design, Brown University, TELIC Arts Exchange (Los Angeles, CA), and Spullenmannen (Amersfoort, NL).

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Brookline Commission for the Arts, a local agency supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.