February 9, 2018, 11:00 am: Interview with Rabia Yeaman on KBOO's Digital Divide
September 5, 2017, 4-6pm Antinote Radio Show: iueke and Christi Denton
From iueke: What was supposed to be a structured and well behaved radio show on rinse France, featuring a live set quickly turned into an intense unrehearsed b2b improvised duo with composer and friend Denton - thanks Christi for one hell of a show xx
July 21 and 22, 2017: Unity Gain: VOL 1: A Joint Exhibition of Sonic and VR Art by Open Signal, Portland Community Media Center. Created as a resource for artists and students in our community to publicly experiment with 3-dimensional audio spatialization, Unity Gain allows composers to present work in ways not possible on conventional systems. “Unity Gain: VOL 1” will be the first showcase of this system. At this event, Unity Gain will be configured as an ambisonic half-dome of speakers encompassing audiences in Open Signal’s Studio A for two days, within which eight selected regional artists will present an intriguing array of multi-channel audio compositions and performances.
April 22, 2017, 7:30 PM: Extradition Series. At the Leaven Community Center, 5431 NE 20th Ave, Portland, Oregon 97211. Performing Takehisa Kosugi's +/- (with Jesse Mejia, Matt Carlson, and Branic Howard) and Toshi Ichiyanagi's The Field.
Jan 21, 2017 at 9:00 pm. 3 day at s1. At 4148 NE Hancock St, Portland, Oregon 97212.
Feb 14, 2015: Heather M Perkins and I have an interactive sound installation (using 12 breathalyzers) as part of Darren Orange's month-long "Orange on Blue" exhibit. Derek Ecklund and Roger Hayes also perform. (in the lobby of the Astor Hotel [1421A Commercial Street, Astoria OR] across the street from Ft George Brewery's Festival of the Dark Arts, 5-10pm)
Nov 28, 2014, 7-10pm: LIGHT WASH, an immersive audio-visual installation by Jesse Mejia showing at composition gallery (NW 6th and Everett, Portland, OR) in November. 6 sound artists presented short audio-visual performances utilizing the installation as their instrument. Each artist was given the same limited toolset and developed work and performed by communicating with the installation over WiFi using OSC (Open Sound Control). Performers: Jesse Mejia in collaboration with Lu Yim, Christi Denton, Edward Sharp, Jason Plumb, Alex Norman, and Charles Buckingham
Dusk, February 23, 2014: Recording and projecting fire sounds at Julie Keefe's woodpile burning installation at Caldera, in Sisters Oregon, as part of the February Caldera Open Studios. (Photo by Julie Keefe)
February 12-14, 2014: Five 4 second pieces in Ranjit Bhatnagar's Short Ride in a Fast Chihuahua installation at the Qubit Machine Music Festival. (Flamboyan Theater at Clemente Soto Velez, in Manhattan's Lower East Side)
Jan 18, 2014 at Caldera Arts Center (Hearth Hall) - Theremin building workshop for eastern Oregon high school students.
June 20 - 21, 2013 at Conduit Dance as part of Sea/Port: Danielle Ross, Taka Yamamoto, and I will be showing excerpts from our piece, Together We Fall.
June 19, 2013 at the Seattle International Dance Festival: Danielle Ross, Taka Yamamoto, and I will be showing excerpts from our piece, Together We Fall.
June 6 - 8, 2013 at Performance Works NorthWest, Portland OR: No Exit: A Benefit: San Francisco Choreographer Christine Bonansea brings her thrilling work No Exit to Portland in support of Danielle Ross' latest work, Together We Fall. No Exit and excerpts of Ross' latest collaboration with Dancer Taka Yamamoto and Composer Christi Denton will be performed.
The Loveliest Landscape is a new collaborative piece by choreographer Danielle Ross and I that had its world premiere in July, as part of Conduit's Dance+ series (Conduit is at 918 SW Yamhill Avenue, Suite 401).
July 15 2012, 3pm: Dance Uncovered Artist Talk
July 21-22 2012, 1pm: Summer Intensive Workshop
July 26-28 2012, 8:30pm: Premiere
Dance+ Closing Night Review (Thru - Sean Ongley)
Dance+ Community, Collaboration, and Portland's Dance Renaissance (Portland Mercury)
The Conduit Dance+ festival: Collaborations r Us (Oregon Arts Watch preview)
The weekend buzz: We got hives for Edgar Meyer, Dance+ and JAW (Oregon Arts Watch review)