In conjunction with the exhibition Album: Cinematheque Tangier, join artist Yto Barrada and special guest DJ /rupture, referred to as “a thoughtful pipeline for music from countless distant and obscure outposts” (New York Times), for an evening filled with the music and movies of North Africa. Cash bar.
New York–based artist DJ /rupture, aka Jace Clayton, uses an interdisciplinary approach to focus on ways that memory, technology, and public space interact, with an emphasis on low-income communities and the Global South. As DJ /rupture, he has performed widely and released several critically acclaimed albums. Working extensively in Morocco, Clayton developed his Sufi Plug Ins art-software project in Casablanca and led a collaborative music project that united Berber and American artists, culminating in a free public concert outside the Cinémathèque de Tanger. He is currently writing a book on music at the dawn of the digital century for Farrar, Straus and Giroux.