Expanding the Frame Live
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Expanding the Frame Live

Portraits of artists Lee Noble and Jay Afrisando
Left: Lee Noble. Courtesy the artist. Right: Jay Afrisando. Photo: Kakia Gkoudina.

Two Twin Cities–based artists team up virtually to present a spontaneous, live performance film. Musician and sound artist Jay Afrisando will be in his home studio and interdisciplinary artist Lee Noble will be in the Walker’s McGuire Theater. They meet virtually to create an improvisational digital film in real time.

This free virtual event will begin here at 8 pm (CST) on Friday, February 26.

About the Artists

Lee Noble is a musician, performer, and interdisciplinary artist moving between sound, video, collage, and installation. He received an MFA from Minneapolis College of Art and Design. He is the designer and cofounder of No Kings Record Co., a record label focused on field recordings, ambient, drone, and experimental music, as well as Night Club (along with Emma Beatrez), a transdisciplinary, conceptual art study and activity group.

Jay Afrisando uses sound and other media to share awareness of human-nature-technology relationships and diverse hearing profiles. He employs artistic approaches including (but not limited to) music composition, sound installation, mixed media, participatory work, improvisation, field recording, and everything in-between.