JEFF THOMPSON
"Wavering Spruce and 100,000 Blades of Grass"
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Recorded the fall of 2007 while artist-in-residence at the Department of Safety in Anacortes, Washington amongst the ferns and mountains and gray fog. All songs are recorded live (no overdubs) using looped electric guitar, laptop, cymbals, and vocals.
LIVE SHOWS
Friday, August 16, 2008
Performing as part of Rhys Chatham's "Crimson Grail", a piece for 200 electric guitars!
A free part of Lincoln Center's Wordless Music Series

Friday, September 5, 2008
Performance at Hunter College Gallery in Times Square, NYC
Playing live with two other musicians, all improvising at the same time.

BIO

Jeff Thompson is a musician, artist, and teacher living in New York City (Long Island City, to be exact). He makes sculptures, sounds, drawings, installations, records, and furniture. He also is the co-founder and director of the Texas Firehouse, an alternative gallery and performance space in Long Island City.

Jeff has had the pleasure of performing around the US and has exhibited his artwork internationally. Recent performances have been at Hogar Collection in Brooklyn, NY; White Box Gallery in New York, NY; Pianos in New York, NY; and the Department of Safety in Anacortes, WA.

Also...


www.jeffreythompson.org
www.myspace.com/jeffreythompson

SOUNDS

[ performance at Texas Firehouse, light show by a dozen flashlights and the audience, video by Angeles Cossio ]

Listen to excerpts of "Wavering Spruce and 100,000 Blades of Grass"

Track 2 - - The Heater and the Cold Wind
Track 4 - - Tiny Snails - Glitter Stump
Track 6 - - The Wavering Spruce and 100,000 Blades of Grass
Track 7 - - Lamination
PHOTOGRAPHS

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Performance at Texas Firehouse
Photo by Angeles Cossio




Performance at Department of Safety
Photo by Luke Mahan




Performance at Department of Safety
Photo by Luke Mahan




At Elsewhere Artist Collaborative
Photographer unknown (is it you?)




Drawing by me