Crossfade LAB with Tania Candiani, Guillermo Galindo and Radio Healer
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Crossfade LAB with Tania Candiani, Guillermo Galindo and Radio Healer

Join author and music critic Josh Kun for a conversation with visual artist Tania Candiani and experimental composer Guillermo Galindo. The artists will discuss their cutting-edge experiments in music, sculpture, electronic media, landscape interventions and cultural crossings. Crossfade LAB also features live performances by Guillermo Galindo and the indigenous electro-acoustic collective Radio Healer.

Crossfade LAB is organized with generous support from the Diane & Bruce Halle Foundation and in collaboration with Crescent Ballroom and ASU Art Museum.

Josh Kun is an author, academic, curator and music critic. His research focuses on the arts and politics of cultural connection, with an emphasis on popular music, the cultures of globalization, the US-Mexico border, Los Angeles and Jewish-American musical history.

Tania Candiani is interested in experiments with sound, sculpture and computer science, and is among the most highly respected young artists in Mexico. Known for her ability to make art from the trappings of everyday life and to question traditional ways of seeing, she could be characterized as an artist-anthropologist.

Guillermo Galindo is an experimental composer, sonic architect and performance artist who redefines the conventional boundaries of music and the practice of music composition.