SnowFlow: Tianna Kennedy and Hannah Marcus (Audio)

Feb 12, 2011
Recorded and webcast live by Sam Sebren and Tom Roe.

On February 12, 2011 at the Full Moon resort in Big Indian, NY, a variety of organizations and individuals interested in creativity and sustainability gathered and collaborated for a weekend of events combining art, music, food from local farms, and outdoor activities like shelter building and snowshoeing, to create a forum to bring attention to peak water and peak foodshed issues. Suzanne Thorpe curated a thought-provoking evening of performances which were recorded and broadcast live by Sam Sebren and Tom Roe for free103point9 and WGXC.

Tianna Kennedy's experiments in transmission began as monthly improvisatory radio broadcasts in Bushwick, Brooklyn and now include performances, installations, sculpture, sound, video, writing and teaching. Though she has worked with many collaborators, Tianna has been particularly grateful to Chad Laird for 18 19 20, Greta Byrum for Aporias 1 & 2, and Tarikh Korula for our Archaeoacoustic Stylus.

Hannah Marcus is a songwriter from New York City. Her upcoming CD, as well as her most recent album "Desert Farmers",were both recorded in Montreal with members of the group Godspeed You Black Emperor and A Silver Mount Zion Memorial Orkestra. Her last two albums, "Black Hole Heaven" and "Desert Farmers", were released on Bar None Records.