Sunday, September 10th 7pm -
Miho Hatori is an artist, music producer, vocalist, and improviser. She started her music career in a legendary NYC unit, Cibo Matto, in the mid-'90s, with the conceptual album. Since then, she has played, produced, and collaborated with many (Gorillaz, Beastie Boys, etc.). Her creation style is borderless. After Cibo Matto, she started to play more multimedia performances, using music, sounds, and video installation relating to identity and environmental issues.
Miho is originally from Tokyo but has been working and living in NYC for too many years.
Hisham Akira Bharoocha is a Japanese born multi disciplinary artist based in Brooklyn New York. Bharoocha works in various mediums creating large scale mural paintings, drawings, collage, sound, installation work, and performance. Bharoocha graduated from Rhode Island School of Design in 1998 with a BFA in photography. He has had solo exhibitions in Japan, New York and The Netherlands, not to mention the countless exhibitions his work has been displayed at around the world. Bharoocha is also known for being one of the founding members of the experimental rock group Black Dice (1997-2004) alongside other bands he was a member of such as Pixeltan, Soft Circle, IIII, Boredoms (2007-2015) and currently Kill Alters as well as his latest solo project YOKUBARI. Bharoocha has performed at renowned spaces such as Rockefeller Center, MoMA, MoCA, The Sydney Opera House (Australia), MoMA PS1, Barbican (London) to name a few, organizing large scale performances including up to 100 musicians, mainly drummers performing together.
Bharoocha has organized large scale musical performances with up to 100 musicians performing at once, often focusing around drumming but also including other instrumentation. These performances have happened at renowned spaces such as Rockefeller Center, MoMA, MoCA, The Sydney Opera House (Australia), MoMA PS1, Barbican (London) to name a few.