Margins: Works for architecture, bodies, ambient sounds, and reimagined instruments by Yoko Ono, Mark So, Colin Tucker, Ethan Hayden with featured soloist Megan Kyle, and a participatory jam session for audience participants, harp, and electronics by Arrow Fitzgibbon
Null Point’s events re-imagine musical and sonic presentation formats, focusing on works by emerging artists that are neglected by normative arts institutions. Past projects include new site-specific sound works written for presentation in vacant historic industrial sites, thematically-curated concerts focusing on limit situations of performance and audition, and participatory workshop-concerts in working-class neighborhoods. A null point is a location where vector fields (e.g. magnetic fields) have zero strength, where fields cancel each other out: a space for art as sanctuary, as negation, and as an alternative to colonial, neoliberal futures.