“Schuette stages something of a restoration, challenging recent historical developments by creating works of art that address multiple senses simultaneously and thoughtfully, no matter the context.”
Citybeat Cincinnati, May 2012
New electronic music from my stay at Ucross
Space-time Julienne (Part I)
UPCOMING – I’ll be traveling to South Korea at the end of May to present mobile #2 on the NIME festival.
Paul Schuette (b. 1985) is a composer, sound artist and performer with a DMA from the College-Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati. According to Citybeat Cincinnati, he creates “works of art that address multiple senses simultaneously and thoughtfully, no matter the context.” In the concert hall, his music, which is concerned with space and inspired by the visual arts, incorporates unique computer software, handmade electronics, and video. His sound art works range from speaker mobiles after Alexander Calder to interactive circuit drawings. As a performer, Schuette deploys his menagerie of handmade electronic instruments in improvised settings and is a founding member of CiCLOP (Cincinnati Composers Laptop Orchestra Project).
Paul has been a resident artist at the Virginia Center for Creative Arts and the Ucross Foundation in Wyoming. His music has been performed at the NIME Conference in South Korea, Cincinnati Fringe Festival, New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival, Soundcrawl:Nashville, Intermedia Arts Festival (Indianapolis), and the Midwest Composer’s Forum, among others. His art works were recently featured in a solo show at the Semantics gallery in Cincinnati in May 2012.
Origami performs at the Contemporary Arts Center
Saturday, September 14, 2012
Listen to a recording of the performance: